All geared up to release in August release, this new docuseries named High Score includes the element of video games and their creators.
High Score: Detailed background
High Score is a Netflix original docu-series that features interviews and segments around the advent and development of video games during the 1980s and 1990s. The show’s intro collection is likewise lively withinside the pixel fashion. It consists of several references to some of the iconic video games, with its theme song by the Australian band Power Charles Martinet narrates the series. He is the voice actor for Super Mario.
Creator France Costral said that he grew up in France but had American friends, and video games allowed him to have a universal language without a cultural barrier. Costral directs the documentary together with William Acks, Sam LaCroix, and Melissa Wood; all of them and Courtney Coupe are also the show’s executive producers.
High Score: Release Date
Netflix docuseries follows the history of video games and records the video games’ journey that pioneered the gaming industry and paved the way for the revolution that it has become. The show will help fans explore the unexplored insights of the gaming industry.
Something that has by no means occurred before. The docuseries will be available exclusively on Netflix from August 19. We have the exclusive trailer right here, and it looks like we will soon have something to binge-watch.
The episodes are short, crisp, and all about the part lived by all, but we never had the opportunity to explore the gaming industry like this. It is said to be well put-together with insightful interviews and an inclusive message. The series also includes interviews of the owners of Sierra Entertainment.
The series will go into the details of the making of some video games, the challenges, and the hurdles, and the ideas and thought process involved. Stay tuned with us for more updates on the latest TV shows/movies.