2 Player Productions
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2 Player Productions is a video production company based in Portland, Oregon. 2 Player Productions was founded in 2005 by Pawl Owens, Paul Levering, and Asif Siddiky. 2 Player Productions focuses on producing content that shines a light on the culture surrounding video games. They received their first big breakthrough with the 2008 documentary Reformat the Planet and have worked with many mainstream companies such as MTV and Spike.
Reformat the Planet 
Reformat the Planet is a documentary film that premiered in 2008 at the South by Southwest Film Festival film festival about the chiptune music scene. The film stars various artists and highlights certain events in the culture such as Blip Festival.
Penny Arcade: The Series 
Penny Arcade: The Series Is a web show spanning 27 episodes about Penny Arcade and PAX. The first season was aired on Game Trailers and has a positive collective review of 9.1. However, subsequent seasons are produced by Vantage Point Production. Gassalasca said that they stopped doing Penny Arcade: The series for "a number of reasons, but mostly just because we wanted to move on to new projects." 
Uncharted 3 
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In 2010 was hired by game developer Naughty Dog to produce behind the scenes content detailing development for their game Uncharted 3. Currently only part 1 of the behind the scenes content is available for viewing, however according to Naughty Dog the second part will be available in 2011.
Minecraft: The Story of Mojang 
In December 2012, the company released Minecraft: The Story of Mojang, a documentary about the development of the video game Minecraft and its developer, the Swedish game company Mojang. The idea was first shown on February 21, 2011 as a proof of concept video to attempt to raise money to finish the project using Kickstarter. The company's goal was to raise $150,000. This goal was met on March 26, 2011, however people continued to donate so that the final amount raised was $210,297. Depending on the amount donated contributors will have an opportunity to share their personal story in the documentary.
Broken Age 
Broken Age is an upcoming "point-and-click" adventure game to be produced and distributed by Double Fine Productions in the second quarter of 2013 for, at minimum, Microsoft Windows platforms through the Steam digital download services. The game is being developed in conjunction with 2 Player Productions who are documenting the development process and are releasing the footage in regular updates during the production of the game.
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