Do you prefer your movies on DVD? Then I’ve got great news, Good Game is now available on DVD for online purchase!
If you live in the U.S. you can now buy our film from our Square marketplace, where you can also pick up posters, lanyards, and stickers for a limited time AND our amazing soundtrack on CD! A lot of these items are only available in limited quantities, so you should order ASAP.
International customers, we haven’t forgotten about you. You can pick up our DVD from Amazon, and I’m hoping to open up the promo items for sale through a Paypal button soon but in the meantime you can email us if you’re interested in our 11×17 posters or soundtracks.
Now back to work on our collector’s edition!
I’ve also ordered everything I need to start selling them here on the website as well, so look for that coming in a few weeks, I’d say by the end of November!
The Collector’s Edition is also coming along, I’m making some bonus features to go on the DVD, adding some different goodies for people to enjoy. It should be fun, and I’m hoping to at least have that off to the printer by the end of the month as well, but it depends on how a few other things go.
In the meantime, don’t forget you can get a digital download of the film right now, no waiting! Just go to http://bit.ly/buyGGmovie!
First up will be getting them printed for our fabulous Kickstarter backers, then we’ll have some standard DVDs for sale followed (hopefully soon) by the collector’s edition that will feature the soundtrack CDs in the picture, along with director’s commentary and some other special features I’ll be announcing soon.
But in the meantime, don’t forget that you can still watch the movie RIGHT NOW online, through eight different streaming services listed here. We’re also available right now through GOG.com’s new movie service.
DVDs should be ordered very soon, and available hopefully in November for the Standard version!
Do you live in the Washington D.C. area? Then you should be making time in your schedule for Intervention! This fabulous convention focuses on “online creativity” from blogging to webcomics to filmmaking and more. I’ve been hearing great things about it for years from my friends, and I’m so excited to be a part of it this year.
Good Game is going to be screening during the weekend (check the programming schedule for detailed times, they are subject to change) and it will be followed by a director Q&A so you can ask me more about the creative process behind making and distributing the film, or our crowdfunding process, whatever you like.
In addition, I might be popping up at a few other panels and discussions throughout the weekend. So make sure to follow my twitter to know where to learn more about filmmaking and Good Game!
For all of the people who have been anxiously awaiting their chance to see the film, we’ve got a lot more ways for you to see it!
Head on over to our distributor, Devolver Digital, to pick your favorite digital streaming service and get some popcorn!
Plus join us on reddit’s r/Games right now for an Ask Me Anything post with director Mary Ratliff! She’ll be taking questions about the movie, games, esports, and indie filmmaking. Ask away!
Want to get your hands on Good Game? Then download the film right now from VHX! You can get your own digital copy for only $9.95 by visiting http://devolverdigital.vhx.tv/.
We’ve also released the soundtrack to the film!
Featuring 21 tracks by our amazing composer, Robert Ouyang Rusli, the soundtrack is only $5 to get all the great music featured in the film. Head over to Band Camp to purchase it today!
I’m excited to announce that our film is currently available on cable video on demand services, so go to your tv and check it out if you have Comcast/Xfinity, Verizon, Cox, or Frontier. We’re right there under the G’s!
Of course, the film is also still available for download over at VHX as well.
Also, there’s going to be a screening of the film in Washington D.C. coming up in May! On May 7th, we’ll be showing the film at the Wilson Center in the Reagan Building (at the Federal Triangle stop on the orange line) at 4 p.m. The movie will be followed by a Q&A with director Mary Ratliff.
For more information, directions, and to RSVP go to the Wilson Center’s webpage here.
The film will be coming to many more digital platforms in just a matter of days, plus we have other exciting events coming up that we can’t wait to tell you about!