CineFix Brings Doctor Strange Into the 8-Bit World (VIDEO)
Damn, CineFix…back at it again with 8-Bit Cinema! The very same folks who have brought you 8-bit renditions of such classic hits as The Revenant, Pulp Fiction, and The Shawshank Redemption, are up to usual tricks with their latest video in the series. This time around, they have taken on the task of 8-bitifying(totally a word) Marvel’s latest film, Doctor Strange.
The 8-Bit Cinema version, much like the trailers for the film, hit a number of the important pieces. There is the crashing of the car along with the crushing of the hand. There is the having to seek help from the Ancient One, training, healing, fighting, and everyone’s favorite, the Mirror Dimension. This acid-trip of a scene is executed flawlessly in 8-bit form, and is only enhanced by the glorious music infecting your ear holes as the Sorcerer Supreme begins to probably think that he left his stove on and he should go turn it off because buildings should definitely not be doing that! All of this builds up to the point in the film where Strange SPOILERS!! That’s right, spoilers abound. Do not watch the video if you have not seen the film yet and you intend on doing so. Seriously, this is your last chance. The video is coming after this sentence. Okay, after this one.
Did you watch it? What did you think of it? It’s glorious, right? Then again, all 8-bit is glorious. All of it! Especially Doctor Strange in 8-bit. Let us know down in the comments what your thoughts are. Speaking of comments, did you happen to catch our interview with Jonny Cruz, the voice actor for Overwatch’s Lucio? He was absolutely fun to talk with and get to know, and had some interesting stuff to say about the SAG-AFTRA strike that is currently going on. For more happenings in the world of video games and all things nerdy and awesome, be sure to keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers, because when we bring you the news, we do exactly that…bring you the news.
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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.