History Series / CrashZone

26th Jan '15 8:23:46 PM tenryufan
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: It was released over 6 VHS volumes that were made '''exclusively''' available to schools. The show never got a public home media release, VHS or otherwise, when the second season was made available on iTunes. The only trace of season 1 to be found online is a trailer, though it is hoped that the first season will also eventually be released on iTunes.
14th Mar '14 11:55:07 AM Aiguille
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Five "tech wiz" teenagers: Mike Hansen, Alison "Pi" Renfrey, Rebecca "Bec" Chan, Marcello Di Campili and Abraham "Ram" Foley come upon a secret message on the internet. It leads them to Alexandra Davis, the president of a struggling video game company Catalyst, who is looking for brilliant game testers. Within the first episode, the protagonists all get hired, and soon discover and befriend a quirky artificial intelligence named "Virgil Reality", who from then on frequently serves the role of the show's ComicRelief. A lot of the episode plots revolve around video games, the Internet, and other modern technology.
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Five "tech wiz" teenagers: Mike Hansen, Alison "Pi" Renfrey, Rebecca "Bec" Chan, Marcello Di Campili and Abraham "Ram" Foley come upon a secret message on the internet. It leads them to Alexandra Davis, the president of a struggling video game company Catalyst, who is looking for brilliant game testers. Within the first episode, the protagonists all get hired, and soon discover and befriend a quirky artificial intelligence named "Virgil Reality", who from then on frequently serves the role of the show's ComicRelief.PluckyComicRelief. A lot of the episode plots revolve around video games, the Internet, and other modern technology.
9th Jun '13 3:47:34 AM Korodzik
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Apparently the producer itself ([[{{ACTF}} Australian Children's Television Foundation]]) doesn't have the rights to release the series on DVD. Take a look at the two trailers on YouTube; the comment sections are full of people pining to watch the series again.
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Apparently It was released over 6 VHS volumes that were made '''exclusively''' available to schools. The show never got a public home media release, VHS or otherwise, when the producer itself ([[{{ACTF}} Australian Children's Television Foundation]]) doesn't have second season was made available on iTunes. The only trace of season 1 to be found online is a trailer, though it is hoped that the rights to release the series first season will also eventually be released on DVD. Take a look at the two trailers on YouTube; the comment sections are full of people pining to watch the series again.iTunes.
6th Jun '13 5:35:34 AM editerguy
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Apparently the producer itself (Australian Children's Television Foundation) doesn't have the rights to release the series on DVD. Take a look at the two trailers on YouTube; the comment sections are full of people pining to watch the series again.
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Apparently the producer itself (Australian ([[{{ACTF}} Australian Children's Television Foundation) Foundation]]) doesn't have the rights to release the series on DVD. Take a look at the two trailers on YouTube; the comment sections are full of people pining to watch the series again.
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