Press Start Adventures is coming to DVD!

Press Start Adventures comes to DVD 2-10-2012!

Exciting news for gamers and fans of cut and paste animation everywhere:  Press Start Adventures will be for sale on DVD February 10th at!

For those who don’t know, PSA is the companion web series to the films Press Start and Press Start 2 Continue which spoof the world of gaming from the industry to the characters to the many different kinds of players and the genres which they enjoy.

To mark the occassion, I’d like to invite Press Start Fans of all kinds to post any questions they might have about all things Press Start.  Want to know more about how the Press Start movies and cartoons were conceptualized and created?  Have burning questions about Count Vile’s childhood?  Are you obsessed with finding out Lin-Ku’s middle name?  Now’s your chance.

Post any Press Start or Press Start related questions you might have in the comments below, on my Facebook page, on the Dark Maze Facebook page, or at the official Dark Maze blog and I’ll address them in a Q&A blog in February.

For the full story on Press Start Adventure’s DVD release and a look at the trailer, visit!

About kmfollia

Kevin M. Folliard is a Chicagoland fiction writer who has worked on the "Press Start" series of films and webcartoons. His published fiction includes the scary stories collection "Christmas Terror Tales" and the dark fantasy novel "Jake Carter & the Nightmare Gallery."
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5 Responses to Press Start Adventures is coming to DVD!

  1. Dennis vd Voort says:

    Great show, great writing. I’ll be one buying the DVD.

    Now, on to the questions!

    1. Which character is most fun to write for?

    2. Who rules hell now? Skippie?

    3. Will there be another season? (obligatory)

    4. Name your favorite episode. (Mine is episode 2)

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  5. Is there a particular video-game archetype you felt you didn’t get a chance to cover in the series?

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