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Writer-director Robert McCallum has been busy putting the finishing touches on his latest film “Nintendo Quest”. The documentary chronicles video game enthusiast Jay Bartlett as he attempts to collect all 678 original retail-NES games in 30 days without using the Internet. While the film has already been fully funded, this new campaign is geared towards giving fans the opportunity to get a physical copy of the film.
Check out some highlights below:
The upcoming Kickstarter launches Today, and runs for 30 days and
will showcase a brand new trailer offering a greater look at the polished film.
Here are some of the noteworthy rewards available:
• A Chance to Host an Advanced Screening of the Nintendo Quest
• Special Edition DVD and Blu-Ray with Extra Content
• An Expanded Soundtrack of Original 8-bit Music
• NES-replica Boxes, Cartridges, and Disc Bundle