Snoop Lion, 8-Bit Pulp Fiction, Super Punch Out, the ZK Spectrum & More
A roundup of the news of the week that made your retrogaming nerd sense tingle.
Snoop Lion debuted a new 8-bit-inspired music video that spends an uncomfortable amount of time recreating a Pokemon battle (Link)
CineFix did Snoop Lion one better and released their latest 8-bit video remake, this time tackling the tasteful, family film Pulp Fiction. (Link)
Mega Man X2 and Super Punch Out landed on the US Wii Virtual Console (Link)
The oldest of old school gaming fans who remember the ZX Spectrum could someday relive the glory days if a recently launched Kickstarter gets its way. The Spectrum keyboard is intended as a future iOS paired device. (Link)
One intrepid young hacker created a functioning NES by gutting an original Mario cartridge, working some sodering magic and even adding actual controller ports. The hero even left step by step instructions for the DIYers among us. (Link)
Wired reviewed NES Remix, the new Wii U downloadable title, calling the title a promising start with work left to be done to perfect the concept. (Link)
Somewhere in Oklahoma, a 64-person Super Tecmo Bowl tournament is going down (pick the Broncos) (Link)
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