Watch Novelist Ernest Cline Wax Nostalgic About Capcom's 'Black Tiger'

"It's like a childhood fantasy to have Black Tiger set to free play inside my house."

For me, that would be either the T2 pinball game or Tekken 5, but that's neither here nor there. Cline is featured here in a scene from the documentary Video Games: The Movie talking about his experience with the classic Capcom side-scrolling dungeon crawler. He goes on to talk about how gaming has acted as a release for him in the past while firing up his own arcade machine during the interview.

Cline is the novelist behind Ready Player One and he's also responsible for the screenplay of Fanboys.

Video Games: The Movie is currently in the last couple of days of its Indiegogo campaign, and if it looks like something you might want to support, you should do so before time runs out.

[Source: Capcom-Unity]

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