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 Jul 17, 2013 - 09:46 AM - by Michael
* Cinematic NES moments

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In the land of Houston, a reminder: the NES, for all that it had tiny storage and 8-bit graphics, still had some really great cinematic moments. Time to relive some childhood.
It's weird to think about it now in an era of photorealistic graphics and completely immersive virtual reality set-ups, but even back when games sported art slightly less technically impressive than an average Sunday comic strip they were capable of moments of real cinematic genius. They could tell a story even with the most basic of electronic tools, and today we celebrate the ten that you never forgot.
 

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