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List of novels based on video games
For a lot of people, a good computer game is the next evolutionary step that allows them to sink their teeth into a juicy mix of written, musical and motion picture arts. When done right, a video game becomes a work of art that strongly resonates with the players and gives way to spectacular immersion that is larger than any single form of entertainment. It goes without saying that the moment you are done with one particular game there is a strong desire to hang on to that particular feeling of immersion and seek comfort in other forms of entertainment, whether that be a book, a movie, or official soundtrack based on the game. The moment you devour this book, make sure you shift your focus to BioShock: Rapture. John Shirley has outdone himself and the readers can expect an even more detailed and more ardent world than the one seen in the games. The first Borderlands game was a welcome surprise that blew gamers away by combining Diablo elements from a shooter perspective with a wicked humor and cartoony graphics. The second game took it to the next level and left us wanting to prolong our stay in Pandora for as long as possible.
The following is a list of novels based on video games. Contents. 1 English novels; 2 German novels; 3 Japanese novels; 4 References. English novels .
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Video games are distilled magic. They're able to transport us to far off places and let us play inside the worlds their creators have imagined for us. But before all of this newfangled technology took over, there was another way to escape into the realm of the fantastical: they're called books, and they're kind of important. Books can explore diverse themes, cultures, and a variety of characters and settings, all through the power of imagination. They also provide fertile inspiration for the games we love to play, and you'd be surprised to find out how many of your favourite games are influenced by or even directly based on literature. Check out some of them in action in the video below. The book: Vladimir Bartol's novel Alamut centers on Hassan-i Sabbah, a Persian missionary who converted a small community back in the 11th century, and formed the Hashshashin to further their order.
After I had watched the movies, it made me so much more intrigued about the lore. We as gamers love books that are based on our favorite games. Still others of us view video game novels as poor cash ins, poorly written and not worth our time when there is so much else that literature has to offer as a medium. I get that some of us are like that, and view video game books as a waste of time. For more exciting features and lists, please click here. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more news and updates.