Assassin’s Creed for PlayStation 1 Looks Delightfully Awful
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
Assassin’s Creed for PlayStation 1?
Have you ever wondered what Ubisoft’s classic climb and jump simulator “Assassin’s Creed” would look like if it came out in the 90’s? I’m sure most of you haven’t, but that doesn’t mean to say you wouldn’t enjoy the result. The first game was a technical marvel when it launched.
Rather than advance the world of graphics, 98Demake creates low-poly estimated versions of famous games. He does try to keep the wobbly and low-fidelity you would associate with the PlayStation 1 era. However, I don’t think these are playable projects as they are funny bits of animation in the style of the format.
Working with the restrictions in graphics you would have had in the 90’s, 98Demake obviously has to make some sacrifices to the games.
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What 98Demake Had to Say
“As voted by the fine readers of GamesRadar: If Assassin’s Creed was made in 1998. This is an attempt at recreating a modern game in late 90’s graphical style. If you would like to see more of this, or if you have an idea for a game — leave a comment. Subscribing, sharing and all that is also quite appreciated.” – 98Demake
I Need More!
98Demake has been doing this kind of video for a while now. I’m fairly new to the channel, but the work definitely deserves more credit. I personally think the Grand Theft Auto V one is particularly awesome. You can check out the full channel right here.
What games would you love to see given the demake treatment?