The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time comparison - Original (1999) vs fan-made Unreal Engine 4 (2017)

DSOGaming writes: "As you already know, CryZENx has been working on a fan-made remake of a number of environments and characters from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in Unreal Engine 4. But how does this fan-made remake compares to the original game? Well, time to find out."

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Moonman1314d ago

Nintendo should hire this dude. His dedication and talent is obvious.

RavenWolfx1314d ago

All he will get from Nintendo is a cease and desist letter.

Glemt1314d ago

Nintendo doesn't need people that recreate their work in different, unlicensed engines. If this guy showed creativity in the way that he invented things that were fitting to a Zelda game, then yes. But like this? I don't think he would be of not much use to Nintendo.

CrazedFiend1314d ago

You're right. He should show his creativity and ingenuity by making a Mario game...

Glemt1313d ago

@ CrazedFiend

Lol : D

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mastiffchild1314d ago

Whatever your opinion on each project like this I cant help but get upset at Nintendos stance on it all. They have some of the best, most creative and fanatical supporters in the World, do they deserve them?

The whole AM2R award ban fiasco showed how out of touch and petty the company is over its precious ip and for fan mades theres just no need. They stand to lose,nothing and gain plenty by praising and thanking these guys-the good press alone would be a huge boost but no.

We all, or most of us anyway, love Nintendos games. They made and continue to make some incredible franchise entries, innovate in the console space and can be relied upon to do things their way. Sadly, their treatment of fans, youtube reviewers etc and nasty understocking practises(seriously, theyre the scalpers best mates, why do it? Its your gaming customers suffering and being ripped off)taint my impression of them as a modern company.

Sony and MS have their own crosses to bear, thats for certain but Nintendos attitude to their amazing fans and people that want to review their games is pretty despicable and unfitting of the family friendly image they like to project. Nothing family friendly about the NES mini shortages and people forced to pay many times the fifty bucks for the things.just to build hype.

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