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Zelda: Ocarina Of Time just got a brutal sequel you can download free

Zelda: Ocarina Of Time just got a brutal sequel you can download free

Zelda fans need to check this out!

It’s widely considered that Ocarina of Time isn't just one of the best The Legend of Zelda games, but also one of the best video games of all time, and I agree.

Upon its release, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time garnered a legendary score of 99 on the aggregate website Metacritic earning the “Must-Play” accolade and cementing itself as arguably the greatest video game ever. Ocarina of Time was first released for the Nintendo 64 in 1998 and it was the first game in the series to be fully 3D with a huge (for its time) open world.

Check out the Ocarina of Time 3D trailer below!

In 2011, the Nintendo 3DS received a fantastic Ocarina of Time remake and if you haven't checked that out already, you need to. However, given that the Nintendo 3DS eShop is no more, your best bet for playing that remake is by picking up a physical copy, which can be bought for around £20, give or take.

The original Ocarina of Time also received a sequel (of sorts) with the critically acclaimed The Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask in 2000, once again released on the Nintendo 64. Sadly, Majora's Mask would be the last that we’d see of the N64 entries (other than Majora's Mask 3D in 2015).

That being said, a dedicated team of modders have taken matters into their own hands by creating a new and brutal sequel to Ocarina of Time and you can download it now for free via The fan-made sequel in question is called Ultimate Trial and as the name of the website suggests, you will need a ROM of Ocarina of Time to play it on PC.

“Link and Navi find themselves deep within the Lost Woods as they stumble upon a mysterious stronghold. Not knowing what will await them, they are courageous enough to enter it,” reads the description of Ultimate Trial.

The description continues: “Ultimate Trial includes new characters, locations, and music as well as custom enemies and upgradeable equipment within a new, unique story.”

Ultimate Trial promises to be a challenge even for the most hardened The Legend of Zelda fans but there is at least an option to adjust the difficulty via the pause menu screen. Hopefully, Nintendo won't pull this non-profit fan-made sequel from all existence.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask are also both playable on Nintendo Switch for subscribers of Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion.

Featured Image Credit: Nintendo/Ultimate Trial Team

Topics: Mods, Nintendo, PC, Retro Gaming, The Legend Of Zelda