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The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages

 

 

SCORE: 64

 

The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages 

 

The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages shared a connection with The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Seasons. Connecting the two games provided additional areas, and items. I am only reviewing The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages at this point in time. This is a typical Zelda game with magic, violence, small graphics, and nice music. This hand held video game was original released on the Gameboy Color. Nintendo emulated it on the Nintendo 3DS.

I got this game thanks to the now defunct Club Nintendo. It was the yearly give-a-way for reaching platinum status. Nothing like devaluing a video game by releasing in the digital format. The mixture of 2D levels and 3D levels is interesting. The time travel element has been re-used in this franchise to many times it is now becoming part of the standard rehash.

The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages include possession in some scary ways. The ESRB missed that horror content. They also lost one of the descriptors between the Gameboy Color and the Nintendo 3DS. Not sure how they could lose it and expect diligent investigative journalists to ignore that omission.

The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages is in the old school vein of action adventure role playing games. Find a tool and then go around and find where the tool can be used. Take the bracelet that lets players pick up rocks. Once it is found then the player has to search all over the map finding what new areas it opens up. This gets even more time consuming when time travel is added to the game play mechanics.

Since players essentially have two buttons ( ‘A’ and ‘B’ ) to use all the tools, expect to constantly be swapping them for different situations. Maybe you need to jump and use bombs. Well lose that sword. It also means The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Ages limits players on what they can do based on the tools. Not much fun.
- RPG Master

 

Graphics: 60%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Gameboy Color/Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo

Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Animated Violence, Mild Realistic Violence}


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