Some quality of From Software games makes players want to create demakes of the titles. For example, we’ve already seen a PS1 demake of Bloodborne in the past, and the accompanying Bloodborne kart, which finally makes the title playable on PC. From Software’s latest stroke of genius, Elden Ring, also received a demake for Gameboy, which you can play either in the browser or on a real Gameboy.
Elden Ring or Skin for Final Fantasy VI?
Now 64 Bits has released a new video in which they present their SNES demake of Elden Ring. Not only does the demake look true to the original, but they manage to capture the classic charm of old SNES titles.
Unfortunately, unlike the Gameboy version, the SNES demake cannot be played. The project is believed to be the seventh in a series of short demakes that 64 Bits is currently working on. Among other things, on the Youtube channel find a SNES demake for Bioshock Infinite, a Mass Effect demake for the Gameboy Advance, and a Monster Hunter demake for the Gameboy Color.
While it’s a bit of a shame that players aren’t allowed to play this SNES Elden Ring themselves, at least one can admire the passion of the team behind these projects and imagine the Elden Ring alongside classics like Final Fantasy VI and Secret of Mana would have looked like.