You might think that seeing the end credits of a game means you've totally mastered it, but for Runnerguy2489, that isn't anywhere near satisfying enough. Nope, this dude doesn't consider a game "done" until he's finished it blindfolded - and not just finished, but totally busted open with every item collected and quest fulfilled.

That's exactly what he did with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Not content with taking the game apart with the use of his eyeballs, he 100 percent finished the N64 classic with all mini-games completed, every piece of heart collected and all of the Gold Skulltulas killed - all whilst totally devoid of sight thanks to the cloth bag on his bonce.

It's not the first time we've seen this kind of tomfoolery attempted - earlier this year, Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! was bested by a blindfolded pugilist at Awesome Games Done Quick 2015 (incidentally, Runnerguy2489 played through the opening three dungeons of Ocarina of Time at the same event and helped to raise $1.5 million for the Prevent Cancer Foundation).

Compared to Punch-Out!!, Ocarina of Time is a much more challenging undertaking, with a massive, largely open world to explore and plenty of opportunity to get hopelessly lost. That's why this attempt took Runnerguy2489 a whopping 103 hours, 10 minutes and eight seconds, although he also spent a large amount of time familiarising himself with the game prior to taking on the insane challenge. More data on the run can be found here.

This is the stuff that legends are made of, indeed.

[source eurogamer.net]