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Ocarina Of Time remake makes Bottom Of The Well 1000 times more horrifying

Kate Harrold

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Ocarina Of Time remake makes Bottom Of The Well 1000 times more horrifying

Featured Image Credit: CryZENx via YouTube

It’s a major year for The Legend of Zelda fans. Six years after Breath of the Wild released, which may just be the greatest Nintendo Switch game of all-time, the highly-anticipated sequel Tears of the Kingdom is finally on the way.

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Nintendo’s upcoming title is set to launch on 12 May and if the trailers are anything to go by, it looks as if Tears of the Kingdom is set to be a much darker sequel compared to its predecessor. I confess, I’m not the biggest The Legend of Zelda fan but it’s okay because the GAMINGbible team is packed full of them - and I have to listen to them debate the pros and cons of weapon degradation on a weekly basis. Don’t bring it up with a Zelda fan. You’ve been warned. I digress. What I’m saying is, Tears of the Kingdom is teasing a creepy tale, but this Ocarina of Time remake just made the Bottom of The Well 100 times more terrifying.

Take a look at the trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom below.

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For the uninitiated, I’ll quickly explain the Bottom of the Well. It’s essentially a dark, dank mini-dungeon in Ocarina of Time filled with illusions that, if you ask me, are certain to fill you with dread. It is optional, but you will need to take it on if you want to nab the handy Lens of Truth. YouTuber CryZENx has decided to take that level of dread up a notch though, creating an even more horrifying version of the dungeon for their Unreal Engine 5 Ocarina of Time remake.

I tend to find playing something like this much more intimidating than watching someone else play but I won’t lie, CryZENx’s playthrough of the build has left me feeling a bit unsettled. Can we take a moment to appreciate how terrifying Dead Hand looks? That’s some Resident Evil level horror right there.

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One viewer wrote, “I remember how scary Dead Hand was in the original but totally lost its fear factor in the 3DS remake, and you just managed to make it even more scarier than the original,” while another said, “The blood effect looks amazing. This gives such a creepy vibe.” Very creepy indeed.

Topics: The Legend Of Zelda, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch

Kate Harrold
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