A young gamer whose life revolves around the culture; one day finds himself pulled into an alternate reality where video games are real life. There he must fight his way across the various video game genres to find his way home.
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Series cast summary:
Brent Black Brent Black ...  Menu 11 episodes, 2013-2014
Petros L. Ioannou ...  Don DeWitt 11 episodes, 2013-2014
Jennifer Polansky ...  Kera Althorn 11 episodes, 2013-2014
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Don DeWitt's whole life revolves around gaming; from the way his room is decorated to his favourite bar called "Loading". One day he finds himself transported into an alternate reality where video games are real life. There he meets the deposed Princess Kera Althorn from a space empire, who travels from video game world to video game world recruiting each world's "Champions" to take back throne in her own world. Together, with Kera and her trusty Menu System, a cocky A.I. super computer who appears as a floating head on a holographic screen. They travel on an adventure that will take them across First Person Shooters, Side-Scrolling Beat 'Em Ups, Platformers, Fantasy RPGs, Space Combat Simulators and the whole spectrum of the video game universe to take back Kera's Empire and help Don find his way home... and his destiny. Written by Leon Films

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What If Your Life Was A Video Game?

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Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi

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UK

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English

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May 2013 (USA) See more »

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The first season was funded via Kickstarter.com in November 2012 just under a year before the initial release on YouTube. See more »

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Spin-off Menu's Vlog (2013) See more »

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3 August 2014 | by desktopproductionsSee all my reviews

Like Captain N: The Game Master if it weren't completely cornball by any standards. My Life as a Video Game is an awesome, well-produced series that I enjoy every moment of. Although the plot can get a bit predictable from time to time, it does so in a way that's humorous, well- written and, above all else, fun to watch. M.E.N.U. (Brent "brentalfloss" Black) does a great job as comic relief and the show's writing, acting and cinematography is top-notch. I'm always excited for a new episode and I can't wait to see where the show goes. This is a concept that has been done before, but never like this and never this well. My Life as a Video Game is definitely a series worth watching.


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