Witcher 3 will look very funny on PS1

And Geralt is getting rid of fat, too.

  • Video maker Anders Lundbjörk gets The Witcher 3 on PS1
  • A funny video clip shows what an old console RPG would look like
  • There are some funny tips about the Witcher story, too

Who doesn’t remember Geralt’s famous introductory bathroom scene in The Witcher 3? You definitely have never seen it like this before, specifically on the PS1 release.

My colleague Melanie already reported game developer and video maker Anders Lundbjörk when he gave us a funny but shockingly accurate story. Cyberpunk 2077 PS1 Experience Bring. Now he’s bringing another great role-playing game to the old console – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The humorous video shows us the introductory scene with Geralt and Yennefer and this time not only as a foam party, but also as a real pixel party.

Unlike Lundbjörn’s cyber video a bit full of gorgeous retro bugs, this clip is more of a parody of Witcher 3’s plot than a “just” a nice adaptation of the PS1’s look. Who doesn’t remember Geralt using every inopportune situation to waste time on a particular game instead of, say, accomplishing his mission and looking for his adopted daughter Ciri.

In the end, Geralt completed a poor feat, but I prefer not to give you any further details about this split game drawing: You better see it for yourself!

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What else does Anders Lundbjörk do or when he adapts to a popular game in an old version (For example forgetfulness), He can be seen on his Twitter channel or YouTube. There the video maker is shown, for example, in a making video of how to mess around with PS1 hilarious clips.

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