Star Wars has a long and proud history in the realm of video games (as well as a few bum notes), but one of the most memorable interactive adaptations has to be the excellent trilogy of titles on the SNES.
We'd dearly love to see some of the modern movies recreated in this 16-bit style on Switch, but that's not likely to happen - so we'll just have to make the most of John Stratman's superb animation.
Before we continue, it's worth noting that the video should be considered spoiler-packed if you haven't already seen the movie.
The scene in question takes place at the end of The Last Jedi, where Kylo Ren (Ben Solo) confronts his uncle and former teacher, Luke Skywalker. It's all rendered in a 16-bit style very close to that of Super Star Wars, Super Empire Strikes Back and Super Return of the Jedi, the three SNES outings released in the '90s.
Let us know what you think by posting a comment below - and may the Schwartz be with you (TM).