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Konami Code Entered at Last Supper

Posted on Monday, August 1 @ 11:51:32 Eastern by
No other "code" is as well known as the Konami code. It's the code. It originated from Gradius on the NES, but it wasn't until Contra for the NES when it became famous. It's so well-known, it's been used by over 40 different games, some of them not even published by Konami. It's a code of biblical proportions, which makes this "The Konami Code" poster art that spoofs The Da Vinci Code's take on The Last Supper so appropriately. 

If video games were around when Jesus broke bread with his Twelve Apostles, The Last Supper would have looked something like this:



You can purchase DuelingAnalogs' The Konami Code poster art for $14.95.
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