The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is possibly the most popular classic game of all time. Nowadays it feels very limited and the game’s major features like a 3D environment are clunky. Yet, fans have worked tirelessly to find out just what makes the classic Nintendo game tick. Dedicating countless days to figuring out the core of Zelda, fans have finally made great progress in the last few years. After countless discoveries of glitches and code execution to beat the game instantly, glitch hunters finally have The Legend of Zelda decompiled. The Zelda Reverse Engineering Team has finally completed The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time decompilation.
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What Does The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Decompilation Actually Mean?
Much like the project that tackled Super Mario 64 just a little over a year ago, the same is happening to OoT. Despite being in the same vein as the recently taken down GTA reverse-engineered projects, Nintendo has not stopped the modder’s progress. Now with Ocarina of Time receiving the same code extrapolation, it’s safe to say speed runs will look much different. The Legend of Zelda decompilation team sets its sights on bigger projects. After a long endeavor, the sights of the team are now set on Majora’s Mask, the second N64 Zelda game. Also utilizing much of the Ocarina of Time’s code, this project should yield even better results. While glitch discoveries will take time to develop new tricks, it’s safe to say this will be a huge help. As only time will tell, new projects using this reverse-engineered code should be coming soon. Be sure to check back for more news on what The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time decompilation leads to.
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