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8-bit Mad Max: Fury Road is Predictably Awesome

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There were certainly more than eight bits of stuff blown up in the original of this.

The Cinefix boys are back with another glorious three minutes of 8-bit action (with a little bit of 16-bit thrown in for good measure) as they recreate this year's critically-acclaimed smash-up fest Mad Max: Fury Road as an old-school videogame.

The actual videogame came out last month and, while that's all well and good, hopefully someone can make a version like this too.

In the meantime, enjoy below.


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