Look around YouTube and you'll find countless examples of games being redone in Minecraft. There's various ways of doing this, but the most impressive (and time consuming) method involves recreating pixels on a large scale, then taking images of them being moved incrementally.

The end result is essentially stop motion photography. But like lots of things, after a while, it becomes harder and harder to impressive people with such a feat, regardless of the insane amount of work involved.

Then along comes the clip above, of Pokemon via the process described. Some folks at Reddit are not as impressed, unfortunately. A few point out that it's basically impossible to tell that Minecraft was used in the first place.

Though I think that's the point. After the cut is the behind the scenes process, which demonstrates that it is indeed legit.