The production features the participation of Reggie Fils-Aimé and Phil Spencer, among others
Decades ago, many of the mentions in different media only exploited the stigma that weighed on this form of entertainment. Over time, the perception has changed, and now the focus and interest are in how this industry grew up.
Obviously, the great exponents of gaming capture the attention, and one of the most interesting stories in this regard is that of Nintendo, which will soon be told through a docuseries.
THE STORY OF NINTENDO, TOLD IN 5 CHAPTERS
According to information from Deadline, the online and on-demand content platform, Crackle will premiere on March 1 an exclusive docuseries that will address the history of Nintendo, one of the most important companies in the video game industry.
The docuseries, which will be called Playing with Power: The Nintendo Story, was written and directed by Jeremy Snead and narrated by Sean Astin.
Playing with Power: The Nintendo Story will tell the story of Nintendo throughout 5 chapters and will address the origins of the Japanese company, with its beginning in the 19th century and its passage through different businesses until reaching the one that led them to the top, video games.
Likewise, this docuseries will feature the participation of actors such as Wil Wheaton, Alison Haislip, and personalities from the gaming industry, such as Ron Judy, founder of Nintendo of America; Nolan Bushnell, co-founder of Atari, Tom Kalinske, general director of SEGA of America, Reggie Fils-Aimé, Director of Nintendo of America and Phil Spencer, Head of Xbox.