Sparked IIRC by a post by Jim Sangrey, I'm enjoying this one a lot. It has a flavor all its own. Particularly nice choice of pieces -- by Thad Jones, Joe Henderson, Ellington's (or is it Strayhorn's, I forget) "The Star-Crossed Lovers," etc. Elvin play a prominent inspiring role.
Those folk there are interesting... I can only speak from the perspective of 16 bit 2D video games, but if you look at say, the original arcade release of Street Fighter III: Third Strike on an HDTV from the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on PS4 it looks quite a bit pixellated vs if you were to view the original arcade machine on a CRT... but if you use a few scan lines it can look very good. It won't look nearly as good as a modern game, that's stating the obvious, but if it was always well done, as that game was it'll look good no matter what.