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Malenia Is Now 16 Bit In This Elden Ring SNES Demake

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Elden Ring took the gaming world by storm when it launched in February. Unless God of War Ragnarok does arrive before the end of 2022, FromSoft's most recent offering will take home a lot of Game of the Year awards six months from now.

Its dedicated fanbase will ensure it remains at the forefront of everyone's minds as they continue doing some pretty great things with the game.

A list that now includes a Super Nintendo demake. YouTuber 64 Bits (via Polygon) is responsible for the demake, and it's pretty special.

You ask most Elden Ring players to imagine what the game might look like on an older console, and it would be hard to picture it on a Switch, let alone a SNES.

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