Craig HuntercloseAuthor: Craig Hunter
Name: Craig Hunter
About: Craig Hunter is a main contributor for the Jace Hall Show and has been an avid gamer for over 15 years. He also freelances for a number of websites and magazines covering mobile products and emerging technologies.See Authors Posts (1161)
Released in Japan earlier this year as a part of the Zelda series’ 25th anniversary, Hyrule Historia is an art book that documents the making of and chronology of the Zelda franchise among other things.
Long awaited, the book documents the full story that ties all of the Zelda games together, unfortunately for some, it was entirely in Japanese. Check out the images of the Japanese version below.
Hyrule Historia contains the first full chronological layout of the story, fans of the series have been waiting for, as well as a history of the land of Hyrule, years of concept art and developer stories. Continue reading “Daily Gaming: The Legend of Zelda Chronology, Hyrule Historia Comes To The West” »
Jeff NaucloseAuthor: Jeff Nau
Name: Jeff Nau
About: Jeff Nau is a main contributor to the Jace Hall Show covering pop culture and music trends in the nerd community. He has contributed to San Diego City Beat, 944, and Ill Literature, amongst others, and spends his spare time working as an artist and photographer.See Authors Posts (1264)
I don’t know what prompted The Game Station to come up with the idea of crossing Legend of Zelda with Sergio Leone’s A Fistful of Dollars, but WHAT A GENIUS F*CKING MOVE, GAME STATION.
Filmmakers Nathan Kitada & Aaron T. Umetani (“The Brothers Mario”) will debut their Hyrule/badlands mash-up as a 3-part webseries, featuring Link in the Clint Eastwood/Man With No Name role, and none other than Lisa Foiles of Nickelodeon fame playing what looks to be the Zelda/Marisol part. Continue reading “DAILY ZELDA: New Webseries Will Awesomely Mash-Up Link and Spaghetti Western” »