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Ace gIfs morph from NES to movie stills

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While contemporary movie tie-in games have managed to survive the ride through the uncanny valley enough to offer up characters who actually look somewhat similar to the actors they're based on, things weren't so easy back in the day.

To showcase the valiant efforts made by Nintendo in the early days of gaming, artists Brother Brain and Low Interest created a set of gifs that flip between NES and film, showing the difference between the two.

A million times yes.

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