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Posted by Kark-Jocke on Aug 22nd, 2012
Now, Dark Horse Books obtained the rights to publish a translated version, which will appear in the U.S. 29 January 2013. There is also a British and Australian release, which bodes well for us here on the rock too. However, an official translation soon be available, and it seems important that the holy text receives the proper theological treatment a proper Bible translation needs. Relics in its present form in 272 pages and consists of several parts that are all characterized by Nintendo almighty stamp of approval. The introduction explains the plot of Skyward Sword, which also is the introductory chapter of the legend. Then follows a detailed account of the history of Hyrule, where the connection between all of the games (except Philips CD-I catastrophes and Link's Crossbow Training) sets out, complete with family lines, anecdotes and illustrated fun-facts.
Worth noting is Miyamoto's own subject to future changes, in line with his own previous aversion to having at all have any particular canon: History will always be colored by the narrator, and other historians will be able to have other perspectives than the we have today.
The next section consists of hitherto unknown concept drawings and illustrations, and last part consists of Akira Himekawas Skyward Sword manga. All in all, a pretty essential thing, and that's just to hope for a speedy release schedule in Norwegian bookstores.