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As it's movie season, a time when all the big movie studios release their biggest budgetary endeavours, this weeks' Throwback Thursday does something a little different. Instead of focusing on a single game from a time gone by we take a look at a range of games from a time gone by. 8-Bit videogames from the NES era to be exact. Games that, you guessed it, were based on movies.

From this week's entry:
"The fact that there were Robocop videogames developed for every gaming platform available on the market in the late 80s kind of made perfect sense at the time. Every kid who was pop culture sensitive knew who Robocop was. Even if they hadn’t seen the movie. You know, due to it being an exceptionally violent satirical look at capitalist culture. But that didn’t change the fact that the poster looked amazing. A robot. A cop. A robot cop! How could anyone resist."
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