The Dark Knight on NES


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What would The Dark Knight look like if it was a NES game, and not a Batman movie?

Find out here ;)

Its a fake NES game intro, made by an animator called Macbee.
I found a few of the image, and I expect them to be very good reduxes, not pixel art, but still its fun to watch :)

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Posted by Hapiel @ 1/17/2009 12:05  |    9

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Mykola (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 2/5/2009 07:48
it was pretty feasible, and the only restriction I've noticed that wasn't really followed (for those who really want to be anal about it), is the 4 colors per 8x8 sprite rule. The resolution is spot on, btw - 256x224 scaled.

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Skull (Level 11 CEO) @ 2/4/2009 17:06
Was slightly believable!

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Mathias (Level 5 Rokkyu) @ 2/4/2009 15:57
Seems the res is too high and color restrictions aren't being followed properly if it's really intended to to feign an old NES intro. Maybe SNES.

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Hapiel (Level 11 Admiral) @ 2/4/2009 14:13
The fun of watching this vid?

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greenraven (Level 2 Hired Gun) @ 2/4/2009 09:15
There's no actual gameplay? What gives?

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Tre Le Coco (Level 1 Thug) @ 2/4/2009 08:25
That would be pretty freaking sweet if it was real *sigh and dreams*

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skamocore (Level 11 CEO) @ 2/4/2009 01:17
alright, edited.

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Hapiel (Level 11 Admiral) @ 2/4/2009 01:15
Sorry, you are right :(. I had neither of 'm myself, so I would not see the difference that quickly, but indeed it was clearly stated above the vid.

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Badassbill (Level 11 Psychopath) @ 2/4/2009 00:52
You mean NES  =P

Nice. I saw this on GoNintendo a few weeks back.

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