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Pink Floyd remastered for Nintendo Entertainment System

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A video games programmer has rather boldly taken Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon and remastered it as a Nintendo Entertainment System extravanganza, with surprisingly plausible results.

The entire 8-bit playlist - created by Brad Smith using Famitracker and rendered with NSFplug - can be found down at YouTube. One impressed commenter was moved to declare the whole thing the "nerdiest and most awesome thing I've experienced in a long time".

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(Editor's note: Too cute!)




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