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NOTE: This review was written by me over 10 years ago. I managed to dig it up from the void, and now I'm sharing it with the world!***********A note for those of you who have read my Oracle of Ages review: the gameplay in Seasons is the same, but the storyline, characters, world, etc. are different. Oh, and Seasons is lighter on puzzles. There, now go play.Now, for the remaining readers, Zelda: Oracle of Seasons is one of the two Oracle games released simultaneously. Both games are independent o...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
*Please note that this review was made to encompass both Seasons AND Ages, and I will post this on both game's pages*Game Review: Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons/AgesThe Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons/ Ages, released May 14, 2001 for the Gameboy Color, are the only two games ( Or at least that I know of ) that are not developed first-party by Nintendo. They are instead developed by a company called Flagship. While this might seem like a death sentence especially considering the popularity...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
The same sprites used for “Link’s Awakening” has been revived with colour making “Oracle of Seasons” twinned with “Oracle of Ages”. Another great Zelda game on a handheld and Nintendo have made a great success. This game includes a great story line, lots of fun battles and quality graphics for its time. It is was a big hit for the Game Boy Color and holds three files. It also has eight dungeons and a trading process to master. I highly recommend it to anybody who likes older games with puzzles...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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