Remix artists Reverse Enginears deliver a nostalgic trip through PC gaming history, using nothing but remixed audio and video from the games themselves.
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Above: Reverse Enginears take a trip through the history of PC games, with background music remixed entirely from game sounds. Mind = blown.
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