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Ocarina of Time Glitch Allows for Speed Run of Less than 25 Minutes

A bit of light entertainment for the weekend - by simultaneously dying and killing Gohma and exploiting the subsequent warp, a player finds himself at the Ganon boss fight in mere minutes.



Patrick Kijek Contributing Writer

04/15/2012 at 06:45 PM

What's with all of the crazy jumping backwards and warping through concrete? I have no idea how this person would even think to do that. 

Nick DiMola Director

04/16/2012 at 10:12 AM

I always find this kind of stuff pretty neat, but I have no idea how people figure this stuff out. In any event, this is a really wild one. Very cool to see it in action - the real glitch part doesn't happen until about 13 minutes, but the means in which he gets to and through the temple is also pretty interesting.

Angelo Grant Staff Writer

04/16/2012 at 11:42 AM

Oh internet, it's the little gems like this that make slugging through the pile of crap you normally spew my direction totally worth it!

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