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  • Blog Post: "Say Hello To My Leeetle 8-Bit Film Parody!"

    Cineflix has turned the classic Al Pacino gangster film Scarface into an 8-bit beat 'em up. The clip reimagines the gritty 1983 classic – itself one of the key influences behind Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – as a Double Dragon-style, side-scrolling 2D action game, only... More
  • Blog Post: Atari Founder Says Nintendo Could Be On A "Path To Irrelevance"

    Nintendo's latest console, the Wii U, hasn't fared well on store shelves, and a lot of gaming enthusiasts seem more focused on the upcoming Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but does that mean Nintendo could soon be irrelevant? Industry luminary, Nolan Bushnell thinks so. In an interview with the BBC... More
  • Blog Post: Breaking Down The Money Behind Retro Technology

    Did you know that the original Atari 2600 system retailed for $199, but that's around $766 if you factor in inflation? Or that the original Gameboy has sold over 119 million units? Or that Sega's Gamegear wasn't worth the money that people paid for it? Learn a bunch of interesting facts in... More
  • Blog Post: Universal Music Shuts Down Pixel Force: DJ Hero

    Sadly, it looks like Eric Ruth Games' recently released 8-bit inspired remake of DJ Hero, entitled Pixel Force: DJ Hero, has been taken down. This news comes from Eric Ruth's Twitter account, where the indie developer writes: " Pixel Force: DJ Hero has been removed due to a C&D [cease... More
  • Blog Post: 8-Bit DJ Hero Game Now Available

    In August, We previously reported on indie developer Eric Ruth's Pixel Force: DJ Hero, a brilliant re-imagining of Activision's hit music game as an NES era title, and now we're happy to let you know that the game is complete and ready for download. Ruth is clearly a talented guy, as he's... More
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