The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia Hardcover – 29 Jan 2013
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Eiji Aonuma is a Nintendo game designer, director, and producer. He is the series producer and manager of The Legend of Zelda and won the Golden Joystick Awards' Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016.Akira Himekawa is the pseudonym of two female comic book and manga artists who have collaborated together since 1991. Their illustrating credits include The Legend of Zelda series, Astro Boy, and The Dragon Dreams of Twilight.
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Easily the biggest thing about this book is the timeline that finally places all the mainstream games in order and finally put to bed the theories made up by fans. While it may have raised a few eyebrows at the time and some still refuse to accept it even today it has answered a question that needed an answer for a long time. While I personally don’t like the three split part as it raises more questions it is now official, so that’s that!
So with that aside, the rest of the book contains a good in-depth history of each games story and lore with facts about each one. This is especially interesting to read for the earlier entries in the series as most of their stories are quite vague at best and this book helps to expand on them. It should also be noted that it works them into the timeline so somethings are changed a little to help them fit better. Even if you think you know all there is to know about the lore from the games you will find something of interest in this book.
At the back of this book it also has a Skyward Sword comic that acts as a prequel to the game. While it is my least favourite game in the series it is still an interesting read.
This book is simply put one of the greatest gaming books ever made and a Zelda fans dream come true. Worth every penny.
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