by David Sanchez on August 17, 2012 @ 12:34 am
Zelda fans, stop what you’re doing. You can put down that Japanese textbook. You can stop all of that Rosetta Stone nonsense. You can cease scouring the internet for fast ways to learn a foreign language. It’s happening: The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia is being localized in North America. Yes, the day will finally come!
For those of you who may be unaware, Hyrule Historia covers all things Zelda and delivers some lovely concept shots, never-before-seen art, the entire history of Nintendo’s beloved epic, and even … wait for it … wait for it … the official Zelda timeline. This book doesn’t mess around, you guys!
As noted on Siliconera, comic book publisher Dark Horse will be localizing the text. Hyrule Historia will be priced at $34.99, and it will hit retailers on January 29, 2013. Oh, and for you international Zelda lovers, the book will be heading to Australia and the UK, as well as several areas within Europe.
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