Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia Hits Bookshelves Tomorrow

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Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia Hits Bookshelves Tomorrow

Zelda Fans, tomorrow is the big day.  Courtesy of publisher Dark Horse Comics, The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia contains “an unparalleled collection of historical information on The Legend of Zelda franchise.”  If you couldn’t make it into New York City for the exclusive preview event of Hyrule Historia, you haven’t much longer to wait before the official release.

As it stands right now, all 4000 copies of the limited edition have been sold out for quite some time, and with over 100,000 copies being sent to Amazon alone, this could end up being one of the biggest book sales of the year.  One of the major selling points of the book is that it is the first time the official, complete chronological timeline for every Zelda game is being released by Nintendo.

Hyrule Historia also includes a very special introduction by the big man himself, Shigeru Miyamoto.  The book is set to officially go on sale in book stores and comic shops nationwide tomorrow, January 29th and is currently available for preorder on Amazon at the shockingly low price of $19.42 (opposed to the official retail price listed at $34.99.)

Who’s already preordered their copy of Hyrule Historia?  Which aspect of the Zelda mythos are you most excited to read about?  Let us know in the comments section.  We’ll be featuring a full review of the book tomorrow, so check back for details soon.

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