One intense and epic scene from Star Wars: The Last Jedi was when Luke Skywalker faced Kylo Ren where he faced his mistakes and distracted his nephew so that Resistance could escape.
This battle has now gotten a 16-bit version.
In a video that was shared, John Stratman created a shot-by-shot recreation of the movie’s scene. It has dialogues and the planet’s red terrain.
This scene between the men feels as real as it does in the theater screens, complete with Luke’s sarcasm.
The best part is towards the end where it has been revealed that Luke is not even fighting Kyl. He is on Ahch-To Force projecting himself in a battle with Kylo on Crait. When Luke becomes one with the Force, the 16-bit vanishing is as moving as what we see on the big screen.
This version is the latest to get a fan recreation. The throne room scene had also been recreated with Lego and they used stop motion. Another fan-video had fun recutting the Star Wars trilogy like the very first trailer for Baby Driver.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is in theaters now.