10°
Submitted by jjdoyle 453d ago | opinion piece

Hyrule Historia: A Timeline for the Trash

"A look at one of the biggest letdowns in an otherwise-fantastic book.

When Hyrule Historia first released in Japan, I was highly skeptical of the official Zelda timeline it presented, but I managed to keep an open mind. I can’t read Japanese and decided to wait for a translated version that would, hopefully, explain specific confusing events in greater detail. Well, after having time to read the English translation of the book, cover to cover, I still feel the official Zelda timeline has two major flaws.", writes NintendoWorldReport. (Culture, Hyrule Historia, The Legend of Zelda)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

See What Happens When Video Game Powers Get Swapped

6m ago - In their new video, ‘Power-up Mix-Up’, the talented Dorkly team features some of the most iconic... | Culture
10°

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Training Lair Review | WGTC

10m ago - Chad from We Got This Covered wrote: Like most children of the 90s, I was obsessed with the Te... | Xbox 360
10°

Unrest review: an Indian indie putting big budget RPGs to shame | Games in Asia

15m ago - Games in Asia says: "Unrest does little but does it well. In fact, a lot better than big-budget h... | PC
10°

Jeanne D'Arc Now Available For Download On Vita In North America

15m ago - The role playing game Jeanne D'Arc is finally available for download on PlayStation Vita in North... | PS Vita
Ad

Start Making Games for the PS4

Now - Want to design the next generation of video games? Start learning game design today. Click for more info on how to get started. | Promoted post
20°

Hearthstone: Curse of Naxxramas walkthrough and game guide

16m ago - John Bedford (Eurogamer): Our guide to Hearthstone's first expansion, with boss guides and strate... | PC