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This video for the song Aurora by YouTube rapper Gowe mashes up gorgeous 16-bit graphics inspired by Paul Robertson with beat-‘em-up gameplay, space battles, and giant robots.

Check it: Every geek culture reference mashed into one video
Buy: 1x1: Pixel Based Illustration and Design

(Source: kotaku.com)

Super Paul Robertson Pixel Art

For the “Super iam8bit” show, Paul Robertson submitted three pixel art pieces with Irem versus Taito, Violent Storm, and Custer’s Revenge. You can see the other two after the break.

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Catatonic

Paul Robertson brings together pop culture’s iconic cats in this pixel art piece.

Pokémon Kings

Paul Robertson brings together the mighty monarchs of the Pokémon world. One can only assume this will be followed up with a group shot of the Pokémon queens.

Grass Bros.

Paul Robertson completes his Pokémon triptych with the grass-type pocket monsters. You can see the fire-type HERE and the water-type HERE.

Fire Bros

Paul Robertson heats things up with this group shot of the fire-type pokémon. You can see his earlier rendition of the water-type pokémon HERE.

Dog Days

Paul Robertson bangs out another great piece of pixel animation with this gathering of some of the most iconic dogs from videogame history.

What? Vanillite Is Evolving!

Pixel artist extraordinaire Paul Robertson (Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game) made this warped homage to one of the most bizarre Pokémon evolution chains of all time.

I would totally play the living junk out of a game where you could collect and battle cute anime chicks who evolved like this.

[Via probertson]

Hot New Meat Bun Tee Featuring The Pixel-y Goodness of Paul Robertson.
Paul Robertson. You know him? Dude who did pixel art for Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game, among other radical things? Well, now you can wear his hyper-cute pixel art with the all new “Snack Time” tee available from Meat Bun for just $24.
From the Meat Bun newsletter:

Our collaboration with pixel artist   extraordinaire Paul Robertson — famous for his work on Scott Pilgrim   vs. The World and Pirate Baby’s Cabana Battle Street Fight 2006, for   starters — is finally here. “Snack Attack"   pairs some of our favorite Japanese delicacies — Pocky, Boss Coffee   (Rainbow Blend) and, naturally, meat buns — with some of our favorite   video game ladies for a massive pile of naughty deliciousness.

Can you name all the nakie gaming girls in this picture?

Hot New Meat Bun Tee Featuring The Pixel-y Goodness of Paul Robertson.

Paul Robertson. You know him? Dude who did pixel art for Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game, among other radical things? Well, now you can wear his hyper-cute pixel art with the all new “Snack Time” tee available from Meat Bun for just $24.

From the Meat Bun newsletter:

Our collaboration with pixel artist extraordinaire Paul Robertson — famous for his work on Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Pirate Baby’s Cabana Battle Street Fight 2006, for starters — is finally here. “Snack Attack" pairs some of our favorite Japanese delicacies — Pocky, Boss Coffee (Rainbow Blend) and, naturally, meat buns — with some of our favorite video game ladies for a massive pile of naughty deliciousness.

Can you name all the nakie gaming girls in this picture?

Scott Pilgrim vs the World On PSN Today!!!

But then again, you probably already knew this. You probably also knew that you’d be buying this and then playing the living shit out of it for days on end with no concern for sleep, grown-up responsibilities, or your own personal hygiene, you Stinky McStinkerson, you. Don’t worry, we totally get it.

And for those who don’t get it, just watch the trailer above. We’ll wait.

Back? See? Now you get it.

[Via The PlayStation Blog]

Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game gets a zombie mode code!

If you’re like me, you’ve probably been wanting a zombie-killing game with Paul Robertson sprites ever since you first saw the famous GIF below.

At the title screen, just enter: down, up, right, down, up, right, down, up, right, right, right.

An easy way to remember it is “dur dur durrr”.

Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game hits the PlayStation Store on August 10th for $15,  but you can head over to Ubisoft’s online shop to pre-order it for $9.99 and get an extra $1 off by using the coupon code 10THANKS. $9 for a $15 game isn’t bad at all, and you even get an exclusive Sex Bob-omb shirt for your PlayStation Home avatar, but I don’t think anyone still fucks with Home, so whatevs. Sweet deal, though!

[Via Kotaku]

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