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TechnologyThe original 'Legend of Zelda' has a massive hidden area that one player finally opened, more than 30 years later

20:31  04 january  2019
20:31  04 january  2019 Source:   businessinsider.com

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The original ' Legend of Zelda ' has a massive hidden area that one player finally opened , more than 30 years later . The original game's open -world environment was massive at the time, and half of that world was hidden from players — it's known as the "minus world."

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The original 'Legend of Zelda' has a massive hidden area that one player finally opened, more than 30 years later© Nintendo/YouTube The original "Legend of Zelda" for the Nintendo Entertainment System is a massive, open-world game - and it could've been even bigger.

That's because the game's voluminous open-world was actually cut in half before the game's release; the lower half is known as the game's "minus world," where elements of the game could be tested by its developers at Nintendo.

Here's a look at what that means in practice:

The original 'Legend of Zelda' has a massive hidden area that one player finally opened, more than 30 years later© Nintendo/YouTube

The concept of an unplayable, existing section of a game has been around for decades.

The original "Super Mario Bros." notoriously has a glitch that enables players to access hundreds of hidden levels - many of which are full of bizarre, often broken elements - and it's far from the only one. Even modern games often contain elements that are hidden from players; entire levels, enemies, bosses, and sections of story are relegated to these hidden places.

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However, The Legend of Zelda could have actually been more of a sci-fi series. An early script for the game suggested that the Triforce itself was actually a The Legend of Zelda was a bit more complex than most games that came before it. With its emphasis on exploration and puzzle solving, Nintendo

Since the original Legend of Zelda first launched 30 years ago today, Link has starred in many adventures, each one like a retelling of an ancient fable. The core ingredients are almost always the same — you have a hero named Link, a princess named Zelda , and a villain named Ganon.

In the case of the original "Legend of Zelda," a full half of the game's open-world environment was employed as a "minus world."

The original 'Legend of Zelda' has a massive hidden area that one player finally opened, more than 30 years later© Nintendo/YouTube

Through some code manipulation across several hours, one intrepid YouTube creator managed to break through the game's barriers and access the massive section of the game.

What he found, unsurprisingly, is mostly a mess.

That's because the minus world was never intended for players - it was an area where code could be tested, and played, before being implemented into the playable game. As such, enemies glitch into existence, and text is often garbled, and some of the areas look like replicas of areas you may have seen in the game (albeit with weird aberrations). You probably don't want to play this stuff, as interesting as it looks.

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The Legend of Zelda is a fantasy action-adventure video game franchise created by Japanese game designers Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka.

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That said, it's a fascinating look into a gaming classic during its creation - check out the full video right here:

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