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8-Bit Assassin’s Creed Looks Better than any 8-Bit Console Game I Ever Saw

by Range

I like Assassin’s Creed and I’ve played it a bit, but I also like retro games. Maybe I would have liked it better if Assassin’s Creed were an 8-bit game on the NES. Check out this sweet animation that was created to showcase just this.

assassin's creed 8-bit video game animation 2d retro

This video was made by Balazs Kalocsai and it shows you exactly what the game might have looked like in the 80s, on an 8-bit console. Would this game work for real this way on an Xbox 360? Probably not, but the video is still fun to watch.

The art looks way better than any 8-bit console I’ve ever seen, but you get the point. The characters sort of like voxels which have been flattened into two-dimensions, which is a strange way to describe them, but that’s what they look like to me.

assassin's creed 8-bit video game animation 2d retro

[via Olybop]

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Comments (5):

  1. Kara Marie Rawson says:

    That is so not how games looked in the 80’s. That looks more like minecraft then an 8bit game on nintendo.

    A) 8-bit retro do not have bloom, blur, or other post rendering effects
    B) 8-bit games generally only have very basic depth of field and parallax
    C) 8-bit have only very very basic physics systems, so you would not see giblets.

    and the no brainer

    D) 8 bit only has 256, this looks more like 32 bit

  2. Kenny says:

    Pointing out the obvious here; That’s not really 8-bit at all. But an interesting concept that can make us wonder, what if new IP’s of this generation came to excistence on an older console gen?

  3. Technabob says:

    Yep, agreed. Hence the title of the post “8-Bit Assassin’s Creed Looks Better than any 8-Bit Console Game I Ever Saw”. It’s more like something from the 16-bit generation, with a little dose of modern effects applied.

  4. Range says:

    Of course it’s not real 8-bit. That’s wouldn’t be that visually impressive. However, it’s got the retro 8-bit feel to it. You guys are nitpicking.

  5. P says:

    ey people, it doesnt matter 8bit or not, it is just a concept…

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