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Explore Zelda’s Temple of Time in a Beautiful 3D Video

by Conner Flynn
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Check out this amazing video created by Michael Eurek of The Legend of Zelda’s Temple of Time. You can take an amazingly breathtaking tour of the temple recreated in 3D. It looks beautiful. No, stunning.

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So stunning that you just wish it was a real place and that you could go on vacation there. Well, this is the next best thing. You can immerse yourself in the world, even though it is for a short time. Michael says:

Several months ago, it was suggested to me by a friend that a fun/challenging exercise would be to recreate an environment from an old game I like using modern techniques. I thought this was a great idea, so I have put together a recreation and personal adaptation of The Temple of Time from The Legend of Zelda.

The footage was captured from Unreal Engine 4. Other software used: Maya, Z-brush, Photoshop

Make sure you check out the video. It will make your day. This is some sweet nerd eye-candy.

[via Geekologie]



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