Enter Gowe's 16-Bit World Of Poetic Wonder In AURORA

Being that I'm in a musical mood lately, I felt like highlighting the latest entry into Machinima's 2nd Annual Online Interactive Film Festival from 2nd-generation Chinese-American underground hip hop artist, Gowe, titled Aurora. Completed and aired back in February, it has all the trimmings of all the kinds of 80's and 90's anime and gaming fanfare being used to highlight Gowe's message, which also apparently involves robots, lasers, supermoves, spaceflight, a girl with wings, and a 16-bit likeness of Gowe himself kicking ass, armed with a rocket launcher, and yes...explosions, of course.

Good times. Follow Gowe on Twitter.
In Aurora, Gowe describes the battles in his musical journey as an independent artist against his harsh critics and the conformity of mainstream entertainment. The animation pays homage to both new and old video games of the 8-bit and 16-bit eras, classic arcades, 90's cartoons, and Japanese animé.

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