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Chasing the Edge (2004)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Short
Two video game enthusiasts travel to the 2003 Electronic Entertainment Expo in order to investigate the state of the games industry and explore the perceived notions of gaming as an adult hobby and developing art form.


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Credited cast:
Colin Creasy ...
Richard Garriott ...
Jeremy Van Doren ...
Himself / Narrator


Jeremy and Colin, two friends and fellow video game addicts, fulfill their longtime dream of visiting the Electronic Entertainment Expo; and in the process question the legitimacy of the medium as an appropriate adult pastime, as well as highlighting the recent growth and financial success of the game industry. Written by Jeremy Van Doren

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Two guys cross the country to play video games... Oh, and they made this film.


Documentary | Short


Not Rated




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An interview with TechTV host Adam Sessler was rendered unusable due to technical difficulties, although the title of the film was inspired by his interview. See more »

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She calls up her friends, they are aware...
17 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Adam Sessler has awesome hair.

(and so does this movie.)

If you've ever wanted to visit E3, but aren't a member of the prestigious gaming press, this is your chance. You'll rub elbows with the industry's finest, from the scandalous Morgan Webb to the even more scandalous Gary Coleman. Although, with Sir Coleman it's more of an elbow to head rubbing affair, unless you bring some sort of a step ladder.

Truly, this is an electronic gaming thrill ride of epic Tron proportions - and at the height of this virtual roller coaster is Richard Garriot babbling about something terribly intellectual. I dunno, I fast forwarded to the part where the gangly guy is handing out seeds to promote Natsume's latest farming simulator.

In the end, this is all about farming. Game developers nurturing their creations until they blossom into a delicious fruit, bigger and juicier than the annual farm show has ever seen. Now more than ever, the fields of the industry are yielding ripe, genetically engineered mutant fruits, and gamers consume them at a rapidly increasing pace.

Indeed, it's an exciting time to play video games, and this movie is my fertile crescent.

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