Ocarina Of Time Native PC Port
Image: zel. via YouTube

As you might recall, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was successfully reverse-engineered back in November last year - opening the door for ports of the N64 classic.

We heard earlier this week how one group known as the "Harbour Masters" had a PC port that was already 90% complete, and now another native port - by two-person team zel. and vertigo - has surfaced. This one includes widescreen and upscaling support, with more features to be added. This project is also "nearly fully playable". Here's a description along with a look:

"This is a native port of Ocarina of Time to PC, with widescreen and upscaling support. Soon many more features will be added, such as 60fps. All of this footage is 100% real, and the project is nearly fully playable. Though there are minor glitches in this very early gameplay footage, these will soon be resolved."


What do you think of this latest effort? Leave a comment down below.

[source youtu.be, via nme.com]