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Submitted by capitanandi 913d ago | opinion piece

[Review] The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia

25 years of lore, adventure, nostalgia, and green tunics have been packed together into a single volume known as The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia. Nintendo has compiled truckloads of concept art and information as well as the long-anticipated and speculated series timeline and served it in the form a beautiful hardcover book, sure to make most hardcore Zelda fans clawshot their way into unbridled gamer bliss. Decades in the making, find out if Hyrule Historia is worthy of your purchase. (Culture)

Neonridr  +   913d ago
I just got mine from Amazon today. Love it. So much stuff to go through. I love the fact that they put the games in order of where they fit in a timeline. Finally make sense of it all.
jlafount  +   913d ago
A must buy for any Zelda fan.
Canary  +   912d ago
It's basically just an art book.

Some of the extraneous information is nice, but I would have preferred more nonfiction regarding the development of the series as a whole, and the different games, specifically.

It's basically just a Skyward Sword artbook with some 25th Anniversary extras, most notably the timeline.

Well, not that I regret buying it. But it's definitely more suited to the more hardcore-end of the Zelda fan spectrum.

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