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Back in the day of the NES and SNES we had pixel graphics and they were good. Over time things progressed from awkward looking polygons to almost life-like creations in video games. Well Super Pixel Brothers wants to bring back the old days of the pixel but in movie form. Thus was born the idea of the movie “The Hit Squad”. The Hit Squad is a movie about a failing band called the Roddy Stones who are trying to make one last “hit record” to keep their studio from the hands of their highly prosperous and successful rivals. The movie will be fully pixelated with the exception of the use of 3D HD techniques.
Right now you can go and support this film and learn more about it at the link below. A teaser trailer for The Hit Squad will be coming out on May 8th. Production for The Hit Squade will start in Mid June When production starts the website for the movie will be here: http://ilovethehitsquad.com Production will hopefully finish around October and Super Pixel Brothers hope to released the movie in either late November or early December of this year.
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Preview :The Hit Squad is a Pixelated Adventure
Back in the day of the NES and SNES we had pixel graphics and they were good. Over time things progressed from awkward looking polygons to almost life-like creations in video games. Well Super Pixel...
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