YouTube’s Rustic Games BR has shared a video, showcasing Dead Space as a 32-bit Playstation game. In order to create this demake, the YouTuber used the Unity Engine.
This re-imagined version of Dead Space features fixed camera angles, similar to those of the classic Resident Evil games. And, as you may have guessed, it also has tank controls.
Unfortunately, and contrary to some other PSX demakes we’ve reported on, Rustic Games BR does not plan to release this demake to the public. Still, it’s a cool concept that most RE and DS fans may find interesting.
Speaking of PSX demakes, we also suggest taking a look at the following ones. As we’ve already reported, there is an amazing Bloodborne PSX Demake that you can download. 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. And lastly, here are the PSX demakes of Resident Evil Code Veronica and Resident Evil 7.
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