Celeste 64 Takes The Popular Platformer Back In Time...Or Forward

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<p>The indie hit Celeste turned six this weekend, and as a special birthday present, Extremely OK Games (the makers of the original) have remade the game’s world in a low-poly, low-res fashion reminscient of the Nintendo 64. However, given that the pixel visuals of the original Celeste are meant to evoke the 8-bit machines of the 1980s (and the game was originally thought up on a facsimile, the Pico-8)…is this actually a leap forward?</p>
 
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Celeste 64 hitting the N64 vibes is mind-blowing! Taking a leap from pixel art to low-poly feels like time-travel gaming. Controlling Madeline in 3D is a challenge I'm up for. And it's free on itch.io? Best birthday gift ever!
 

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The shift from pixels to low-poly raises questions on progression. Still, it's a free download, so why not give it a shot? Navigating in three dimensions might add an interesting twist to the challengeTransitioning from pixels to low-poly is a bold move. Controlling Madeline in 3D brings a new layer to the challenge. Kudos for the unique take, and it's free on itch.io? Count me in!
 

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Celeste 64's indie charm shines with its N64-inspired makeover. The low-poly visuals bring a unique touch to the platformer. The free itch.io download showcases the accessibility of indie gems. Kudos to Extremely OK Games for the creative celebration!
 
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The announcement of Celeste 64 generates excitement within the gaming community. The infusion of N64 aesthetics adds a fresh layer to the beloved platformer. The prospect of a collective adventure, amplified by the free itch.io download, fuels anticipation for the upcoming gaming experience.
 
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