For those of you who have not yet watched Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill series, it would be wise to have a crack at it. I suppose you can call it a gloriously violent movie that tiptoes on the artistic side, but what happens when Kill Bill, both Volumes 1 and 2 are on the receiving end of the 8-bit treatment? You get a visual masterpiece, that’s what. Basically, giving this movie series the 8-bit treatment translates what the entire movies would look like if it were to be presented in the form of an 8-bit game, music ditties and all.
The video itself is the hard work by the folks over at CineFix, who happen to have a penchant for rolling out such efforts and this is definitely not their first. Imagine if the movies were to be released in the era of the Nintendo Entertainment System who ruled just about every single living room, although there were pockets of resistance here and there with the Sega Master System, this video game adaptation would have been the perfect hit.
Thanks to a Reddit post that shared about the existence of this particular 8-bit conversion, it would be nice to see ever more visually complex movies like Transformers: Age of Extinction to be transported into the world of 8-bit goodness.