Ocarina of Time video: Forest Temple FAP

No more child Link – part four in our series of Ocarina FAPs travels seven years into the future and sees a teenage Link investigating a haunted old castle deep in the forest. Venture inside for a rather cool Zelda dungeon, as well as some of the creepiest music in the entire series.

As for the boss fight… I have a bitch of a time reflecting his energy balls. We later found out there’s a weird half-second delay introduced by the new TV we use to play games in the office. This one nuance ends up making a tough boss a huge pain in the ass, so prepare for a near-comical level of eating shit. Other than that though, it’s a pretty cool dungeon.

Next up: The Fire Temple, where this weird video delay leads to a multi-minute rant. Composure!

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  • chrisat928 - May 31, 2011 6:37 p.m.

  • SpaceCowboy - May 31, 2011 6:40 p.m.

    I actually shouted "YES!" out loud when I saw this was on the site. Really loving these FAPs.
  • AngryScotsman - May 31, 2011 6:41 p.m.

    I HATE THIS TEMPLE IT'S THE WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORST. Err, yeah. I got so lost. Weeping, I began chasing my own mind through doors and windows recreated in the void it had created within my head, my thoughts being transferred to the system. My body is now a shell, controlled through my new form, the Ocarina of Time N64 cartridge. It's really uncomfortable. I HATE THIS TEMPLE IT'S THE WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORST.
  • FVDub - May 31, 2011 7:05 p.m.

    The worst thing about this dungeon were the Wolfos that guarded the forest before the Temple. Those things gave me nightmares as a kid.
  • GhostofTaft - May 31, 2011 7:35 p.m.

    Yeah, Wolfos scared the hell out of me too as a kid. Still, this is one of my favorite temples in the game.
  • woodmxiii - May 31, 2011 7:42 p.m.

    I got so lost in this temple. When I finally figured it out, I felt stupid.
  • Abolish - May 31, 2011 7:53 p.m.

    These FAPs are great guys. Keep up the good work!
  • veryweirdguy - May 31, 2011 7:54 p.m.

    Excellent stuff! One of my favourite temples fo' sho'. And not that anyone will care anymore, but the bottled fairies automatically revive you when you die in Link to the Past as well. Capcha: erandli Buijtenhem <-- WHAT
  • BroGamer - May 31, 2011 8:30 p.m.

    Holy Crap! In Ocairina of Time, the fourth dungeon has you finding four spirits of the Poe's. In Twilight Princess, the fourth dungeon, aka the one in the desert, has you finding FOUR Poe souls!
  • Nap1400 - May 31, 2011 9:12 p.m.

    @BroGamer Obvious nostalgic throwback is obvious. This is one of my favorite dungeons in the Zelda series. And Phantom Ganon is a beast. He's short only to Stallord and Odolwa in my favorite Zelda bosses.
  • Austin_SJ - May 31, 2011 9:26 p.m.

    These faps are so good, it's like Talkradar with video.
  • RODTheMaster - May 31, 2011 9:42 p.m.

    I agree with Elston. This temple has the best music.
  • WalmartSuperstar - May 31, 2011 9:45 p.m.

    I created a username just to tell how much I love the Ocarina of Time FAPs, I've been checking every couple of hours for this one.
  • ChrisCultista - May 31, 2011 10:09 p.m.

    I like the aesthetics of the Forest Temple, but the sameness of the rooms kinda messed me up when I went through it. But I LOVE THE MUSIC!
  • EnragedTortoise1 - May 31, 2011 10:18 p.m.

    And this is why I love you guys.
  • slimjim441 - May 31, 2011 10:49 p.m.

    I love this temple. It's my second favorite dungeon in the game (seconded by the Shadow Temple). The only bad part I can think of was having to fight 3 stalfos without having the Biggoron Sword. They still get me sometimes. @Nap1400 Superfluous redundancies are superfluous. Also, Stallord is one of my favorite boss fights as well, including the cyclops in the Spirit Tracks Fire Temple, the moth thing from ALttP, and of course Dark Link (no Megaton Hammer. Fight him like a man).
  • Bobbety - May 31, 2011 11:11 p.m.

    At the risk of sounding douchey; apparently there are humans in Zelda. According to the Zeldapedia that is...
  • 510BrotherPanda - May 31, 2011 11:50 p.m.

    I still think the Shadow Temple's bongos and shrieking noises are creepier than the Forest Temple's theme. @Bobbety Anyone who isn't a Gerudo, Hylian, Zora, Goron, Kokiri, etc. must be human...right?
  • 510BrotherPanda - June 1, 2011 12:05 a.m.

    Also, it's nice that you pointed out what Districts of San Francisco you guys live in, Chris and Charlie...
  • crumbdunky - June 1, 2011 12:11 a.m.

    I rate OoT as one of the single greatest moments in ALL of gaming rehgardless of platform. however, I on't hold with the belief that ?ninty have rehashed it for every Zelda since but do hiold with the thought that we have had enough already. The 3DS version adds NOTHING iof any value to the game and the graphical gloss is patchy at best and overall pointless and mystifying at worst. Get excited if youmust but the bare fact is if you haven't already played it to death you just aren't going to care about this ANYWAY. By todays standards even the reworked ;look of the game can NEVER have the same magicaleffect the N64 version did at it'sbirth. Seeing Hyrule stretch out when you put the cart in stays with me as much as the beginning of ANY other game before o r since. Up there with HL, with Bioshock, GOW, System shock, Deus Ex or SMG or whatever game you might pray to but it's up there for the originals impact at THAT time and the way it couldn't possibly have been made any better for our minds and tech of the day. now it's different and a million games outstrip this for "WOW" moments and if you don't have the nostalgia to fall back on it's just a slightly old looking Zelda game youngsters struggle to get into. I'm not here to bury OoT 3DS but I certainly won't praise it either as I think a whole, new game would show more respect to people asked to shell out £200 for a Ninty handheld than to offer them a game that ALL of them interested in Zelda AT ALL have already played in one of it's previous guises and most likely on VC for new fans with a Wii(virtually evewry recent convert you would expect)and it takes the Ninty reliance on old franchises toa new level. This isn't like the Sony GOW or Team Ico HD collections as this is the first solid system seller(we're going to think,no?) for the 3DS and it's an OLD game with a bit of slap and that's my issue with it. It shows little respect to the great game's legacy and place in history and even less to people paying through the nose for a system that, so far, has few games of any quality to support buying it. Obviously, I'll end up cursing myself and playing the damn thing again(i'm an idiot for Metroid and Zelda)but that doesn't make what nintendo have done right or fair or even decent. A new system deserves not a GC Zelda(TP on Wii anyone) and 3DS doesn't deserve a N64classic with extra lippy. Why didn't they just make spirit Tracks even better and keep it for 3DS-tome a graphically bursting ST saved for this would have been amazing and then releasing OoT along side would have seemed less cybical and lazy-even a bit lax atm. IDK-I love the FAP vids too because I LOVE OoT but I just cannot get behind this as a business move by the big N as it stinks of being creatively lazy or, worse, empty. Even a new SSB game ould have shown more respect for early 3DS adopters and this just feels a bit like the easiest possible way out. Yeh,still going to buy and play it-idiot,double standard waving tool that I am but at least i know i'm in the wrong and I'm not sure Nintendo do.