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8-bit Titanic

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“Jack, I want you to draw me like one of your 8-bit girls.”

Almost two decades since it left cinema goers drowning in their own tears, 1997's Titanic is appealing to a new audience thanks to the clever folk at Cinefix, who give proceedings a retro gaming overhaul.

Every flashpoint of James Cameron’s classic blockbuster has been given the pixelated treatment, including the health-and-safety baiting ‘King Of The World’ lift, that painting scene and a wild-eyed Billy Zane chasing everyone around with a gun. What was he thinking?

Take a look below; but please: women and children first.

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