For the latest installment of their “8-Bit Cinema” series, CineFix has turned the holiday classic Home Alone into an 8-bit video game.
The game version of the movie is heavily inspired by The Legend of Zelda, with a bit of other games like Super Mario Bros. used for certain areas like the scary basement. Click on over to the other side now to check out the video.
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.
The latest movie to be transformed into the style of an 8-bit video game is, quite fittingly, the holiday classic A Christmas Story.
CineFix gave the movie its 8-bit makeover for their 8-Bit Cinema series, jamming most of the many memorable scenes into just a few minutes. If interested, you can click on over to the other side now to check out the video.
Another popular movie is getting the 8-bit video game makeover treatment.
This time around it’s Kill Bill, director Quentin Tarantino‘s tale of bloody vengeance. The video comes from CineFix, whose past 8-bit makeovers include the likes of Fight Club, Finding Nemo, and others.
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While the classic movie Fight Club from David Fincher and starring Brad Pitt and Edward Norton may have received a lackluster video game translation for the PlayStation 2 and original XBox back in 2004, this is the “video game” version you have been waiting for… full-on 16-bit side-scrolling button-mashing action! Check out the video below.
The most excellent minds behind the YouTube series 8-Bit Cinema have retold the basic storyline of Fight Club using mostly 16-bit generation graphics and game elements with huge success here. Veteran gamers will most likely recognize the foundational elements of the fighting “gameplay” being pulled from the Genesis series Streets of Rage and what might be Final Fight or Fatal Fury. Special kudos for incorporating bonus rounds featuring a sliding penguin and having to catch bags of liposuctioned fat.