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Submitted by IamTimO 793d ago | image

Hyrule Historia Launch Gallery

Yesterday Super PolyPixel took the long grueling trip from New Jersey to New York just to get our hands on the Limited Edition of Hyrule Histora. The book that made waves last year during The Legend of Zelda’s 25th Anniversary. Initially released in Japan, Dark Horse took the reins and decided to release it here due to overwhelming demand. Months after pre-orders were made available Dark Horse let it be known they had a Limited Edition in the works as well. This edition would have a faux-leather cover, gold leafing on the edge of the pages, and be limited to only 4,000 copies. The preorders on Amazon sold out immediately leaving only one other option for a chance at this extremely rare book. The Nintendo World Launch event in New York City.

Check out the resulting gallery for yourself! (3DS, GameCube, Industry, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, The Legend of Zelda, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Wii, Wii U)

ElectricKaibutsu  +   793d ago
Looks like fun.
IamTimO  +   793d ago
It was a blast!

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