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Buffy re-imagined as LucasArts Adventure

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Should the thought of Sarah Michelle Gellar staking the eternal undead with wanton sentiment right before doing her homework not set your senses into nostalgia overload, these pixelated works should do the trick.

Drawing inspiration from actual episodes of cult TV series Buffy The Vampire Slayer, illustrator Andrew Scaife has imagined what the show would look like as a LucasArt adventure, with in-game items alluding to the some of the most memorable plot devices across the series' 1997 - 2003 run.

The only sore point is that this is just a concept, tragically. If you want us, we’ll be playing Castlevania and weeping.

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