These GIFs Will Make You Nostalgic For Your Favorite NES Games

Before the hi-def graphics of modern consoles, there was the Nintendo Entertainment System—a world steeped in glorious 8-bit imagery. These GIFs by New York-based Brother Brain (aka John McGregor) show how the in-game art compared with real world photos. And somehow, the 8-bit versions are still way more fun.

These GIFs Will Make You Nostalgic For Your Favorite NES Games

Jaws (NES) LJN 1987 vs Jaws (Theatrical Poster) Universal Pictures 1975

These GIFs Will Make You Nostalgic For Your Favorite NES Games

The Terminator (NES) Bethesda 1992 vs The Terminator (Theatrical Poster) Orion 1984

I'm partial to Jaws, but these are all pretty great, check out a few more below. McGregor's tumblr is definitely one to follow if you're digging this series—he uploads new GIF-y goodies every day. [Visual News]

These GIFs Will Make You Nostalgic For Your Favorite NES Games

Predator (NES) Activision 1989 vs Predator (Film) 20th Century Fox 1987

These GIFs Will Make You Nostalgic For Your Favorite NES Games

Magic Johnson's Fast Break (NES) Tradewest 1989 vs Promotional Photo

These GIFs Will Make You Nostalgic For Your Favorite NES Games

Bill & Ted's Excellent Video Game Adventure (NES) LJN 1991 vs Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (Theatrical Poster) Orion Pictures 1989 These GIFs Will Make You Nostalgic For Your Favorite NES Games

Mad Max (NES) Mindscape 1990 vs Mad Max 2 (Film) Warner Bros. 1981

Lead image: Batman (NES) Sunsoft 1989 vs Batman (Film) Warner Bros. 1989