Category: Oracle of Seasons

The first ten dungeons of our Top 50 dungeons are down below! Make sure to check back next week when 10 more are revealed! Let’s get started!   50. Tower of Hera A Link Between Worlds The Tower of Hera in A Link Between Worlds is where the dungeons of the game really start to get good. Although it’s pretty short, I loved climbing the levels of the tower using the Hammer and the Moles, and I enjoyed the use…

What is the greatest dungeon in the Zelda series? A simple question on the surface, but one with so many layers that it makes finding an answer almost impossible. How does one define ‘great’? Is it the dungeon layout? Perhaps the ways the dungeon item is implemented into the puzzles? Or is it the bombastic boss fight at the end? Surely the music and overall aesthetic play a part? And to be honest – what does being a dungeon in…

Oracle of Ages and Oracles of Seasons were originally released on the Game Boy Color back in 2001. One of the interesting features of these games was their ability to interact with one another. If you completed Oracle of Seasons for example, you could gain access to passwords that would enable you to use items in Oracle of Ages and vice versa. There was also an extended ending which included a battle between Twinrova and Ganon. This is nothing compared to…

Since late 2016, publisher VIZ Media has been releasing special “Legendary Edition” versions of Akira Himekawa’s popular The Legend of Zelda manga series. These deluxe editions — which are available for the Ocarina of Time, Oracle of Ages & Seasons, Majora’s Mask & A Link to the Past, The Minish Cap & Phantom Hourglass, and Four Swords adaptations — have featured new covers and colored art pieces by Himekawa. Fans who have not yet picked up these Legendary Editions now have…

Highlights of the Zelda series, such as Ocarina of Time or Breath of the Wild, stand as staples of the franchise. As a result, however, they tend to outshine other gems, as other games are pushed to the “back burner” and regarded with less value. Whether judging based on nostalgia, quality, accessibility, or attention in the media, some Zelda games tend to fall through the cracks. I would say that Spirit Tracks or The Minish Cap never quite get the…

There are many recurring races in the Zelda series: the often elegant and magical Zora, the proud and stubborn Gorons, and the childlike and innocent Koroks. Of course, then there are some one-offs, like the Minish or the Mogma. However, there’s another race that’s very prevalent in few games, but oddly absent in others. I’m talking about the Deku Scrubs. First appearing in Ocarina of Time and then playing a major role in Majora’s Mask, the Deku Scrubs have seldom…

Where does Oracle of Seasons rank among your favorite Legend of Zelda titles? It often gets lumped together with its sister game, Oracle of Ages, but for this month, it stands on its own two feet. In the latest episode of our new video series, Gooey and I give our definitive ranking of Oracle of Seasons. Just as we did last month, we not only give our opinions, but we post the results of both our staff and public community…

What’s most rewarding about the video games we love and play is that they bring us a rather unique form of comfort. They can help us out after a long and stressful day of work, and they can bring simple joy to those who need it the most. While I’m talking more about mental comfort, there are times when video games can be a unique form of physical comfort as well. That’s what tavingtoncrafts on Etsy is aiming to accomplish…

Buckle in get ready for storytime! We explore all the rumors and whispers surrounding what may be the most high profile game Nintendo never made  The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Secrets! Did this game really use a hourglass to control time? What about having different tunics for light and dark? What was this supposed to play like? And then the real meat of the story – testimony from a supposed translator for Nintendo that played a beta version! You…

There are a handful of us here at Zelda Dungeon who love professional wrestling. While we all don’t have the same preferences when it comes to sports entertainment, we still love what the profession provides. That’s why it’s always nice to see professional wrestlers show their love for not only video games and the Zelda series in general, but to see them also use that love for a good cause. “The Native Beast” Nyla Rose from the wrestling promotion All…