The most excellent 8-bit and 16-bit video artist in the galaxy is back with another awesome Star Wars: The Last Jedi scene recreation today, and this time John Stratman recreated the Snoke Throne Room scene from The Last Jedi in 16-bit video game form. This is a follow up to his recreation of Luke taking on the First Order, which we shared a while ago.
This latest retro pixel-art video game remake from The Last Jedi is as brilliant as the first. It definitely exudes a Super Star Wars video game feel from the SNES days, which by the way you all need to check out if you’ve never played any of the SNES Star Wars titles. They’re difficult, but badass, and very nostalgic if you grew up in the 80’s and 90’s. Anyway, back to Stratman’s skills, which are on display in his remake of Rey and Kylo’s lightsaber battle from one of The Last Jedi’s best scenes.
The video just makes me wish we had a Super Star Wars: The Last Jedi game to download for the SNES classic edition. I would pay good money for that to be a reality, but it won’t, so we will just have to rely on the Stratmaster to keep cooking up 16-bit versions of the film’s more memorable scenes.
Head on up above to see what Rey and Kylo look like taking on Snoke and his guards in 16-bit video game graphics glory.
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