Indie Game: The Movie Special Edition - The Albotas Review
I’m a little late on the Special Edition of Indie Game: The Movie, but apparently there’s still a handful of people out there that don’t know this exists. So right off the bat I’m letting it be known: you need to know this exists. It’s really incredible.
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[+] AWESOME
This bad boy’s got 100+ minutes of footage. That’s a generous amount of extra minutes added on to this already superb documentary film.
All extra footage brings even more incredible emotion to Indie Game: The Movie.
We’ve got epilogues for Phil Fish, Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes, a look into Braid’s art with David Hellman, an explanation of Spelunky's level generator, and so much more.
The infamous Phil Fish “hates Japanese games,” footage is shown, including his reaction and side of the story.
Deleted scenes and insider stories are also added.
There’s also some awesome ‘Team Meat Commentary,’ added.
The special edition is only $5 for those who already own the base movie. This is actually advertised as DLC, which may be the first time I’ve heard that term for a movie.
$15 for both the original film and the DLC.
Only $5 for the bonus features by themselves if you have the base app (the original film), or just spend $5 for the special editon by itself.
[-] NOT AWESOME
Eh…there really is none?
I mean, you can see I don’t really have any beefs with this Special Edition version of Indie Game: The Movie. It’s practically the perfect package. If you’ve seen the original movie, I definitely recommend paying the extra money to watch these special features. The 100+ extra minutes of footage make it worth it. Hell, the Team Meat Commentary alone makes this package worth the purchase.

Indie Game: The Movie Special Edition - The Albotas Review


I’m a little late on the Special Edition of Indie Game: The Movie, but apparently there’s still a handful of people out there that don’t know this exists. So right off the bat I’m letting it be known: you need to know this exists. It’s really incredible.

[+] AWESOME

  • This bad boy’s got 100+ minutes of footage. That’s a generous amount of extra minutes added on to this already superb documentary film.
  • All extra footage brings even more incredible emotion to Indie Game: The Movie.
  • We’ve got epilogues for Phil Fish, Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes, a look into Braid’s art with David Hellman, an explanation of Spelunky's level generator, and so much more.
  • The infamous Phil Fishhates Japanese games,” footage is shown, including his reaction and side of the story.
  • Deleted scenes and insider stories are also added.
  • There’s also some awesome ‘Team Meat Commentary,’ added.
  • The special edition is only $5 for those who already own the base movie. This is actually advertised as DLC, which may be the first time I’ve heard that term for a movie.
  • $15 for both the original film and the DLC.
  • Only $5 for the bonus features by themselves if you have the base app (the original film), or just spend $5 for the special editon by itself.

[-] NOT AWESOME

  • Eh…there really is none?

I mean, you can see I don’t really have any beefs with this Special Edition version of Indie Game: The Movie. It’s practically the perfect package. If you’ve seen the original movie, I definitely recommend paying the extra money to watch these special features. The 100+ extra minutes of footage make it worth it. Hell, the Team Meat Commentary alone makes this package worth the purchase.

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