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GTA Remake of The Sopranos Opening

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You woke up this morning. Got yourself a gun. Saved your progress on Grand Theft Auto V so you could pause your pixelated rise to crime don and watch that DVD of The Sopranos.

So how about both these forces of cultural entertainment colliding? Well, on the back of recent GTA recreations of Terminator 2 and Skyfall, now comes 8-Bit Bastard’s shot-for-shot recreation of the iconic opening credits of the HBO series, and it's nothing short of sublime.

Cajoling in everything from Italian-American delicatessens to smog-covered factories, it’s a superb take on Tony Soprano’s journey from the heart of New York to rural New Jersey, turnpike to driveway - despite the game being set in a fictional Los Angeles known as Los Santos.

If, like us, you still have a bad taste in your mouth from 2006’s video game dud The Sopranos: Road To Respect, you'll find that this is the road to redemption.

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