In this all-encompassing documentary on Nintendo, gaming enthusiast Jay Bartlett hits the open road with best friend Rob McCallum in hopes of buying the 678 official retail-licensed Nintendo games for the Nintendo Entertainment System (1985) in 30 days with no online purchases. Along the way Jay and Rob will discuss Nintendo history, landmark games, box art, music, graphics, game play and more.
The ultimate 8-bit road trip.
Did You Know?
The producer of Nintendo Quest deliberately avoided the exact dollar amount of each purchase to keep the viewer focused on the journey instead of the cost of each game. A genius way to allow the viewer to understand the importance of the hunt versus the cost of the prize. See more
One of the rules for Jay's quest is that he cannot use friends for the journey. Yet the first thing he does it goes to the houses of several friends; it seems like this would be a violation of the rules. See more
Patrick Scott Patterson
For a period of time, Nintendo was a word used to describe video games in general.
Additional interviews play alongside the closing credits. Following the credits, Jay can be seeing a rare game that he acquired. See more
References Viewtiful Joe
Wake Up Sound
Lyrics Written by Joseph Bonasia
Performed by Astoria
Song Composed by Joseph Bonasia See more