Ocarina Of Time 3D - Bug Gerudo Fortress

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Nov 4, 2012
  1. Darkrai
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    A few minutes ago, I was playing OoT3D. After killing the boss of the Shadow Temple, I decided to collect some pieces of heart. After completing two heart containers, I went to Gerudo Fortress to continue the story. Following my way, I ascend to the highest roof in the right corner (where you have to climb a plant), and upon arriving at the tip, a Gerudo guard sees me down there and Link extends his hands.

    How is it down there, and can not reach me, the game is stopped and the menu just hangs forever (Including the Start button). As I did not save and had to close the game, I returned at the beginning of Shadow temple. :hateit:

    Anyone ever had the same problem?
     


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    No. Maybe your cartridge was a little loose.
     
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    Strange glitch, but Ive never heard of such a case. If it happens again, your cart may be corrupted, so I would play through and test it again.
     
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    I've never had this issue, on any version of the game, including 3DS.

    So just to clarify, your problem is that a gerudo guard somehow sees you when you're at the top of the building, and the game freezes because the guard can't get to you and throw you in prison. Am I right?

    If that's the case, then it has nothing to do with your cart being faulty. It was probably just a freak glitch. I would play again and not worry about it.

    That said, some friendly advice: It never hurts to save. I save just about every time I do something important (get a key, an item, a heart container, etc). :)
     
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    Member Jiehfeng The Moon over the Sun

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    Lemme try tht glitch!!! ^_^
    There are so many other awesome glitches. One, I did using a video. Can't seem to find it though... It was about killing those jumping enemies. How to make them invisible or somethin
     
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    You should check out the "Adult Link Jabu-Jabu's Belly" glitch. That wasn't discovered until pretty recently. I know it works in OoT 3D, but idr if it works in the N64 version.
     
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    Lol, I just searched for glitches and that glitch came up.
    Hmm, I'll make a new save and start over using glitches :lol:
     
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    For me Ganon and ganondorf was like the second easiest boss battles in the game.
    The hardest in my opinion was the jabu jabu boss
     
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    That is indeed a weird glitch. I'll have to check out the adult link in jabu jabu one. I love messing with cool glitches.
     
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    Me too :D
     
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    If anyone want to know how and doesn't want to bother with watching a video, (like me) here ya go:

    As an adult, Link must approach the ice slope that replaces Jabu-Jabu and walk along its left edge. The Hover Boots can guarantee this. If done correctly, Link will walk into jabu-jabu's belly.
    That's it, I gotta try it now!
     
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    Sorry for double post, browser glitchin out atm and won't let me edit my last post properly.
    Anyway, check this out for more cool shiz:
    http://www.zeldawiki.org/Glitches_in_Ocarina_of_Time_3D

    Had to share this with u guys! :D
    Def doin jabu jabu, farore's wind and ice arrows glitches!
    Have fun.
     
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    Thanks for that, I just wasted 1 hour and 36 minutes of working time looking at Zelda glitches that I've already seen a hundred times. I get distracted too easily!
     
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    You can do it without the hover boots too: That's how I do it all the time. it just takes a few tries.

    You can also "complete" the dungeon, too. All you need to know is, in that room where you normally have to shoot the ceiling switch with the boomerang, just target, side jump off the edge, and fire at the right moment.
     
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    I remember hearing about a glitch that could be used to finish the game in 20 mins or less, but atm i still hadnt bought OoT so i couldnt try, does anyone remember (or link me to it)?
     
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    this is the one I think you are on about

     
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    Hmmm...
    Even if they could see you (which would be ridiculous), in the N64 version, the fadeout happens regardless if the guard gets to you.
    Maybe the 3DS is just dumb.

    Maybe you should just get to the Spirit Temple as a child to learn the Requiem of Spirit.

    EDIT: I forgot, I haven't told you guys yet!
    N64 WORLD RECORD BABY!

     
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    Can anyone make a thread containing all the Ocarina of Time 3d Glitches? If not, I'll make one ;)
     
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    I really don't think there's a point, honestly. There's already multiple Zelda and retro game wikis that already have lists like that.
     
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    There are already sites like jaytheham that document every glitch; I don't see a point to mirroring it.
     
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