The Dark Knight—as an 8-bit Nintendo Game

The Dark Knight—as an 8-bit Nintendo Game

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Taryn Williford
Jan 16, 2009

No lie, I've still got an old Sega Genesis up and running to play games on. Sure, the XBOX 360 is a fun console to play—and I don't need to tell you about the Wii I don't have that I desperately want—thanks to the many advances in hardware and game graphics that have been developed since then. But every once in awhile, I pop in the Sega and get way more out of playing Marble Madness, in all of it's crappy image quality and piercing bad soundtrack glory, than I do something like Grand Theft Auto. But I kinda wish that my game selection wasn't limited to those manufactured in 1992. Some current material, like maybe the blockbuster-smashing and award-winning The Dark Knight, would be great. But since my dream will never be a reality, I'll have to settle for watching YouTube video simulations (clip after the jump)...

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