Ocarina Of Time Mod recreates the lost 1997 demo
After more than 20 years, we still receive a new Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
In another unexpected turn of events, we’re all experiencing something new with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time more than twenty years after its release. For those who have been around long enough to remember, Nintendo hosted a show between 1989 and 2001 called Space World. At these shows, Nintendo usually announced and showcased new games and consoles.
During Space World, 1997, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was featured. Now, thanks to the hard work of what must be some very dedicated fans, a mod has been made that recreates the demo of the Space World 1997 showcase game. They called it “rare, behind the scenes”, and you can watch the full trailer below:
The poster says this project is a mod, so it will not be a full and 100% accurate restore. With that said, the trailer illustrates how great a job they’ve done so far, so we’re excited to see what comes next.
In other Legend of Zelda news, a man has just been arrested in Tokyo for selling modified copies of Breath of the Wild. The man was selling copies with “ultimate save data,” which essentially meant he would tailor the stats, abilities, and items in the game to the buyer’s demand. To date, this man has achieved a turnover of around ten million yen.
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It took them 30 years, but now you can actually sing it along instead of just hum the melody.
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