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Video Game Documentary- CHASING GHOSTS (2006)

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The 2006 documentary catching up 25+ years later with former arcade greats.

Song
Space Station #5
Artist
Montrose
Album
Montrose
Licensed to YouTube by
WMG (on behalf of Rhino Warner); CMRRA, ARESA, PEDL, Warner Chappell, UBEM, Rumblefish (Publishing), and 11 Music Rights Societies
Song
Space Age Love Song
Artist
A Flock Of Seagulls
Album
The Best Of
Licensed to YouTube by
SME (on behalf of Jive); ASCAP, UMPG Publishing, UBEM, UMPI, CMRRA, and 8 Music Rights Societies

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20 Comments

  1. An alternate title for this could have been Autism & Egos.

  2. Actually hearing all that makes feel a bit bad for Todd like no one deserves all that or to be in a abusive relationship so I kind of understand why he did what he did its all he really had

  3. Wtf Arnold made his fortune from being a drug dealer and stripper lol no when he first came to America one of his first companies was to hire a bunch of body builder friends to do like how renovations and brick layer and did it all cheaper and because they were abunch of sexy body builders alot of house wives hired them

  4. When that guy shows the painting and says prepare yourself… I wasn't prepared.

  5. Watching this in 2021 with all the allegations against Billy and Todd makes them look like even more asses. Roy was right all along.

  6. That pacman award isn't for what he says it is either such a looser

  7. I hate how Billy thinks he is the man and the best cause he got the highest score first well you didn't do it first someone else did it before you did and theirs a Polaroid to prove it

  8. This is awesome. Thanks for sharing

  9. people: walter get in the photo
    walter: no, no, when we all get exposed for lying and cheating people out of scores i dont want to be in the pic.

  10. Now Walter is part of twin cities suing him and bulky Mitchell for fraud and racketeering lol

  11. Roy Schildt is the most self aware person in any of these documentaries. It’s a shame he seemingly isn’t well liked. I believe every works that comes out of his mouth. The others not so much.

  12. This was absolutely depressing… Pretty much a without redemption story. Listening to that one dude's music or even worse, the room with that other dudes sleeps on the floor with his thrift store fans… I was hoping for a dose of arcade nostalgia oh well

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