The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a legendary game that many see as the best ever. This translates to a ton of fans looking to pay tribute to him in different ways. One of these efforts is a reverse engineering project that could make a native PC version possible.
As reported VGC.com, a group of fans known as the Zelda Reverse Engineering Team (ZRET), managed to decompile The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Thanks to his 2-year effort, the Nintendo classic was converted into C code, which can be read by any modern computer.
It is worth mentioning that the mission of the ZRET team is not over. What happens is that you are also working to do the same kind of reverse engineering with other versions of Ocarina of Time, starting with the Master Quest which debuted on the Nintendo GameCube. So it is a matter of time before other versions of Ocarina of Time are supported in the same way.
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A true feat that will make gaming fans happy
It is a feat that represents a huge achievement for different communities. At first it will be appreciated by enthusiasts of video game preservation, since it will allow to have a version of the game outside of the original hardware and emulators. It will also be appreciated by modders, as it allows them to unleash their imaginations and do incredible things with Ocarina of Time.
Perhaps what most people look forward to most of this achievement is that we have a PC version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time run natively. As you probably remember, a long time ago fans decompiled Super Mario 64, which allowed to create a version for PC and many other platforms. It is a mystery how long we will have to wait to see such a launch, but it seems that its existence is inevitable.
What do you think about this new? Do you think this will lead us to many ports of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time as it happened with Super Mario 64? Tell us in the comments.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time it debuted in 1998 on the Nintendo 64. Since then it has received re-releases on consoles such as the Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U, and Nintendo Switch. It also had a remake for the Nintendo 3DS that was released in 2011.
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