Make Quentin Tarantino Go Insane in Reboot of Spielberg’s 1997 ‘Director’s Chair’ Video Game

Make Quentin Tarantino Go Insane in Reboot of Spielberg’s 1997 ‘Director’s Chair’ Video Game
Steven Spielberg’s 1997 video game “Director’s Chair” has been rebooted and reimagined as a choose-your-own-adventure experience courtesy of game creator and Carnegie-Mellon University lecturer Paolo Pedercini (via NME). The simulation video game was originally created to help aspiring directors get an inside look at the filmmaking process. As Vice explains: “Spielberg teaches you how to direct a feature film. Working with Spielberg, the player would work through problems on set and piece together a story from footage Spielberg shot himself.”

The “Director’s Chair” video game was mostly a bomb, but it did feature a bonkers performance from Quentin Tarantino as part of the pre-recorded footage the player and Spielberg (appearing in the game as himself) would shoot and assemble during the game. That bonkers Tarantino performance is front and center in Pedercini’s reimagined “Director’s Chair,” which takes all of the pre-recorded film clips from the original
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