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Submitted by ThomasBW84 597d ago | opinion piece

Book Review: The Legend Of Zelda: Hyrule Historia

Damien McFerran writes:

It’s amazing to think that a game which started out as a very basic action RPG on the NES has morphed into one of gaming’s most enduring and famous properties, sparking everything from emotional debate to hushed reverence whenever its name is uttered. The Legend of Zelda series - apparently inspired by creator Shigeru Miyamoto’s love of exploration rather than a desire to tell an epic tale - spans 25 years and has sold millions of copies worldwide across a range of different consoles. Hyrule Historia is an attempt to celebrate that vibrant and expansive past, and it’s almost entirely successful. (Culture)

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