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"That's it? That was all that was in the game?! What a rip off!"

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The famous Zelda game on the N64, that was the first Zelda game in 3D.

GameplayEdit

The gameplay is the famous Zelda gameplay, but translated to 3D, and it introduces new functions such as the hookshot, and many other new aspects.

Ura Zelda Edit

during development, Ocarina of Time was originally going to be on the N64DD, although later in development, the developers decided to put Ocarina of Time on a normal Nintendo 64 cartridge, which led to many features being cut, such as the time being in real-time, and Link's footprints being in the sand forever. Ura Zelda would have restored these removed features, in addition to adding more content, such as 2 extra tunics, more locations, more dungeons,and many more. However, despite development of the game being complete, the expansion for Ocarina of Time, never got released, despite this, there was later Ocarina of Time: Master Quest, which is basically a harder version of Ocarina of Time.

Leftovers Edit

Despite Ura Zelda never being released, there were many leftovers for the game, the most famous leftover being the Ura Zelda save file, which can be created in 2 ways: one is done by Cartridge Tilting while creating a file on a copy of the game that has beaten Ganon and saw the ending movie, and another way is to Cartridge Tilt while saving.

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