The Denver Broncos versus the Seattle Seahawks, in the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII (Super Bowl 48). Recreated through 3d voxel modeling, but true to the style of the classic 8bit Nintendo game Tecmo Super Bowl.
Modeled using Bryce 6. Here's an angled version of this TSB render:
I've taken a few liberties with some aspects to augment things from the standard TSB game, for the purpose of this Sunday's game:
- Changed the goal posts to yellow and changed the padding colors to match the Bronco's color scheme
- Added goal line pylons
- Changed to NFL shield on the 50 yard line to be up-to-date with the modern NFL logo
- Changed the "Tecmo" logo that was on the 35 yard line to this year's Super Bowl logo and moved it to the 25 yard line
- Changed the first-down markers from pink to the more accurate orange
- Changed the "Tecmo" end zone logo to a customized Broncos one that should resemble the one seen on the field Sunday
- Changed the look of the spectators - had to do that - the original NES game's sprites for them would translate horribly to 3-D
- Created the tunnel area that the game hints at, but doesn't fully show
- Changed the colors of the 50 and 20 yard lines, red, white, & blue...for 'Murica's game
- Obviously, I changed each team's colors, logos, player info on the scoreboard, and all those other kinds of things, to be current
For TSB purists...don't worry, I have literally hundreds of circa 1991 NFL match up renders, that stay true to the original Nintendo game's sprites, coming down the pipeline. These tweaks that I've made were just for these specific Super Bowl XLVIII renders. Go here to download the Tecmo Super Bowl 2014 rom to play the game with this season's rosters: tecmobowl.org/files/file/360-t…
On Tecmo Super Bowl, I played as the Los Angeles Raiders against the Philadelphia Eagles (who had the best Rushing Defense in 1991), to see how many yards I could gain with Bo Jackson. I called his number nearly every play. Since I am not an expert at this game, he had 20 carries for 185 yards.
Very good(except that Seattle plays a 4-3 defense.)