8bit Cinema Parade

>CineFix presents The Matrix retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit ;) game tech. No quarters or controllers required! Subscribe to CineFix – http://goo.gl/9AGRm

Sev7n according to 8Bit Cinefix

Published on Aug 5, 2014

Seven Deadly Sins, Seven Ways to Die… Or is that Seven boss fights?? CineFix presents Se7en, retold via old-school 8-bit (Ok, 16 bit ;) game tech. No quarters or controllers required! Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm

8-bit Cinema “gamifies” your favorite Hollywood Blockbusters into 80’s arcade and NES inspired action!

Today we present Se7en in the form of an old school mystery quest video game!

8 Bit a.k.a. the third generation of gaming started in 1983 with the Japanese release of the Nintendo Family Computer and Sega. Can you guess what games inspired our 8-bit version of Se7en? Comment below and suggest the next movie 8-bit Cinema should “gamify”.

>CineFix presents Kill Bill (Both Volumes!) retold via old-school 8-bit – and16 bit ;) – game tech. No quarters or controllers required! Subscribe to CineFix – http://goo.gl/9AGRm

8-bit Cinema “gamifies” your favorite Hollywood Blockbusters into 80’s arcade and NES inspired action!

Today we present Kill Bill in the form of an 8 bit video game!

You get both volumes in one convenient video cartridge, packed with action and awesome finishing moves.

8 Bit a.k.a. the third generation of gaming started in 1983 with the Japanese release of the Nintendo Family Computer and Sega. Can you guess what games inspired our 8-bit version of Kill Bill? Comment below and suggest the next movie 8-bit Cinema should “gamify”.

Watch more 8-bit Cinema here: http://goo.gl/kOxFJ

-CineFix presents Old movie Classics retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit ;) game tech. No quarters or controllers required! Subscribe to CineFix – http://goo.gl/9AGRm

8-bit Cinema “gamifies” your favorite Hollywood Blockbusters into 80’s arcade and NES inspired action!

We present Pulp Fiction and A Clockwork’s Orange in the form of an 8 bit video game!

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8 Bit a.k.a. the third generation of gaming started in 1983 with the Japanese release of the Nintendo Family Computer and Sega. Can you guess what games inspired our 8-bit version of Pulp Fiction? Comment below and suggest the next movie 8-bit Cinema should “gamify”.

Watch more 8-bit Cinema here: http://goo.gl/kOxFJ

Comment below and tell us what film, movie, tv show you would like to see gamified.

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8bit Cinema Parade

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