Original ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy Re-Imagined As Old-School Video Games
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The celebration of all things Star Wars with the release of The Force Awakens this weekend continues!

As part of their 8-Bit Cinema series, CineFix is taking on the entire original Star Wars trilogy, re-imagining the movies in the same style as old school video games. But instead of doing all three movies all in the same style, the cool thing about this video is that you’ll see various 8-bit and 16-bit games being used as inspiration such as The Legend of Zelda, Mega Man, and more.

You can check out the video of the original Star Wars trilogy re-imagined as a video game below.

If you missed it, you can also see what Star Wars re-imagined an old ’80s anime looks like right here, and you can find all of our Star Wars coverage right here.

You can also find many other things that have been given a video game makeover here at Geeks of Doom, including A Christmas Story, Fight Club, Kill Bill, Finding Nemo, Dr. Horrible, The Twilight Saga, Looper, Community, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax, and last but certainly not least, who can forget the can’t-miss playable video game based on Tommy Wiseau’s The Room!


CineFix presents Star Wars Original Trilogy retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit ;) game tech. No quarters or controllers required!

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

Today we present Star Wars Original Trilogy in the form of an 8 bit 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 Star Wars Original Trilogy? Comment below and suggest the next movie 8-bit Cinema should “gamify”.

[Source: CineFix]

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