Novel Series’ That Are Also Video Games

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Novels are increasingly being used as sources of inspiration for video games, and vice versa. Some of these series, such as “The Witcher” have spawned successful video game adaptations. Other series, such as “Shadowrun” and “Dragon Age” have had mixed success in terms of both the video game adaptations and their own standalone novels.

One of the most popular video game franchises of all time is Assassin’s Creed. It tells the story of Desmond Miles, a bartender who is kidnapped by Abstergo Industries and forced to use a machine called the Animus to relive the memories of his ancestors, all of whom were assassins. The games are set in different historical periods, with the latest entry, Assassin’s Creed Origins, taking place in ancient Egypt. The games have received critical acclaim for their strong storylines and engaging gameplay.

Assassin’s Creed inspired a series of novels based on the video game story, however, they are written to include additional details to tie the story together and explain events that tale place.

Resident Evil is also a novel series that is based on a video game of the same name. The novel follow the story of Alice, a character who was originally from the video game. Alice is a survivor of the T-virus outbreak and is brought to Raccoon City to help with the investigation. The city has been quarantined due to the outbreak and Alice must find a way out. Along the way, she must fight off zombies and other monsters.

The Resident Evil novel series is worth reading because it is well written and well made. The characters are interesting and likable, and the action is exciting.

The Lord of the Rings video game franchise is one of the most popular and successful video game franchises in history. The games are based on Peter Jackson’s highly successful film trilogy, which is based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic novels. The games have been praised for their faithfulness to the source material, as well as their high quality graphics and gameplay.

The first game in the series, The Fellowship of the Ring, was released in 2002 for the PlayStation 2 console. It was followed by two sequels, The Two Towers and The Return of the King, both of which were released in 2003. All three games were met with critical acclaim, and sold millions of copies worldwide.

The Lord of the Rings video games have been credited with helping to revive the interest in Tolkien’s work that was sparked by Jackson’s films.

In conclusion, video games can inspire books. They can provide new and interesting story ideas as well as introduce people to book culture and the worth of reading. So, if you’re a fan of video games, don’t be afraid to check out some of these books too – you may find yourself pleasantly surprised.

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