Worth a Watch: 5 of Your Favorite TV Shows & Movies Retold in 8-Bit Video Game Style

Worth a Watch: 5 of Your Favorite TV Shows & Movies Retold in 8-Bit Video Game Style

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 4, 2016
(Image credit: Tara Bellucci)

Nostalgia for classic video games is stronger than ever—just look at the excitement for the mini NES Classic and Mario's arrival to iPhone. So it's no surprise that when our favorites movies and TV are retold as classic video games, it's extra fun. Check out these five faves, 8-bit style.

All videos are from CineFix on YouTube. As you might expect from a retelling of a story, there are spoilers in these videos.

Stranger Things

One type of '80s nostalgia mixed with another type of '80s nostalgia for a full-on nostalgia fest. Plus, now you know what an 8-bit Eggo looks like.

Star Wars Trilogy

The original three films get condensed into five minutes (and Han shot first).

Ferris Bueller

The greatest skip day in cinema history immortalized in 8-bit.

Titanic

Graphics that bring you back to watching this love story on the two-VHS box set (good thing it's now on Netflix).

Pulp Fiction

It's no surprise that Tarantino's classic is just as violent in video game form.

Check out even more movie remakes on CineFix's YouTube channel.

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