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Inception goes 8-Bit

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The latest offering from CineFix's 8-Bit Cinema has sparked something of a war in the office.

Initially, everyone expressed their delight in the gamified adaptation of Christopher Nolan's Inception - a gritty 80's rendition with stuttering animation and chunky bullets.

But they've attempted to commit an inception of their own, suggesting a reading of the film's open conclusion. Beautiful though it is, it's reopened a debate we haven't had since 2010.

Thanks CineFix. Thanks a lot.



(Images: YouTube)

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