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The Retro Movement Hits E3 2014

The floors of E3 were swirling with all things pretty and new. Some things we’ve seen a few times before, and some we were only catching a glimpse of for the first time. Among them were a growingly familiar assortment of indie games replicating the heyday of 8-bit and 16-bit gaming. Yes, pixel art and chiptunes are in abundance — some may say overabundance. But what about the real classics? The games that started it all and inspired this new generation of game creators? (E3, Retro)

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