CineFix, the masterminds behind 8 Bit Cinema, have released this video that turns Kill Bill 1 and 2 into an action-packed scroller.
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 an 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?
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