Category: Oracle of Seasons

Beyond its own lineup of iconic franchises, Japanese game company Capcom is known for its collaborations with Nintendo on Zelda titles like Oracle of Seasons, Oracle of Ages, Four Swords, and The Minish Cap. Who would’ve guessed that a prominent member of the modding scene would one day take a piece of this developer’s catalog and put it directly into a Nintendo 64 classic? That very thing happened recently, as modder Manikku announced on their X profile that The Legend of…

As the Zelda series continues to grow in popularity, I wouldn’t be surprised if we get a new entry or, at the very least, a remaster in the 2D facet of the series. With the Nintendo Switch successor looming over the horizon of 2025, perhaps we may even receive it as a launch title. Although, for the time being this may well be a pipe dream, allow me to pose the question: What art style would you like to see…

Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa has announced a June Nintendo Direct in the same X post as the update pertaining to the successor to the Nintendo Switch. One could argue that, since we’re still more than a few weeks from the start of June, it may be too early to speculate on what Nintendo has in store for the event. However, I doubt such an argument will stop hype and hopes for specific announcements from building. So, let’s get a jump…

The year is 2024. Video games are pushing graphical and technological boundaries, constantly broadening our perspective on what the medium is capable of. New hardware and AI technology open the door for new possibilities as we creep ever closer to games that are indistinguishable from real life. Amidst this sea of innovation, a new Game Boy game was released. No, I didn’t say a Game Boy-inspired game, but a real, bona fide Game Boy game. Developed by Pie For Breakfast…

A new video has been uploaded to the Zelda Dungeon YouTube channel! You can watch it right here! Join us as we discuss the Zelda timeline, other headcanons, and good ways to play the series! What did you think of the video? Let us know in the comments below! Zelda Dungeon YouTubeZelda Dungeon’s YouTube channel is the place to be for The Legend of Zelda walkthroughs, guides, let’s plays, podcasts, mailbag and more! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@zeldadungeon/ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/zeldadungeon www.youtube.com/@zeldadungeon

The Zelda series is full of vibrant starting areas that make you feel right at home. From the lush Kokiri Forest in Ocarina of Time to the majestic islands of Skyloft in Skyward Sword, there are plenty of places I would pack my bags for and visit in a heartbeat. There are, however, a few in-game starter locales that don’t quite make my bucket list. Hyrule in A Link Between Worlds/A Link to the Past, for instance, doesn’t quite hit…

As the melodies of Musical March Madness echo in the near future, I can’t help but reflect on how enthusiastic the community has been on voting for their favorite songs over the years, and how contentious some of the debates are over what songs belong at the top of the list. Every year, songs that I love and enjoy get left in the dust, and while I’ll be the first to admit that my musical tastes are questionable at times,…

Depending on which Zelda title you’re playing, you may or may not get the chance to meditate on a given boss name while your main focus is on feeling out their weak spots to bring them down. Until Ocarina of Time, bosses presented themselves unannounced, so you wouldn’t know them by name unless you read supplemental materials or used a guide. From then on, whether or not you get to see the boss name for a fight tends to divide…

We can all agree that Tears of the Kingdom is a sprawling game. With the Sky Islands and The Depths to explore, along with the morphed landscape of Hyrule, the sheer level of content and routes you can take as a player is almost overwhelming. I give the game huge props for telling a compelling story around Princess Zelda, and for introducing new threats and elements to the gameplay, but I can’t help but feel like exploring the same map…

Earlier this year, we published an article highlighting a video that discussed the framework of Ocarina of Time as a viable Dungeons & Dragons campaign. It got me thinking: What other Zelda games would work best in tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) format? According to comic book news outlet CBR, these are the ten elements that make up a successful D&D campaign: An engaging hook Backstories of the characters A conflict or goal that drives the story A compelling villain An explorable world Access…