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Summary

Transform the world around you with the Rod of Seasons, and create order from chaos. Stop a power-hungry general named Onox, and rescue Din, the Oracle of Seasons, to save the troubled land of Holodrum.

Change the seasons to overcome puzzling obstacles. If Link finds a small plant at the bottom of a cliff, change the season to summer, and Link can use the newly grown Deku Flower to boost up to the top. If Link faces a deep lake, use the Rod of Seasons to shift into winter, letting Link walk over the ice.

Released on the Game Boy Color system in 2001, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons represent the pinnacle of classic 2D Zelda gameplay.

When played together, these two games offer an ultimate adventure not possible when each game is experienced on its own. The games feature a link system that unlocks access to additional content that you can't access any other way.

Storyline

The land of Holodrum is slowly withering. Onox, the General of Darkness, has imprisoned the Oracle of Seasons and is draining the very life out of the land. With the seasons in tumult and the forces of evil running rampant, the world looks for a hero... and finds Link. His quest won't be easy - he'll have to master the seasons themselves if he's to turn back the evil tide.

Game Information

Release Date
27th February 2001
Publisher
Capcom, Nintendo
Total Rating
87%
Content Rated
E (Everyone)
Game Modes
Single player
Player Perspectives
Bird view / Isometric
Genres
Role-playing (RPG), Adventure
Themes
Action, Fantasy
Platforms
Game Boy Color, Nintendo 3DS