From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years
I am a history buff. I love learning about history. I mean real
history too. None of the attempts to redefine history. I have also been
a part of the video game industry since I was a child. I missed the
first From Bedrooms to Billions movie. I will need to catch up on that
in the future. I am very thankful Family Friendly Gaming was sent a copy
of From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years.
It is fascinating for me to learn about the Amiga. I knew of the system vaguely. It is cool for me to learn of the origins of the computer, and what the landscape was at the time. It was also fascinating to hear of the problems with the Amiga. It is also interesting for me to hear of the ways the Amiga innovated the industry. There are so many things we take for granted these days. Someone had to create them.
It takes 151 minutes to watch From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years. There is another 31 minutes of extras content found on the disc. If your family is into video games, then ya'll will be very interested in watching From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years. The learning opportunity in this well made documentary movie with plenty of comments from a variety of people is exceptional.
The images in From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years are fantastic. There are some violent video game images shown in From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years. There are also some enticement to lust images. I found the language in From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years to be very clean. From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years taught me about demos and video game piracy back in the day.
From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years taught me a variety of things. I did not know about the Atari computers (Atari 400, Atari 800). I did not know about how well the Amiga was received in Europe. I did not know about the PC emulation disk. I come from the consoles background with light computer usage back in the day. From Bedrooms to Billions The Amiga Years taught me a lot of cool things that are historical. I did not know game development continues on the Amiga computer.
Family Friendly Factor: 80%
Publisher: Gracious Films
Rating: 'NR' for Not Rated
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