The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time It is one of the best video games in the history of Nintendo, which marked a generation and which made this franchise one of the biggest after the success of the Nintendo 64 title.
While gamers may believe that going through the game about 1,000 times they saw everything there was to see from Ocarina of Time, They recently found a VHS tape from 1997, which has never-before-seen footage of the Nintendo classic prototype..
As he recalls the report published on the website of nintenderosVHS included a series of advertisements at the beginning, for movies or video games. A netizen discovered on an old tape what appears to be the prototype of the game.
An unprecedented castle that was not in the video game
As we can see in the following images and videos, Link runs through the brick corridor and through a castle that did not appear in the final version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time..
It was @tanks404 who shared the prototype of the Nintendo 64 video game on social networks: “As promised, a new VHS capture, and this is another N64 promo! This one covers the spring 1997 lineup and includes some snippets of some footage from OoT prototype not yet documented!”.
“We have new unreleased and extended footage from Ocarina of Time! All thanks to @tanks404 for kindly capturing and sharing this rare VHS tape. Here are all 365 frames of Zelda 64 footage, edited back into one continuous sequence.. Slowed down version to follow”, wrote the tweeter Mr Talida.
The user added: “I’ve really slowed down this section showing the castle town. It starts with footage of an alley we’ve seen before, but the clip ends with 3 glorious new stills of Link running past a house in the city. This map has eluded us in every leak so far, so every frame is like found gold!”.