8-bit

8-Bit Pulp Fiction

by Cap'n Carrot on January 9, 2014

in Audio Visual

Pulp Fiction – 8 Bit Cinema

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CineFix’s 8-Bit Cinema offers up their old school NES take on The Hunger Games. Oh, and check back Friday for our review of Catching Fire.

Hunger Games – 8 Bit Cinema

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I would so play this game.

Batman The Dark Knight – 8 Bit Cinema! via Dorkly

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I would totally play this game.

8-bit Cinema: Star Trek in 90 Seconds

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I would play the hell out of an 8-bit Iron Man game built with plenty of Mega Man style.

8-bit Cinema: Iron Man in 60 Seconds

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Artist Drew Wise has a fun collection of 8-bit inspired art.

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Enjoy the The 8-Bit Games!

[via Likecool]

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What happens when you take the cast of Community and digitize them as 8-bit characters and then let them loose upon a computer generated world? A awful lot of fun! Pierce (Chevy Chase) shows up with the study group to meet Gilbert (Giancarlo Esposito), his father’s longtime assistant and executor of his will who informs he before his death Pierce’s father created an old school 8-bit video game for Pierce and seven friends. Whoever wins the game will become the heir to the Hawthorne fortune.

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The mere fact that there’s someone out there who spent the effort to make an 8-bit version to the opening of Zardoz makes us think our old pal Tucker has a kindred spirit out there somewhere. And that makes us very, very afraid.

8bit Zardoz intro

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For those who like their music videos in 8 bits or less here’s UK electro pop group Superpowerless with “We Throw Shapes.”

Superpowerless – We Throw Shapes – Official Music Video

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