Mega64 (2004– )

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In the not too distant future, a former videogame programmer and mad scientist Dr. Poque grows weary of the world's games. Shunned from society, he invents the most powerful videogame ... See full summary »

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Rocco Botte ...
 Dr. Poque / ... (17 episodes, 2004-2010)
Derrick Acosta ...
 Horatio / ... (17 episodes, 2004-2010)
Shawn Chatfield ...
 Marcus / ... (17 episodes, 2004-2010)
Garrett Hunter ...
 Bystander / ... (8 episodes, 2006-2010)
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In the not too distant future, a former videogame programmer and mad scientist Dr. Poque grows weary of the world's games. Shunned from society, he invents the most powerful videogame console ever created- The Mega64; A machine powerful enough to download old videogames into users' brains, making them embarrassingly real. To prove himself to the reluctant public, he captures ordinary teenagers to beta test the machine 24/7 and document their progress within his secret compound... beneath his apartment building. Lead by the brave duo of Rocko and Derek, this kidnapped crew must endure the digital insanity and learn why video games and the real world should never mix. Written by Rocco Botte

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Exceptional for something independent.
31 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I first discovered Mega 64 when I came upon a link to it on a message-board I have yet to recall. Upon viewing a number of their videos that they had posted on their website, I was instantly hooked: the concept of acting games out in public was something that appealed to me, perhaps because I am both a video game fan and because I had never seen this attempted before. It was that moment that had me decide to buy it. Soon, the big day came, and the DVD arrived. I laughed practically from start to finish at the antics of the characters Dr. Poque, Rocko, Derek, Sean, Horatio, and Marcus. The show itself consists of dialogue that presents shots between a camera displaying the Mega 64 and a camera into Poque's apartment. When a game is being "played," however, the camera showcases this dynamically, occasionally with very fun effects. To be blunt, I would recommend this to virtually anybody; even those who have no concept of video games. (Although it helps to have a vague sense of video games at least.) It is a great way to let two or so hours go by, and well worth the money I paid for it: I still laugh when I watch it.


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