That 8-bit Hearthstone... just made me want to go get the original cartridge (PKMN TCG) and play!I was expecting a Dr. Boom... but the uprooted Ancient of War was another possibility.I wonder if another 4-drop will take the Shredder's mantle. If not, it's possible that the Yeti's reign may return.
It's GBC.Perhaps GBA can fully emulate HS on mobile.
No combo, the 8-bit depiction seems inaccurate.
*sigh* Kids these days...Dangit, now I need to show my age. Having grown up during "ye olden tymes", I'm confident that that's not 8-bit. (And the video never claims it is; it just calls it "Old school".) You might be able to get those sorts of graphics off of a 16-bit system, but there's no way you could get character or card sprites with that much color depth in an 8-bit system.And if you'll excuse me, I need to go chase some damn kids off my lawn.For reference, the original Nintendo was 8-bit; the Super NES was 16-bit, and the first Playstation was 32-bit. The Gameboy Color, which this video seems to be trying to emulate, was 16-bit.
8-bit Hearthstone? Yes please. I do love me some retro bit games and music. (Indie games have yet to quell that love)Hafu Documentary: I watched this Documentary on another website, it wasn't surprising, but it was interesting... I would say "hopefully gamer's can get beyond that", but ultimately society needs to get beyond that before it'll be reflected online.