Game of Thrones 8-bit video game

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By Inigo del Castillo in Tech on Wednesday 18 September 2013

Heads must roll for the painful and life-changing event that is The Red Wedding. We all know what we want: vengeance. While we wait for the next season of Game of Thrones, we can take justice into our own hands with this 8-bit game by Spanish artist, Abe Alves. Take control of John Snow, Daenerys […]

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8-bit Iron Man, old-school gamer style

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By Annie Churdar in Video on Tuesday 18 June 2013

This 8-bit short is sure to bring you back to the gaming technology of yesteryear. In just 60 seconds, watch the entire Iron Man movie summed up as an old video game by CineFix. I seriously wish they’d make a whole series of these for those long-winded, boring books they make you read in school. I’d […]

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Cut’n’paste mash-up music video for Sky Barstow single

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By Mr. Mindblast in Video on Monday 15 October 2012

Sky Barstow has been working on several brilliant new multi-faceted pieces of electronic music that extensively explores 80s and 90s game music and rides a more wanky soloistic approach to his musical expression. One of them is Ironing to Techno, a little gem that has also been honored a cut’n’paste mash-up music video. This is […]

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8-bit Radiohead: Kid A and OK Computer

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By Low Lai Chow in Video on Tuesday 29 May 2012

Quinton Sung’s 8-bit versions of Radiohead’s Kid A and OK Computer have been circulated and recirculated like crazy around the Internet. No Surprises – sorry, couldn’t resist – there. These take us back to the late 90s AND classic arcade games at the same time.

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Hollerado’s Human 8-bit video for Americanarama

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By Max Mertens in New Music on Wednesday 13 October 2010

Canadian indie rock band Hollerado recite their knowledge of American geography in this human 8-bit music video for their song Americanarama. This one-shot video was directed by the band’s friend, Greg Jardin.

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