Zelda: Ocarina of Time demo leak reveals Link could once transform into Navi – Eurogamer.net

Heres the F-Zero X advancement cartridge which includes the Spaceworld 97 Zelda 64 information in the overdump. There does not seem much code or music, just graphics and maps. Zelda 64 data begins at 0x1000000 in hex.https:// t.co/ DsFpv5uVau pic.twitter.com/JUyOjGRP5w— Forest of Illusion (@forestillusion) January 19, 2021

An impressive demonstration construct for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has shown up fresh details on early concepts for Nintendos N64 masterpiece – such as Link having the ability to turn into his fairy Navi.
The demonstration in concern was found on an old N64 advancement cartridge used to hold Nintendo racer F-Zero X. On more evaluation, files relating to a 1997 Zelda demonstration construct were likewise found, partially saved-over but some really much still undamaged.
Information have now been excitedly shared by the Forest of Illusion Twitter account, which is devoted to maintaining lost littles Nintendo history. Theres a lot to see.

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Up, a series of wonderful spell medallions which approved eye-opening results, such as the Soul Medallion that let Link “ended up being Navi and fly around”.
Others medallions let Link fire light arrow-esque attacks or hide within a cloak of darkness to avoid opponents. Another medal let Link warp when in danger, while 2 more let him develop and extinguish fire.
Heres information on how Link would transform into Navi via the Soul Medallion:

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And this is Huge– the result of the lost Magic Spells explained!!!!! pic.twitter.com/fnhoDZxU2c— MrCheeze?? (@MrCheeze_) January 19, 2021

Theres an extremely various world map for Hyrule:

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Hyrule World Atlas from the 1997 Zelda 64 overdump! Now that is incredibly different! pic.twitter.com/EMykH1eMub— MrTalida (@MrTalida) January 19, 2021

A far more standard version of Kakariko Village:

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Unbelievable, we have our first playable map – kakariko town – from the Spaceworld 97 Zelda OoT discovery https://t.co/PHRa0LHGFC pic.twitter.com/qOcKI6VyMy— Shane Battye? (@shanebattye) January 19, 2021

An early version of the archery test where you ride Epona:

This early archery test map has actually been FOUND! https://t.co/urrGPtckFA pic.twitter.com/KIgzu1oOfw— MrTalida (@MrTalida) January 19, 2021

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And Links Pegasus Boots would also have actually put in a look:

Heres the F-Zero X development cartridge which consists of the Spaceworld 97 Zelda 64 information in the overdump. There does not appear to be much code or music, just graphics and maps. Zelda 64 data begins at 0x1000000 in hex.https:// t.co/ DsFpv5uVau pic.twitter.com/JUyOjGRP5w— Forest of Illusion (@forestillusion) January 19, 2021

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Have not seen anyone reference this yet, but the hover boots appear to have actually been the Pegasus Boots as many have actually long presumed! pic.twitter.com/aXifUfS2Fl— zel. (@zel640) January 19, 2021

Fans have actually even been translating a few of the text discovered in the video game, and have recommended early versions of Ocarinas plot would have played out extremely differently.
For instance, the Deku Tree was going to be a prison for the video games fairies – including Navi – which Link would then release.
Well keep our eyes peeled for more from the leak, though fans checking out its files have actually cautioned that the ROM is just partially total. Most likely this early build was not planned for public eyes, which is why the cartridge was then re-used to keep F-Zero.

Hyrule World Atlas from the 1997 Zelda 64 overdump! (@zel640) January 19, 2021

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