It wasn’t so long ago I told you about the Raymond Chandler novel being turned into a computer game. It’s a common trend to create a game off the back of successful book/movie mashups, but for every creation that’s an astounding success there are those that flop heavier than Oprah in a fat suit. There’s no perfect key to creating a winning game, but I think it would be great if companies started using some lesser known books for plot inspiration. Here’s my guide to the top ten fantasy books that deserve to get the multi-player treatment- and I’m only including those that HAVEN’T ever had this, before you start moaning that I didn’t mention Neil Gaiman’s Coraline or Pratchett’s Discworld.
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