Game News Elden Ring: Youtubers make a Super Nintendo version, Malenia imagined in pixel art
In the wake of the release of a playable demake of Elden Ring on Game Boy, the 64-bit Youtube channel has released a video illustrating what the title would look like if it were to be released on Super Nintendo.
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Elden Ring: what would the game look like if it were released in 1995?
Released on February 25, Elden Ring is one of the serious contenders for The Game Awards. He will probably compete in the category of Best game of the year or Best Art Direction Game. A DA that exports very well, and even on retro consoles. The proof with the Youtube channel 64 bit. The latter specializes in editing animated and parody videos on video games. Yesterday they released a new video illustrating what Elden Ring would look like… on Super Nintendo.
A stunningly realistic video, which includes some iconic passages from the latest From Software. The prologue of the game with the exit of the Church and the World Tree in front of us or the famous catacombs and their little goblins. Finally, it is above all iconic fights that are illustrated in this montage: the crossing of the desert to face Radahn, the many rolls to be executed to the nearest second to defeat Melania or the agility necessary to put down Margit in Voilorage:
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In the description of this video, 64 Bits specifies that they were inspired by classic RPGs of the time such as Final Fantasy VI, Terranigma or even Secret of Mana. Unfortunately, it’s worth pointing out that the version staged here is not playable. You can always console yourself by putting your hand on the requestGame Boy this time, directed by -shin and recently available on its itch.io
However, this is not the first time that From Software games have ended up in the crosshairs of individuals gifted in request : this is for example the case of Bloodborne. The first areas of the title were reconstructed on PlayStation 1 by @b0tster who is currently working on a Bloodborne Kart. Conversely, some retro games are also subject to adjustments to make them more modern with 4K and 60 frames per second on the program. This is the case recently with Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but with a long list of Nintendo 64 games with Snowboard Kids or even Kirby 64.