Breath of the Wild on the Super Nintendo

Breath of the Wild on the Super Nintendo

There is no doubt that the Zelda series is one of the most beloved by Nintendo fans and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the most acclaimed games in recent years, thanks to which we have seen many cosplays and very creative fan arts. Among those is the fan art made by the talented illustrator ITZAHwho imagined ZELDA: BOTW as a game of SNES.

If there is something that characterizes the Super Nintendo, it is its 16-bit pixelart graphics and its sound chip, as they marked an entire generation with masterpieces such as Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Donkey Kong Country. . However, thanks to ITZAH we can imagine what Zelda: BOTW would have been like on the SNES.

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In mid-June the talented illustrator ITZAH presented his pixelart version of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, in which we see Link and Zelda sitting next to each other, in front of the Master Sword and with the twin peaks in the background. . This beautiful illustration gives us an idea of ​​what a demake of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild would look like thanks to the animation made by the illustrator.

This week the talented ITZAH presented his animated version of the Pixel art illustration of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, thanks to which we can see Link and Zelda in motion with a retro style. “Zelda BOTW home screen reimagined for SNES,” the illustrator said when he shared it. Also, Itzah promised that he will create a wallpaper version, which will be released soon.

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This is not the first time that ITZAH has done a pixelart reimagining of a popular game, whether from The Legend of Zelda series or from other franchises, so if you like their art style, I recommend you take a look at their social networks so you can appreciate the rest of their work.