The Legend Of Zelda [GC – Space World 2000 Tech Demo]

The Legend Of Zelda [GC – Space World 2000 Tech Demo]


This video was shown at Space World of 2000, and exceeded every Zelda fan’s expectations. The same tech demo was shown in May, at E3 2001. Rumors say a playable demo was even introduced behind closed doors at the same event. By now you know that the graphics in this video were scrapped for a cell-shaded style. While Wind Waker (the GameCube Zelda title) did not display these detailed graphics, Twilight Princess had a more similar style.

Thanks to Jay for the english corrections!

italian_flag.jpg [spoiler /Clicca qui per la versione in Italiano/ /Nascondi la versione in Italiano/]Questo video venne mostrato per la prima volta allo Space World del 2000, e com’era prevedibile riuscì ad entusiasmare ogni appassionato della serie di Zelda. Lo stesso filmato venne riproposto a Maggio all’E32001, e a sentire alcuni addetti ai lavori sembra che una demo giocabile con questa grafica fu realmente presentata a porte chiuse durante la stessa fiera. Come ormai sappiamo questo filmato non portò a nulla di compiuto: il primo Zelda per GameCube fu Wind Waker, dallo stile completamente diverso, mentre Twilight Princess, seppur più simile a questo vecchio video, non ne è comunque una derivazione.[/spoiler]

[Original intro in italian by Bakke, english translation by Sba sb3002]



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  1. Zack

    I noticed in the spaceword 2000 video that Link and Ganondorf’s character models are similar to ones used in other gamecube games. Link looks like the Link in the gamecube version of soul caliber 2 and ganondorf looks the ganondorf in super smash bros melee.

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