Ocarina of Time Speedrunner beats the game in five-minute Smash Bros demo [UPDATED]


The masterpieces of Super Smash Bros. Brawl are timed demos for old Nintendo games, and one racer beat Ocarina of Time in her 5-minute Masterpiece trial.

Update (2/11/2021 4:15 PM CDT): October 31, streamer Save state uploaded a video of their new world record for the speedrun Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time / Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Savestate’s video posted a time of 3: 41: 833, potentially setting a new world record.

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Speedrunning records are usually impressive in themselves, but a runner has managed to beat a match within a match: they are done. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time inside the game environment for Super Smash Bros. Brawl, all under a 5-minute game clock. Not only that, but they discovered how to run two different routes to reach the impressive record.


In Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the “Masterpieces” menu option allows players to experience timed trials of older Nintendo games. The intention was apparently to introduce players to the famous titles that different Super Smash Bros. characters from. In Fight, 14 NES, SNES, Super Famicom and Nintendo 64 games have been included in the Masterpieces menu as demos. The original Donkey kong, F-Zero, and Star Fox 64 were some of the games selected for the collection. Each had a time limit to narrow down the experience, ranging from 30 seconds to 5 minutes. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was one of the games with a 5 minute limit attached.

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Covered by Nintendo lover, speedrunner Savestate figured out how to finish Ocarina of time in the ridiculously short constraints beset by Super Smash Bros. BrawlThe masterpieces. They managed to get the match credit streak in the match in an incredible time of 4 minutes and 38 seconds. While the preconfigured save files are provided by Time Trials, they only have a moderate level of completion, placing the hero Link in the Temple of Time with a rest of the game’s history to walk through. . Reaching the credits required a specific sequence of jumps and manipulations possible only within the limits of Ocarina of timeThe masterpiece version. And for those who saw go straight to the credits as cheating, Savestate even found out how to beat the final boss Ganon with those same constraints and very little time to spare.

Ocarina of Time Ganon

World speedrun record, as the lowest% of 24 hours Twilight Princess race which was completed recently are often worthy of recognition and praise, but the Savestate record occupies a different stratum of niche difficulty. Few can say that they not only achieved a full game’s credit streak in a timed demo, but also did so in the engine of an entirely different game. Following their success, Savestate is still running The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and they still hope to hone their skills.

Fast speedruns for Super Smash Bros. continue, including second-best times for the Sephiroth time trial in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. And THE Legend of Zelda still sports one of the most active and competitive speedrunning communities in the world. Earlier this year, new jumps allowed the famous Wind waker world record finally broken. Savestate’s intriguing run is unlikely to be the last remarkable gameplay feat to come out of this dedicated community.

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