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Tag Archives: 8-bit
There is something about the fun retro feel of 8-bit (or in this case 16-bit) video games. The latest craze is recreating modern movies (or movie trailers) as if they were pixelated video game and the latest target of the … Continue reading
Fresh off of its two Academy Award nominations and last night’s Critics Choice award for Best Action Movie, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is sure to get a boost in DVD sales. But if you don’t want to wait for … Continue reading
Walt Disney World’s digital team has created this great video game trailer for an 8-bit version of the epic battle between Mickey Mouse and Maleficent in Disney’s Hollywood Studios popular night show Fantasmic. If only this was a real game. … Continue reading
Are you a fan of the retro? How about an 8-bit chiptune version of Disney’s Frozen. It’s like playing a video game without the need for quarters. Just like the movie, right?