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Parting Shot: The 16-Bit Game of Thrones RPG Is Not Real (But You’ll Wish It Was)


I don’t know what sort of advanced alien technology or arcane magic CollegeHumor has used to gain access to my dreams and combine all of them into one video, but they have somehow done it by imagining a 16-bit roleplaying game based on Game of Thrones. Basically, it’s the Song of Ice and Fire as a Squaresoft Super Nintendo game and it’s everything I’ve ever wanted.First season/book Game of Thrones spoilers are in effect, and as you may imagine if you have watched the show before, there is NSFW language and some 16-bit sexual content. If any enterprising programmers out there were to make a playable fan version of this, I would love you forever. I would love you harder than I love Jon Snow and his chiseled bastard abs, I swear to God.

[via Topless Robot]

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