Feast your eye(ghost)s on this!
Due to the diligent work of Forest of Illusion as well as Twitter users Render Archive and Nintoid, we now have high-quality scans of Nintendo’s 1996 company report! At first glance, it would seem that nothing out of the ordinary seemed to be included in this report. However, one section of the report features screenshots from the long-lost Super Mario 64 extended B-Roll.
5 of these screenshots are particularly special because they feature a previously unseen stage from an earlier build of Super Mario 64. This stage appears to take place in an underwater ghost level that is nowhere to be seen in the final release. Interestingly, when these screenshots are played together, you can almost get a sense of what the level would have played like.