Four Swords Adventures was the least successful Zelda game, selling less than half a million copies, but it was also my first ever Zelda game. So this little video made by Beta64, a YouTube user dedicated to finding information on beta versions of popular games, was a very fun and informative video for me.

Beta64 covers potential reasons on why the Japan-only Navi Trackers, a game mode within Four Swords Adventures, was left out of the North American, European, and Australian versions of the game. He also discovers unused game graphics, like shields, swords, items, maps, and enemies left out of the final version of the game. He finally goes on to cover unused text, which includes text talking about the Magic Meter, sages, and the Master Sword, all left out from the final game.

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