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Cool Videos: Kill Bill gets the 8-bit game treatment we all want to play

Jun. 24, 2014by:
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Quentin Tarantino's KILL BILL movies are both great homages to classic martial arts films that follow Uma Thurman's Beatrix Kiddo character on her quest for revenge. Who knew that all the blood and mayhem from the KILL BLL movies could crossover to an 8-Bit videogame?

Someone has to start making these into an app or something soon, they’re that awesome. The folks at CineFix have been putting out 8-Bit versions of some great films and today they released the 8-bit KILL BILL we never knew we needed.

Would you want to play some 8-Bit games on your mobile device?

Cinefix alsot put together an 8-bit makeover of MEAN GIRLS which you can watch here.

Extra Tidbit: The sunglasses the Bride takes from Buck at the hospital are the same ones Christian Slater wore in True Romance.
Source: CineFix

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11:33PM on 06/24/2014

Sweet

The game style is like NES' Kung Fu (Atari's Kung Fu Master), with backdrops from Ninja Gaiden and Operation Wolf (?) or maybe Platoon (?).
Fun times.
The game style is like NES' Kung Fu (Atari's Kung Fu Master), with backdrops from Ninja Gaiden and Operation Wolf (?) or maybe Platoon (?).
Fun times.
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9:59PM on 06/24/2014
That was awesome in so many fuckin ways. I wish Quentin could see this.
That was awesome in so many fuckin ways. I wish Quentin could see this.
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9:36PM on 06/24/2014
That looks impressively close to what a Kill Bill tie-in video game would have looked like back in the day.
That looks impressively close to what a Kill Bill tie-in video game would have looked like back in the day.
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