There is no doubt that Breath of the Wild is one of the best games of the saga The Legend of Zelda, thanks to its huge open world, its possibilities and the brilliant aesthetics that it shines in Nintendo switch. However, can you imagine what the game would be like with another graphic style?
And more specifically, it would be interesting to imagine what Breath of the Wild would be like if it were a Game Boy Color game, such as the original Link’s Awakening. The channel Ohana Studio, formed by a fan of the saga, has shared a nostalgic demake trailer that clears those doubts.
This video shows how Link hunts different creatures, fights beasts, cuts bushes while looking for rupees, and many other activities, all with a technical section similar to Link’s Awakening on Game Boy Color, which contrasts with what we can see on Nintendo Switch.
Of course, this fan indicates that he does not intend to create a complete game, but only wanted to show what Breath of the Wild would look like in the classic style, as a trailer demake. Although he admits that will use some files to develop a separate RPG, independent of the Zelda saga.
An interesting point of this video is that we can see how they are recreated areas such as the Gerudo Desert or the Altiplano, with the zenith aesthetics of Game Boy Color games. This is not the first time that Ohana Studio has created a Zelda demake; already did it with The Tides of Time, a title in the series inspired by Link’s Awakening.
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Previously, we have already seen how other fans of Nintendo games have shared their own demakes. For example, we saw what it would look like Super Mario Odyssey if it were a NES game, or in the case of PlayStation, such as Death Stranding, Bloodborne or even Control.
The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild is available exclusively for Nintendo Switch, and we are already waiting for more details to be revealed about its sequel, which could see the light this year 2021. What is clear is that July 16 Skyward Sword HD, the remastered version of the Wii classic, will go on sale.