Nintendo is just popping up over and over again in the news as of late. First their Nintendo Switch is dominating the gaming market. Then they new Super Nintendo World opened in Universal Studios Japan with impressive, immersive, experiences. Now they have a five-episode documentary about them called Playing with Power: The Nintendo Story launching on Crackle on March 1, 2021.
The new documentary series is written and directed by Jeremy Snead and is executive produced and narrated by Sean Astin.
When the new series releases all five episodes will drop at once so you can watch it in it’s entirety.
Here’s the description from Deadline:
“Playing with Power tells the sprawling story of Nintendo, the secretive Japanese company whose origins date to the 19th century. It features interviews with Wil Wheaton; Alison Haislip; Nintendo of America co-founder Ron Judy; Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell; former Sega of America CEO Tom Kalinske; former Nintendo CEO Reggie Fils-Aimé; and head of Xbox Phil Spencer.”
You can watch on Crackle at the start of next month.
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