Reddit’s member ‘DisketteDetective‘ has released an amazing retro demake of Cyberpunk 2077’s intro. This video will give you an idea of what CDPR’s game could have looked like on the SEGA CD. And I know that most of our SEGA fans will find it cool. So, go ahead and take a look at it.
The demake features a cinematic that looks exactly like with what you’d see on a SEGA CD game. After that, we are met with a cool 16-bit menu screen. DisketteDetective went one step ahead and included a character select screen, similar to what we saw in Streets of Rage.
Now I’ll be honest here. I’d really love to play a 16-bit brawler set in the Cyberpunk 2077. A Streets of Rage vs CP2077 crossover could actually work. Or at least it does in my mind. From what I know, there isn’t such a fan project in development. So yeah, that kind of sucks.
Anyway, as I said, this demake looks cool, so be sure to watch it. It will undoubtedly put a smile on your face, especially if you are a fan of SEGA Mega Drive.
Speaking of demakes, we also suggest downloading the following ones. PC gamers can currently enjoy a demake of Bloodborne. There is also an amazing Portal Demake for N64 that you can download. Then we have this Quake 4 in Quake 1 Demake. Dead Space and Resident Evil 4 also have cool PSX Demakes, so be sure to also get them from here and here. Let’s also not forget this 16-bit demake of Mega Man X8. And finally, you can download this Silent Hills P.T. Demake in GZDoom. All of them are cool, so be sure to get them.
Enjoy and stay tuned for more!
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