You know, it's funny, every time we've posted one of Eric Ruth's amazing demake videos, people have complained "looks great, but why doesn't he make something original?". Well, shut up. He's making something original.
You like Team Fortress 2? You like the old Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game? Watch this.
Wolverine. Ryu. Scorpion. Terry Bogard. Never before have these giants of the fighting game genre met in the one title before, but in Pixel Force: Head 2 Head, come together they shall. To kick ass.
What would Halo: Combat Evolved look like if it had been made for the Nintendo Entertainment System? Expert de-maker Eric Ruth answers that question with his own version of Halo, a side-scrolling shooter that looks transported straight from the 80s.
The de-make craze shows no sign of abating. Pixel Force, following its successes with Left 4 Dead and DJ Hero homages, will reduce Halo to an 8-bit platformer (with top-down Warthog driving) next month. But, erm, about Cortana ...
Eric Ruth's 8-Bit version of Activision's DJ Hero is now available to download and play, complete with six chiptune mashups that put DJ Hero 2's soundtrack to shame. Who's up for some Dead or Alive Vs. Siouxsie and the Banshees?