Difference between revisions of "The Great Gatsby (NES)"

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Game over, old sport. Just like the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for NES, how would you go about turning a literary classic into a platforming NES game? Nature... well, finds a way.
 
Game over, old sport. Just like the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for NES, how would you go about turning a literary classic into a platforming NES game? Nature... well, finds a way.
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The game is loosely based on Chapter 3, where Nick has a nervous breakdown and starts killing people with a magical hat. And boy would you wonder what the final boss is?
  
 
{{#ev:youtube|O4D7oZsVenE|400|right|Fitzthistlewits' seminal review of The Great Gatsby.}}  
 
{{#ev:youtube|O4D7oZsVenE|400|right|Fitzthistlewits' seminal review of The Great Gatsby.}}  

Revision as of 20:09, 14 January 2017

Game over, old sport. Just like the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for NES, how would you go about turning a literary classic into a platforming NES game? Nature... well, finds a way.

The game is loosely based on Chapter 3, where Nick has a nervous breakdown and starts killing people with a magical hat. And boy would you wonder what the final boss is?

Fitzthistlewits' seminal review of The Great Gatsby.

Sources

http://greatgatsbygame.com/about.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4D7oZsVenE