Fans reproduced the Spaceworld 1997 demo of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

One thing that always impresses people is the projects that Nintendo fans can successfully create. This may involve many aspects, but fan games and entertainment are often the most concerned. The latest example is no exception, because it is a beta version of the 1997 “Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time” demo version of Nintendo Space World. The goal of the project was to recreate the 3 game “tours” available in the original demo.

The project is called Ocarina of Time – Spaceworld ’97 Experience, and a beta version was launched to celebrate the anniversary of the game and Spaceworld 1997. Spaceworld is Nintendo’s annual expo. They are held in Japan to showcase video game software and hardware from Japan. From 1989 to 2001.

Since some parts of the presentation must be pieced together, it is not “100% accurate”. However, since part of the original demonstration was found on the F-Zero X development cartridge, and the material notorious for being called “gigaleak”, it still contained a lot of accuracy. The developer of the project stated that the release trailer was recorded on a real Nintendo 64, which can be seen below.