Tonight, on the Stevetendo show, we’re starting a brand new playthrough. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons was added to the Nintendo Switch Online service recently. Oracle of Ages involves time traveling and the Oracle of Seasons deals with seasonal change. We’re starting with the Oracle of Seasons because I feel that this one is easier to jump right into without having too much prior knowledge of the game. I missed out on these Zelda games when I was younger and even then they weren’t the easiest games to get ahold of.
They were similar to Pokémon games where each one game had a communication system. In the Zelda games, they used a password system where if you wanted to get the fullest out of the partner game, you needed to have said passwords from the other version. That being said, I do plan to play the Oracle of Ages on the show so we’ll have to hang on to the passwords. Set to go live at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET, join the Stevetendo show for more Legend of Zelda in the Oracle of Seasons!
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If you can't make tonight's show, you can watch Wednesday nights at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET. Coming up on the show is more of our Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door playthrough. We're also going to keep going in our Super Mario Galaxy playthrough since we have made quite a lot of progress in it.
If you’re a fan of the Legend of Zelda, then you should check out the various guides and videos Shacknews has on the subject. There's so much to do in Tears of the Kingdom that Shacknews already has a guide written up on the issue you're having. That being said, I overheard some Goron kids waiting in line at Mine-Cart Land and they love how easy the Shacknews guides are to use. They also said that the lines at Mine-Cart Land are too long and without subscribing to the Shacknews Twitch channel via Prime Gaming to watch the Stevetendo show, they would go crazy with boredom!
You never know when Nintendo is going to add games to their Nintendo Switch Online service. Case in point, there was a Pokémon Presents video today where they talked about upcoming Pokemon news. They also added the Pokémon Trading Card Game to the Game Boy games section and Pokémon Stadium 2 to the Nintendo 64 section of the Nintendo Switch Online. You never know when that new game will be added to the Nintendo Switch Online service and thus onto the Stevetendo show! I'll also give my thoughts on what the Pokemon Company showed during the Pokemon Presents and you won't want to miss it!
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