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Leah posted a article in NintendoHyrule Historia is a massive encyclopedia chock-full of The Legend of Zelda information, history, and concept art, as well as containing the official series' timeline. It was released in Japan some time ago and it seems that we lucky Zelda fans in the U.S. will be getting our own release. According to a Diamond Book Distributors sales kit (that is seemingly unavailable now), book publisher, Dark Horse, plans to make the encyclopedia available in the U.S. on January 29, 2013. Here's the product description: "Dark Horse Books and Nintendo team up to bring you The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, containing an unparalleled collection of historical information on The Legend of Zelda franchise. This handsome hardcover contains never-before-seen concept art, the full history of Hyrule, the official chronology of the games, and much more! Starting with an insightful introduction by the legendary producer and video-game designer of Donkey Kong, Mario, and The Legend of Zelda, Shigeru Miyamoto, this book is crammed full of information about the storied history of Link“s adventures from the creators themselves! As a bonus, The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia includes an exclusive comic by the foremost creator of The Legend of Zelda manga — Akira Himekawa!" Hyrule Historia is hardcover and 272 pages long. The best part is that it plans to sell for a modest $35. I can't wait to get my own copy! Will you be purchasing a copy of Hyrule Historia when it comes out?
Marshall Henderson posted a article in NintendoThe Wii U will have the last of the Mass Effect trilogy at its disposal, but that does leave it pretty high-and-dry for the first two. Don't worry, though; with their interactive comic, Dark Horse has got your back. A GotGame interview with BioWare's Melanie Faulknor revealed how Wii U players could fill in the gap left by the first two games of the series. Faulknor, not to be confused with known Wish Dragon Falcor, discussed a return to the plan deployed with Mass Effect 2 on PlayStation 3: a comic designed for players to read through the previous games and make their own choices. Dark Horse, who's been doing the comics for Mass Effect anyway, will be helming this project. The comic will cover the first two games and the major events that are to carry over into the third. There's no information here, including whether it'll take direct dialogue or whether it'll be written independently to suit, nor how the decisions will be made. Mass Effect 3 is also leaving home, according to Faulknor. A third-party developer, with experience working with Nintendo, will be developing the game, for whatever impact that will end up having. No one has given a concrete release date for Mass Effect 3 nor the console it's riding in on, but the Wii U supposedly will be coming out worldwide this holiday season, so look out for it then.