Game News Elden Ring: a fan imagines what the game would look like on Game Boy, here is the result
What would Elden Ring look like if released on Game Boy? This is perhaps the question that -shin- asked himself: the player, a fan of the game, decided to develop the game in the GB way and shared the first fruits of his labor.
- Elden Ring on Gameboy Color? This is what it looks like
- A project that follows Bloodborne PS1
Elden Ring on Gameboy Color? This is what it looks like
Episode #4212 in the series “The video game community in action“. Today, he is a player ofElden Ring appointed -shin- who has decided to bring his stone to the building: he decides to carry out a request, a version of the game that would run on consoles older than the PS4 or Xbox One. It is on Game Boy that he realizes this request and he shares the first fruits of his labor on Reddit.
And this one-minute video speaks for itself: it reminds us of the Zeldas to have appeared on Game Boy, and in particular The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons. It is the area of the beginning of Elden Ring that is highlighted in this video, and in particular the fight against the grafted offspring. He indicates that he carried out this first step with the GB Studio 3.0 software, a program that makes it very easy to create your own retro games.
A project that follows Bloodborne PS1
A transcription for the moment faithful to Elden Ring which should not stop there. -shin clarifies that he would like to have finished developing the entire Necrolimbo region on the software. A colossal job at first glance, especially since he will have to cut the open world into several screens for his game. In any case, it is probably in May that a demo will be playable according to -shin :
I would like to release a demo for the end of May. I will probably put it on Itch, I will communicate it at the end.
We will therefore still have to wait to get our hands on this demake of Elden Ring. But this is not the first time that such an initiative has taken place, and even less concerning From Software games. At the beginning of November, we told you about @b0tster who had released its own PS1 version of Bloodborne, then more recently a Bloodborne Kart.
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