Game Over is a 2003 television film starring Yasmine Bleeth, Walter Koenig, Woody Jeffreys and Dominika Wolski. It incorporates footage originally shot for several video games released by Digital Pictures.
When a super computer is linked to a video game network, the computer programmer who designed the game must enter the virtual reality world of his fantasies and defeat the computer before it causes worldwide chaos.
Doug Abrahams – Mr. Brinkman
Jeremiah Birkett – Winston
Yasmine Bleeth – Jo
Michael Buffer – boxing announcer
Mike Ditka – football coach
Brian Dobson – DJ
Andy Hirsch – Codec
Woody Jeffreys – Steve Hunter
Erin Karpluk – Zoey
Walter Koenig – Drexel's body
Dick Miller – boxing cornerman
France Perras – Synthi
Manny Pretruzzeli – Drexel's voice
Alvin Sanders – Professor Roswell
Vincent Schiavelli – Dr. Hellman
Marek Wiedman – Commander
Dominika Wolski – Elaine Barker
Game Over (originally titled Maximum Surge Movie) was made by combining 65 minutes of original footage with 25 minutes of footage originally filmed for full motion video sequences in five different Digital Pictures games: Maximum Surge (unreleased), Corpse Killer, Prize Fighter, Supreme Warrior, and Quarterback Attack with Mike Ditka. The storyline ties all these games together as being part of a game that the main character, Steve Hunter (played by Jeffreys), has to play in order to save the world.
The real stars of the movie (Woody Jeffreys and Dominika Wolski) are given second billing in favor of the famous personalities who only appear in the game sequences (Koenig, Bleeth, Schiavelli). Since the game footage was taken several years before the movie was filmed, the footage quality is poorer than the rest of the film.