It Came From YouTube: Famous moments depicted in 16-bit

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Crapper Little Louie P (The Doctor of Style) writes:

Last year, you posted reader Brendan Docherty’s parody showing what a modern WWE game would’ve looked like in the 16-bit era. Now he’s made a video depicting famous incidents from wrestling history in 16-bit graphics, including Wrestlecrap moments like the Shockmaster’s fall, and Big Bossman stealing the coffin of Big Show’s father.

This starts at 00:50. The beginning is actually a spoof commercial for Bret Hart sunglasses.

That is so freaking awesome! I love it!

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7 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Famous moments depicted in 16-bit"
  1. John C says:

    Jake’s snake biting Macho looked so pornoesque in that 16 bit style. The Shockmaster looked incredible. Good stuff.

  2. Geoff says:

    Man he is going back a ways when he depicts Shawn’s heel turn on Marty on the Barber Shop and then Ultimate Warriors vomit scene with Papa Shango. Impressive. Liked that ring full of chairs and they keep coming from somwhere off screen ala ECW.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well that was awesome.

  4. Sean Bateman says:

    we need a sequel

  5. Brother Nero Cage says:

    Just a thought………what if……..you could get this guy to do some 16-Bit Wrestlecrap/Botchamania videos , expanding on the Shockmaster clip? Get some Gobblygooker in there, some Yappapi strap, some Yetay (as Tony Schiavone would say), the Lex Luger “this shirt is too tight” promo, etc.

    could be some next level stuff.

  6. Brother Nero Cage says:

    what a goof! almost forgot……..the Broken Matt Hardy masterpiece! would be absolutely amazing done in 16 Bit glory.

  7. Arriba McIntyre says:

    It’s in the corner of the video the whole time but definitely follow him on twitter @wrestlingarcade. He does little bits fairly regularly.

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