What if God of War (2018) was released on the old PS1 system?

Tram Ho

God of War, released on PlayStation 4, is one of the biggest games of 2018 in particular and in the history of the franchise in general. This is the 8th installment in this game series, inspired by Norse mythology and set after the events of God of War III (2010). Taking advantage of the most powerful and modern graphics platform in the console village at that time, God of War conquered many gamers around the world thanks to its eye-catching visuals and hands-on gameplay. Game of the Year award 2018.

However, what if this version of God of War came out 20 years earlier, in an era when PlayStation 1 was storming the gaming market? YouTube channel 64 Bits helped us visualize that scenario thanks to a short rendering of God of War, but with an older graphics platform, with a different gameplay, with a PS1 style.

If you do not know, 64 Bits is a YouTube channel founded by 3 close friends Ryan, Niels and Nelis, specializing in creating parody animated videos based on popular games or movies. With God of War, they decided to “demake” (remake with a lower quality version) the original version and build a fantasy version for PS1, inspired by the RPG game. Breath of Fire 4.

As can be seen in the video above, God of War’s graphics have been transformed into a nostalgic 32-bit format, although still following the original storyline. The gameplay was also changed to the turn-based form typical of RPG games of that time, alternating with some cool cartoon images when the characters used special skills.

Sẽ thế nào nếu God of War (2018) được ra mắt trên hệ máy cổ lỗ sĩ PS1? - Ảnh 2.

Even the redesigned disc cover is in the style of RPG games on PS1.

64 Bits said that in the future, they will continue to create “demake” videos like this to help bring the childhood of many generations of gamers back with the most modern games. Before that, they had done a lot of similar short animations, inspired by big names like Monster Hunter or Bioshock Infinite.

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Source : Genk