We've seen everything from The Olympics to Grand Theft Auto: Vice City get the 8-bit treatment. Why, for the love of all things Ryan Gosling, has this Drive game not been put directly into my hands?

GundersonMunderson made this amazing 9-bit start screen for the Sega Genesis Drive game that never was. He even used “an emulator for the Yamaha YM2612, the chip used to create the sound” for the original Sega Genesis to synch College & Electric Youth’s A Real Hero.

Can't get enough 8-bit chip tunes? Listent to Kavinsky’s Nightcall and College & Electric Youth’s A Real Hero if they came out during the early 90s. Watch the video and let us know what you think.

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[via Uproxx]