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Submitted by Lars Cornelis 793d ago | review

The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia – Review

Zelda-fans are a lucky bunch. The Legend of Zelda is celebrating its 25th Anniversary and Nintendo knows how to throw a party. Fans of the series have been treated to a truly epic concert tour, a rerelease of Ocarina of Time in 3D and a free digital copy of Four Swords. But perhaps their newest gift is the most special of all. For the first time in history, Nintendo offers a look behind the scenes of the production of the series and finally unveils the long speculated Zelda timeline. This, and even more, has been bundled into a book: The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia. Maybe they should've just called it "The Zelda Bible". (Culture, Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda) 5/5

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