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This Video Digs Into Our Love Affair With 8-Bit Art [Video]

You don’t have to be a regular Kotaku reader to know that “8-bit” has become one a hugely popular aesthetic. 8-bit art, 8-bit music, 8-bit everything . More »

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Reformat the Planet DVD arrives at (more) retailers December 7

The DVD version of Reformat the Planet , 2 Player Productions’ chiptunes-centric documentary, has been available through some obscure online channels since this past summer . However, folks hoping to receive it as a gift from a not-so-tech-savvy relative should have better luck in a couple of weeks when select retailers, including Amazon , will begin carrying the film starting December 7 — making it much easier for Uncle Grandma to find the movie, wrap it and place it beneath your chosen holiday’s gift-hiding object. The DVD, which includes two discs’ worth of bonus features, director’s cuts and commentaries, will cost your beloved holiday shopper $25, which seems like a fairly reasonable price to pay for a movie capable of making you dance forever

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Video: 8-Bit Styled Scott Pilgrim Game Launches Today

Can the growing nerd passion for all things Scott Pilgrim conquer simmering geek antipathy for Ubisoft and their DRM? Time to find out.

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Review: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game

You may have heard of this whole Scott Pilgrim vs. The World thing — it’s kind of a big deal. There’s a movie based on a series of graphic novels opening this week (we saw it a little early ), and there’s all manner of tie-in merchandise capitalizing on its epic epicness

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Scott Pilgrim vs. The World trailer beats up the internet

If you’ve still got that glow from finishing the last installment of the book series upon which it’s based, you’re probably in the perfect place to check out the Comic-Con trailer for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World .

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Anamanaguchi, Jonathan Coulton to Rock PAX 2010

Organizers of the Penny Arcade Expo announced the musical guests and exhibitors that would grace their three-day videogame convention on Friday. Nerds’ favorite bands Anamanaguchi, Jonathan Coulton (pictured above at a previous PAX), MC Frontalot, Metroid Metal, The Minibosses, Paul and Storm and The Protomen will entertain the PAX Prime crowd with chiptunes, game covers and geek rock.

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Interview: Scott Pilgrim production manager Marc-Andre Boivin

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World has been selected as one of Joystiq’s E3 Standouts this year

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First Looks at Scott Pilgrim Movie, Ubisoft Game

Last week, we got our first glimpses at the Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World motion picture and the videogame inspired by it. Universal unveiled the teaser trailer for the forthcoming movie Scott Pilgrim vs The World Thursday.

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The Chiptunes Band That Just Might Break Through [Feature]

by Leigh Alexander The notoriously insular and fickle Brooklyn music scene has had its doors blown off, and the culprit is – NES sound chip music? What’s That, Now? Chiptune music – tunes made using hacked sound chips from video game hardware – is as well-known to many gamers who snap to the nostalgic bleeps and bloops as it is known to fans of creative electronica.

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