This week, The Drill DownÂ co-host emeritus Tom Cheredar joins us for our rundown of Apple‘s September 7th event, including a new Apple Watch and the iPhone 7. Also, Sony‘s new Playstation 4 Pro, YouTubers freak out about censorship & monetization, SpaceX destroys Facebook‘s satellite, and much, much more.
The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia Written by Shigeru Miyamoto, Akira Himekawa, Eiji Aonuma
Art by Akira Himekawa Dark Horse Comics
Release Date: January 29, 2013
Cover Price: $34.99
I’m starting feeling a little old these days. AMC regularly features movies from my childhood. My favorite songs while growing up are now considered “classic rock.” And now, as if to drive the point home, the Legend of Zelda is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Dark Horse Comics and Nintendo have teamed up to celebrate the occasion with a compendium of Zelda knowledge titled The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia.
This tome is instantly the supreme information source for all things Zelda. It’s all here, NES through Wii, in unimaginable exquisite detail. Hyrule Historia covers the background of each Zelda game and then slots them into an overarching timeline that brings order to the story. And before you ask, no, the dreadful Phillips CD-i games are not included or even acknowledged. If you’ve ever had the misfortune of playing the CD-i games, then we’re probably in agreement that these games must be forgotten or else we’ll have to someday send a Terminator back to, uh, prevent that from ever happening.