Following on from those "massive" Nintendo leaks earlier this year, it has now reportedly happened again.
Alleged prototype versions of classic Super Nintendo titles such as Yoshi's Island, Super Mario Kart, and Star Fox 2 have all surfaced online, along with source code. This "gigaleak" is believed to stem from the same one we first reported on in May, which contained source code for the Wii, GameCube, a Pokémon game, the iQue, and much more.
Dylan Cuthbert - the lead developer on four Star Fox titles - has even spotted a tool he made for Star Fox 2:
In addition to what's already been mentioned, the leak also supposedly contains source code for other SNES games like F-Zero, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Mario World, Star Fox, WildTrax (Stunt Race FX) and Dragonfly (Pilotwings).
There's apparently code for the Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, and even The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX, too.
As you can see, there's Yoshi's Island with a different user interface, unused mini-games, a "human character" for Star Fox 2, a prototype "Donkey Kong", a build of Yoshi's Island called "Super Donkey" - featuring an unknown character, and "Zelda 3" sprites.
Additional Star Fox 2 content has also been uncovered. On display are various other cut characters - including designs for a gazelle, bison, hippo, cat, bear, sheep, lemur (via, Eurogamer). There are also some portraits and a brief clip:
It doesn't end with Nintendo's titles, either. There's also been a Konami dump of prototype games - the standout being Super Castlevania IV, featuring a slightly different soundtrack (thanks, Modern Vintage Gamer).
On top of this, there have reportedly been N64 prototypes and source code leaked. You can view all of this in our latest post.
If we see or hear anything else exciting about this leak, we'll be sure to let you know.