Earlier this month, we informed you about a PSX Demake of Resident Evil 4. Created by Rustic Games BR, this demake re-imagined what Resident Evil 4 could look like as a 32bit classic game. And earlier today, Rustic Games BR shared a new video, showcasing what a PSX Demake of Resident Evil 7 could look like.
Now contrary to the Resident Evil 4 PSX Demake, this new one is not available to the public. According to the team, this is a demo created in Unity Engine, and nothing more. Also, and from what we know so far, the team does not plan to release this fan project to the public. Still, we are certain that a lot of Resident Evil fans will find it cool.
Speaking of PSX Demakes, we also suggest taking a look at the following ones. As we’ve already reported, there is a Bloodborne PSX Demake (that will release on PC in January 2022). Remedy has also released an amazing PS1 demake trailer of CONTROL that you must watch. There is also a lovely 32-bit demake of The Witcher 3, as well as a PSX Demake trailer for Cyberpunk 2077.
Lastly, and as a bonus, I’ve also added below a PSX Demake of The Last of Us.
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