Game News Elden Ring: play the hit of the year on Game Boy? It’s possible with this impressive demake!
Many fans of From Software games like to imagine what the Japanese studio’s titles would look like on older consoles. This is the case of b0tster with its publication of the PS1 demake of Bloodborne, but also of -shin. The latter decided to develop his own version of Elden Ring on… Game Boy.
- Elden Ring Game Boy: it’s out!
- “I would like to expand the game in the future, but I can’t guarantee anything”
Elden Ring Game Boy: it’s out!
We told you about it at the end of April: a player fromElden Ringnamed -shin on the networks, had then decided to create his own version of the game… but for Nintendo retro consoles like the Game Boy. -shin had then shared a first sketch of his work, with the first moments of the Sans-Éclat: waking up in the church, then going out into the open air before meeting the crossbred offspring. This amuse-bouche given, he had then promised to give news of the progress of its development in the coming months and to warn the community when a demo is released. It is now done since he published a video this weekend announcing the release of the unofficial Elden Ring Game Boy.
“I would like to expand the game in the future, but I can’t guarantee anything”
In description of his video, he explains that the game is available on search engine, emulators and all Game Boy consoles. It’s on his personal website that we can find the title, a description of the keys necessary to play it as well as several explanations. This request of Elden Ring integrates the Precipice of Anticipationa part of the Necrolimbo as well as the Sailing Castle and its two emblematic bosses.
In any case, the game of -shin is an impressive feat reminiscent of some Game Boy titles, such as The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons. A time-consuming project that he would have preferred to trade for work, he explains:
I only did the first part of the game because I need to find a job instead of working on this game. I would like to expand the game in the future, but I can’t guarantee anything.
This Elden Ring Game Boy seems to be a project dear to his eyes for which he prefers not to receive any money. He explains that the game is free: if some players want to give him a bonus, they wait for his next title to buy it. We can not wait to see it.