One of the most legendary stories that took place in the period from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has transpired, the mystery is over Ura Zelda. The project, which as it were add on planned for the N64 title never saw the light of day. This is mainly due to the fact that the planned platform – the 64DD – was not the success hoped for by Nintendo. If you want more information about Creation of Ura Zelda want to have, should you our detailed special on the subject liked that we released this year.
More secrets revealed
The YouTube channel of DidYouKnowGaming? has now revisited the mystery of Ura-Zelda in the current video and revealed some other exciting things that the team of Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto had planned for the 64DD project. As part of the research, countless magazines with interviews from that time were dug out. The Nintendo leak of 2020, in which data from N64 titles ended up on the net, also played a role.
Own masks with face scanning?
Miyamoto has indicated in interviews that he will launch the Game Boy with the N64 associate wanted to. Indeed, references to this function can be found. So an earlier version of Ocarina of Time was apparently with Mario Artist compatible. In Ura-Zelda, the software should be used to record the Game Boy Camera to use for creating your own masks.
Online multiplayer in Ura Zelda?
In 1998, Miyamoto also spoke about online items, which could be used with the 64DD in Zelda. The platform could be connected to the internet. What ideas Nintendo had here is still unknown. A recent interview with Giles Goddard, who was working as a developer at Nintendo at the time, at least revealed that work was actually being done on online functions – but didn’t want (and wasn’t allowed) to go into detail. The full video from DoYouKnowGaming? you can find below.
Birthday of Ocarina of Time
Just a few days ago, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time celebrated that 24th anniversary. The title was first published in Japan in November 1998. A new edition for the 3DS followed in 2011 with Ocarina of Time 3D. In May 2023 awaits us Tears of the Kingdom Link’s next adventure that will be available exclusively on Nintendo Switch.