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8-Bit Kill Bill

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Japanese swords? Check. Boss battles? Check. Buckets of gore? You bet.

Having already worked their magic on the likes of Pulp Fiction, it was only a matter of time before the minds at Cinefix worked their 8-bit skills on another of Tarantino's works.

With a narrative littered with sword fights and grand showdowns, we can't believe someone hasn't looked to turn Kill Bill into a playable experience. Come on programmer types - we expect a Kickstarter project by the end of the week.



(Images: YouTube)

[Via: Laughing Squid]

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