Category: Oracle of Seasons

Fans of spicy food and game-themed food enthusiasts can both find cause to celebrate, as the fine chefs over at Lvl.1 Chef have published the recipe to Lava Soup. Lava Soup, featured in Oracle of Seasons, is a trading item made of actual lava and magma, but the chefs used spiciness for obvious reasons. The recipe specifically uses habenero peppers to create an extremely spicy taste, and also calls for tomatoes, onions, garlic, red bell peppers, salt, pepper, vegetable oil…

Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons are without question two of the most underrated Zelda games in the franchise. After their simultaneous release for the Gameboy in the early 2000s, these games were not held in high regard. Despite the fact that they are now available on the Nintendo Virtual Console for the 3DS system family, these games have not been widely played by long-time fans of the Legend of Zelda, having been overshadowed by the more popular 3D…

It’s finally here! It’s with great pleasure and pride that we at Zelda Informer welcome all you Zelda fans to Zelda Informer’s Best Zelda Ever: 2017 Edition! It’s been awhile since the last time Zelda Informer put together a list like this, and in that time, a lot has happened. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was finally released; longtime editors left, while new editors joined; opinions changed, games aged for better and for worse; and even Zelda…

Dr.Wily does a lot of Zelda video analyses on various aspects of the series, such as an interesting video series on the evolution of different races in the Zelda franchise. In this series, Dr.Wily tries to track what changes were made to a race’s design and how certain characteristics of the race changed. His previous entries include an analysis of the Kokiri and the evolution of the Deku, for example. The particular episode above is dedicated to the Poe. The Poe first appeared in A Link…

During the month of November, we at Zelda Informer have came up with an averaged out list of the best Zelda games ever, which will be unveiled next week on November 30th. This is also the place to remind you that you can win a slick bag with the Shiekah logo embroidered on it, courtesy of our friends at Musterbrand. All you need to do is go to the original post, and leave a comment saying what you think our list will look like….

Hey everyone, and welcome to Zelda Informer’s Best Zelda Ever 2017 Announcement / Contest Thread. You can think of this post as a trailer for our list, which will be published in full on November 30th. Please take a minute to watch the video above to get all of the details. Finished? Awesome. Let’s go over some logistics. As stated in the video, you have a chance to win a pretty sweet bag embroidered with the Sheikah logo courtesy of…

Our Best Dungeon tournament continues with two new titles. As Turtle Rock and Arbiter’s Grounds duke it our in yesterday’s poll, our first Wild Card winner takes on the winning dungeon of Majora’s Mask. Sword & Shield Maze (Oracle of Seasons) Vs. Stone Tower Temple (Majora’s Mask) The Sword & Shield Maze earned a healthy victory against Four Swords Adventures‘ Temple of Darkness in the Wild Card Round, earning a spot here in Round 1. Let’s see how this dungeon…

I adore Hyrule Warriors, but with the release of Fire Emblem Warriors, the chances of Koei Tecmo releasing more DLC for Hyrule Warriors in the future is unlikely. However, there are still plenty of viable options and features that can be added into a Hyrule Warriors sequel, especially since Breath of the Wild came out earlier this year. With that in mind, I’ve compiled a wishlist of things I would want to have added in a sequel of this addictive…

It’s Showtime, ladies and gentlemen! After three intense weeks of voting on each game in the series, we’re finally ready to kick off Round 1 of our Best Dungeon tournament. The best dungeon in each title has been decided, the brackets have been set, and the true clash of champions is ready to begin. We begin this premier round with the winning dungeons from Oracle of Seasons and Four Swords Adventures. Sword & Shield Maze (Oracle of Seasons) Vs. Temple of Darkness…

The Oracle games are notable for featuring three animal companions with very different special abilities that shape the gameplay. Dimitri is a Dodongo capable of swimming up waterfalls and against strong river currents; Moosh is a flying bear that can hover in the air for quite some time, allowing Link to cross holes in the land safely; and Ricky is a boxing kangaroo that can jump short distances and scale walls with Link in his pouch. Depending on how the…