Netflix, the streaming platform of the American company of the same name, addresses this time to video game lovers by announcing the arrival of High Score, a documentary that traces the golden age of video games.
It is from August 19 that gamers or curious people will be able to watch High Score, the Netflix documentary cut into six parts.
How about a docu-series that traces the history of the most famous video games, from their birth to their advent in recent years?
Well that’s perfect, because High Score is coming on August 19th!
– Netflix France (@NetflixFR) August 11, 2020
High Score will retrace the history of video games, focusing in particular on the beginnings of this once-misunderstood art as well as on the renaissance of the media thanks to the arrival of the first industry giants such as SEGA and Nintendo. High Score will also offer interventions from many creators including Naoto Ôshima, the co-creator of the iconic license Sonic The Hedgehog, Nolan Bushnell, the co-founder of Atari, Toru Iwatani, the creator of the timeless Pac-Man or even Howard Scott Warshaw, the programmer of the ET game on the Atari 2600 world famous for its legendary business failure.
Finally, we learn that the documentary will be narrated by Charles Martinet, the voice of Nintendo’s famous mustached plumber.