Watch: Tarantino's 'Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & 2' Made into 8-Bit Cinema Video
by Alex Billington
June 26, 2014
"Do you find me sadistic?" Who can refuse an 8-bit version of Kill Bill? The latest creation from CineFix, masterminds behind many previous 8-bit cinema recreations, have debuted their latest video presenting Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Volumes 1 & 2, the complete cut (first released in 2003/2004), as an 8-bit NES-style video game. The game navigates through various fights and encounters across both movies, and shows The Bride kicking ass with her 8-bit sword. From the moment this starts, the thought that comes to mind is always the same - I really wish I could actually be playing this game on my NES. It looks fun. Enjoy!
From their YouTube: CineFix presents Kill Bill (Both Volumes!) retold via old-school 8-bit - and16 bit - game tech. No quarters or controllers required! Today we present Kill Bill in the form of an 8 bit video game! You get both volumes in one convenient video cartridge, packed with action and awesome finishing moves. 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 Kill Bill?" Any answers? We've previously featured 8-bit cinema videos for The Shining, Finding Nemo, Blade Runner, and Looper.
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Xerxexx on Jun 26, 2014
This starts out looking like a video game and then I don't know what happens... after O-Ren it turns into bad MS Paint backgrounds and animation lifted from other games... it's pretty awful.
Kento on Jun 26, 2014
DAVIDPD on Jun 26, 2014
Those boss battles weren't done fairly.
Matthew on Jun 26, 2014
DesignDifferent on Jun 27, 2014
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