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Movies Scenes Vs. Their NES Counterparts

Arcade Sushi: The thin line that existed between classic, movie-based video games and the films that inspired them is blurred as we present these Movies Scenes Vs. Their NES Counterparts. Thanks to the Tumblr sites of two extremely talented artists named Brother Brain and Low Interest, we get to see firsthand just how the films’ tie-in scenes compare to their 8-bit reflections on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Be amazed as we go through some of our favorite, blockbuster films of the 80s and 90s, such as ‘Die Hard,’ ‘Home Alone,’ ‘Predator,’ ‘Terminator’ and ‘Batman.’ So let’s go back and time (sadly, there’s no DeLorean) and watch in 8-bit amazement as we explore these Movies Scenes Vs. Their NES Counterparts! (Retro)

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