So you’ve finished some of your favorite game more times than you can count. You know all the shortcuts and can even finish them in one sitting. What’s your next challenge? If you’re YouTuber KarlJobst, you play and finish three Nintendo 64 games.
Link isn’t known for being flashy or even stylish, but fans still associate him and his series with bling, thanks to Nintendo’s tradition of releasing gold cartridges and systems for The Legend of Zelda games. The talented console modder Zoki64 and his customer steal that trick from Nintendo and then some by making a sparkly Ocarina of Time-themed Nintendo 64.
The Zelda games have some pretty cool treasure chests and if you want one for yourself, you don’t need to plunder a dungeon or defeat a boss to get one. This neat musical life-sized treasure chest based on the ones in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask should fill the bill.
How long did it take for you to beat Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Days? Weeks? Months? Hey, me too. It’s not a game that you can complete in under a half hour. Well, not normally. However, one guy has managed to beat the game in just 23 minutes.
Not happy with the lineup of games available for the Kindle Fire? Here’s some good news if you want some N64 action on your tablet. A developer has created an emulator that will allow you to play classic Nintendo 64 games on Amazon’s Kindle Fire.
Link is one of the most cosplayed video game characters partly because his clothes and gear are relatively simple, but of course it takes extra effort to make a spot-on Link. The Zelda Project not only want to bring Link to life, they want to make an Ocarina of Time short film.