Link vs. The World, by AlexBlueyed
Dark Horse Books has confirmed plans to bring Hyrule Historia, a compendium of Legend of Zelda art, to the United States. Originally released in Japan in 2011 to coincide with Zelda’s 25th anniversary, the book chronicles the series’ history, including concept art, a timeline, a manga, and lots more. The hardbound volume will measure 9” x 12” with 272 pages, and will retail for $34.99. It’s expected to release on January 16, 2013.
Anybody else as thrilled about this news as I am?
My Sister Paid Progressive Insurance to Defend Her Killer In Court
I’ve been sending out some impertinent tweets about Progressive Insurance lately, but I haven’t explained how they pissed me off. So I will do that here as succinctly as possible. There’s a general understanding that says, “insurance companies— oh they’re awful,” but since Progressive turned their shit hose on my late sister and my parents, I’ve learned some things that really surprised me.
I’ll try to cleave to the facts. On June 19, 2010, my sister was driving in Baltimore when her car was struck by another car and she was killed. The other driver had run a red light and hit my sister as she crossed the intersection on the green light.
This is fucked up.
Hey Professor Layton fans! If you haven’t checked out the trailer for the upcoming game, Miracle Mask, you definitely should!
This game takes place a year after the events in the previous game, The Last Specter (which was a prequel to the first 3). It tells the story of a younger Layton and Luke as they solve yet another mystery in a town called Montdol. A mysterious man is causing havoc in the town by using the powers of the mask he wears. It’s up to Layton and the gang to put a stop to these events. Layton’s other assistant Emmy will also be apart of this game.
This will be the first Layton game to be released on the 3DS. Miracle Mask will be released in North America this November!