Seasons or Ages? Which Do I Play First?

#1esoteric42Posted 6/16/2013 11:50:54 AM
New to both games.

Which one is better to start.

They're both pretty much the same with only minor changes, correct?

Uninformed buyer here.
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#2kuragari1anonlyPosted 6/16/2013 11:52:47 AM
They're two different Zelda games with a linked story.

Pick one and flip a coin. You cant go wrong.
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#3BeanBeanKingdomPosted 6/16/2013 11:53:23 AM
Seasons -> Ages

And they're completely different games. They have the same graphics and structure, but they're set in different worlds, have different items, dungeons, characters and everything else.
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#4MrFwibblesPosted 6/16/2013 11:53:35 AM
esoteric42 posted...
They're both pretty much the same with only minor changes, correct?

Incorrect. They are completely different with only minor similarities.
Start with Seasons, as Ages is more difficult overall.
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#5The_KiriyamaPosted 6/16/2013 11:54:34 AM
I agree with Bean, I would disregard the other comment. They are both good games, but the story of Seasons is a lot stronger, so it's a good thing to play through Seasons, get the link code, and link Seasons to Ages and play the Linked Ages afterwards, that way the story is not individual but a continuation of Seasons, and its a fair bit more interesting that way.
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#6TheWhoFanPosted 6/16/2013 12:04:31 PM
I've always liked Seasons more, so I always start with Ages.

Besides, having to step down from the Roc's Cape to the Roc's Feather is downright horrible.
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#7Ritster21Posted 6/16/2013 12:06:20 PM
Season is actually first out of the 2 in the timeline.

Play Seasons first and then Ages for canon.
#8pokemon2pokerPosted 6/16/2013 12:21:37 PM
kuragari1anonly posted...
They're two different Zelda games with a linked story.

Pick one and flip a coin. You cant go wrong.

So I should probably get both while I have the chance? Ugh, I could do without 4 slots on my homescreen dedicated to Zelda, and no I don't want to use folders.
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#9ThatGuyZPosted 6/16/2013 12:22:02 PM
The_Kiriyama posted...
I agree with Bean, I would disregard the other comment. They are both good games, but the combat of Seasons is a lot stronger, so it's a good thing to play through Seasons, get the link code, and link Seasons to Ages and play the Linked Ages afterwards, that way the story is not individual but a continuation of Seasons, and its a fair bit more interesting that way.


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#10BerlingerTPosted 6/16/2013 12:26:14 PM
pokemon2poker posted...
kuragari1anonly posted...
They're two different Zelda games with a linked story.

Pick one and flip a coin. You cant go wrong.

So I should probably get both while I have the chance? Ugh, I could do without 4 slots on my homescreen dedicated to Zelda, and no I don't want to use folders.


It's not like it will cost all that much if you wait until later. This sale is only saving us what? One or Two dollars on the games?
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