Zelda: Ocarina Of Time Glitch Opens Up 23-Minute Speed Run


Posted April 16, 2012 - By Adam Rosenberg



The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time may be approaching its 15th anniversary, but it's in the news today because of a newly posted 22min 42sec speed run that is made possible by a recently discovered glitch (via Joystiq). This applies to the Nintendo 64 console version of the game; it's not clear if the same trick will work on the GameCube or Nintendo 3DS releases.

As an added bonus, those who beat the game using this exploit get to do so as Child Link. The trick is to defeat Gohma and then activate the warp gate without being sent through it, an event that the game deals with by catapulting you to the endgame portion of Link's adventure. The video above shows a slightly longer version of the speed run by ZeldaFreakGlitcha, who openly admits in the video's info section that he is not responsible for discovering the glitch.

Zelda: Ocarina Of Time Glitch Opens Up 23-Minute Speed Run


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