Staff Pick (September12): The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia HC

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Ask any Nintendo fan what their favorite Legend of Zelda videogame is and you’re likely to get a different answer. It's not that we're an indecisive bunch, it’s just that they are simply that good. And let's face it, with nearly twenty games from 1986 to 2011 we have a lot to choose from.

But with so many games in the series, which came first? Fans of the series have debated for years crafting theories about the chronological order of Zelda games with as much vigor as Star Wars fans arguing about Han and Greedo. Now, series creator Shigeru Miyamoto and other designers are on hand to provide context to the chronological order and historical significance of each game in the series and set the record straight.

Published for the first time in English, The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia is a must-have for any Nintendo fan longing to save that princess just one more time.

~ Matthew Demory

Item Code: SEP120055
In Shops: 01/16/13
SRP: $34.99
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