The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 2 appears in the source code linked to Nintendo 64
Described as one of the most important releases in media history, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is undeniably one of the pillars of the video game world. The title not only showed the unlimited potential of games in a 3D space, but it also inspired thousands of young minds with its fascinating history.
Even today, many still consider it the best game of all time, with its nature paving the way for some of the best and best experiences available today. Nintendo seems to have known the game's potential when it launched Ocarina of Time in 1998, as the source code for the N64 and NES leaked online suggests a sequel.
The leak indicates a game with the same title with the files referring to the sequence simply named Z_Ocarina2, which presumably means that the title would have been The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 2. Currently, it is a mystery to understand whether the files are referring to up to a direct sequence or not. After all, Link went back in time before the events of the game took place at the end of the original story, preventing Ganondorf's rise to power. Unfortunately, we are only talking about files, as there are no prototypes of the sequence, as happened in some games, including Star Fox 2, Super Mario Kart and Yoshi's Island, whose data has always been discovered in some codes.
The massive leak of source codes continues to be found by dataminers: who knows if they can find anything else.
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