At the time of release the developers, Capcom and Nintendo were accused by fans of copying the tactics of the Pokémon games by bringing out 2 similar games at the same time to increase profits.
Unlike the Pokémon franchise, however, the differences in the two Zelda titles are extremely profound. Oracle of Seasons is more of an action-based game, while Oracle of Ages is more of a puzzle-based game.
The Triforce has teleported Link to Holodrum, a troubled land. He meets a travelling troupe of dancers, the leader, Din, actually being the Oracle of Seasons. Suddenly, an armored behemoth named Onox appears and teleports Din away. The seasons in Holodrum change at a moment's notice now, and it is up to Link to find and upgrade the Rod of Seasons and rescue Din.
- The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons at Zeldapedia
|The Legend of Zelda games|
|Console games||Legend of Zelda (NES Classics) • Zelda II (NES Classics) • A Link to the Past • Ocarina of Time (Master Quest) • Majora's Mask • Collector's Edition • The Wind Waker • Four Swords Adventures • Twilight Princess (HD) • Skyward Sword • Breath of the Wild • Link's Awakening (Switch) • Zelda Switch|
|Handheld games||Links Awakening (DX) • Oracle of Ages/Seasons • A Link to the Past & Four Swords • The Minish Cap • Phantom Hourglass • Spirit Tracks • Ocarina of Time 3D • A Link Between Worlds • Majora's Mask 3D • Tri Force Heroes|
|Spin-offs||Zelda (G&W) • Hyrule Warriors (Legends • Definitive Edition) • The Wand of Gamelon • The Faces of Evil • Zelda's Adventure • Link's Crossbow Training • Cadence of Hyrule|