Elden Ring came out this year in February for PC and the usual consoles. This information is enough to figure out that we’re not talking about a game that features any kind of obsolete graphics.
Elden Ring is an action RPG that was developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, and Windows PC. The player has to become an Elden Lord in the Lands Between, and it won’t be without confronting plenty of foes.
A fan creates a demake for Elden Ring on SNES
Back in the day of the ’90s, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) console was the best thing since sliced bread for gamers. It was a 16-bit console that’s highly obsolete compared to what exists nowadays, but it still has its fans, whether they’re just nostalgics or not.
A fan had the idea to recreate Elden Ring for SNES. The outcome was published by the ’64 Bits’ YouTube channel, and you are free to check it out below:
The video’s description says:
It’s 1995 and Elden Ring just came out on Super Nintendo!
This is the SEVENTH in a series of short demakes we’re creating!
Here we’re taking you back in time with “Elden Ring for Super Nintendo”.
We did our best to capture the style and spirit of the best SNES RPGs of the platform, like Secret of Mana, Terranigma and Final Fantasy 6
Would you play this?
The SNES console was launched in 1990, and it was able to run some pretty influential titles for the gaming industry: Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Final Fantasy VI, Street Fighter, The Legends of Zelda, Super Bomberman, Tetris, Mortal Kombat, Donkey Kong Country, and more.