If The Fast and the Furious Were an 8-Bit Game
We'd play it.
The folks over at CineFix, who specialize in reimagining your favorite movies and television shows as 8-bit and 16-bit games, have done it again. This time, they turned their attention to The Fast and The Furious, the first movie in the street racing franchise starring Vin Diesel and Paul Walker.
As always, CineFix created something that looks like it could have been an actual game back in the day, but a little better.
If you need more Fast and Furious in your games, you still have time to grab Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious for free. It's a standalone game, so it won't require Forza Horizon 2. It will be free until April 10 in a bid to promote the release of Furious 7, the latest entry in the blockbuster movie franchise that hits theaters on April 3.
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