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From Bedrooms To Billions: The Amiga Years Patch

From Bedrooms To Billions: The Amiga Years Patch


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From Bedrooms to Billions: The Amiga Years! is a feature film documentary that explores the influence of the Commodore Amiga and how it influenced a generation of developers to take video game development, music and publishing to a whole new level which then changed the video game industry forever!

This film, which is the sequel to the acclaimed 'From Bedrooms to Billions' (2014) looks at the creation of the now legendary Commodore Amiga a remarkable and very personal tale told by the surviving team members themselves. The film then goes onto explore how once released in 1985 the Commodore Amiga helped evolve the video games industry as a whole new set of games and experiences were possible thanks to its incredible custom hardware. Many of these styles of games, music and demos as well as development techniques honed during the Amiga era are still present in the video games industry we know today.

Interviews include the creators of Populous, The Secret of Monkey Island, Sensible World of Soccer, Defender of the Crown, Syndicate, Alien Breed, Wings, Shadow of the Beast, Turrican II, The First Samurai, Another World, Flashback and many many others this film will be of great interest to anyone who enjoys either games or the history of the quite remarkable video games industry. b4d347fde0



Title: From Bedrooms to Billions: The Amiga Years
Production:
Gracious Films L:td
Distributor:
Gracious Films Ltd
Release Date: 19 May, 2016
Country: United Kingdom
Video Resolution: 1080p(5.7GB)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio: Stereo
Running Time: 151 minutes


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 or AMD equivalent
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Network Bandwidth of 5Mbps for 540p, 3Mbps for 360p.

English,French,Italian,German




Important:
Be aware that the streaming quality of Steam regarging videos is sometimes slow - at least here in Germany. This might prohibit you enyoing this video.

In my case it was stuttering on Saturday in the morning and evening. On Sunday evening it worked again. All other video and streaming services worked very well the whole time period. If you are a patient person you can buy it here but otherwise buy it elsewhere e.g. as DVD on the creators web site.

The movie itself has a good quality. You can see that they spend a lot of work interviewing people and investigating facts. Some old advertisings and TV interviews are also shown.. After watching the first documentary "From Bedrooms to Billions" and enjoying it I was pleasantly surprised to find this on Steam. I bought it and was not disappointed.

Apparently I'm one of the few people in North America who proceeded to buy an Amiga 1000 as a natural upgrade from my C64. And, then, enjoyed it and my later Amiga 500 through out the rest of the 80s into the early 90s. Especially since most American's went from 8-bit computing over to the NES and later the 16-bit NES and Sega Genesis. The Amiga did a lot better in Europe and England. I am envious of them in that respect.

This video is pure nostalgia as I immensely enjoyed my time with the Amiga. I played everything from "Defender of the Crown" to the Monkey Island games and a lot of games in between.

For somebody like me this documentary scratches all the itches even though the history of Amiga and the rise and fall of Commodore is all over the Internet. It was nice to see the interviews. The documentary as a whole was put together well.

I am really hoping for more from these guys.

I think anybody who enjoys retro computing and retro gaming will find this documetary well worth their time. To think of what the Amiga could have been if it were in the hands of a more competent company.. An easy recommendation for everyone interested in the subject matter, the many (mostly) interesting recent interviews sprinkled with old footage don't provide groundbreaking new information but hearing those stories from the Amiga guys themselves adds a lot, their enthusiasm is still palpatable after all these years. We learn of the beginnings, how Commodore came into the picture, how hardware development was done in the 80s (spoiler: whiteboards), what did and didn't work marketing-wise, why the Amiga was such a big step forward and why it got received differently in Europe vs the USA. Even the demo scene gets a dedicated chapter which is commendable as they often get thrown together with common software pirates, dimishing the scene's longterm importance not only for the Amiga itself but for the gaming industy as a whole.

Only thing I found disappointing was that later Amiga models beyond the 500\/2000 didn't get covered at all, neither did Commodore's downfall. At least the A1200 and 4000 would've deserved a few minutes while some of the 'Amiga changed my life' talk towards the end could've been cut and so despite much ground getting covered the docu still feels somewhat incomplete. Only a minor nitpick though, overall there's plenty to love in here and the bonus material I've watched so far is good too.. Interesting!. An easy recommendation for everyone interested in the subject matter, the many (mostly) interesting recent interviews sprinkled with old footage don't provide groundbreaking new information but hearing those stories from the Amiga guys themselves adds a lot, their enthusiasm is still palpatable after all these years. We learn of the beginnings, how Commodore came into the picture, how hardware development was done in the 80s (spoiler: whiteboards), what did and didn't work marketing-wise, why the Amiga was such a big step forward and why it got received differently in Europe vs the USA. Even the demo scene gets a dedicated chapter which is commendable as they often get thrown together with common software pirates, dimishing the scene's longterm importance not only for the Amiga itself but for the gaming industy as a whole.

Only thing I found disappointing was that later Amiga models beyond the 500\/2000 didn't get covered at all, neither did Commodore's downfall. At least the A1200 and 4000 would've deserved a few minutes while some of the 'Amiga changed my life' talk towards the end could've been cut and so despite much ground getting covered the docu still feels somewhat incomplete. Only a minor nitpick though, overall there's plenty to love in here and the bonus material I've watched so far is good too.. Very detailed and interesting documentary. Recommended if you loved the Amiga... even if you read the books by Bagnall or Mayer.

Note: In memory of Dave Needle.



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