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Submitted by jjdoyle 511d 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)

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