Books That Should Be Video Games | #T5W

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Hello everyone! In my endeavour to post more and more varied content, I am now doing Top 5 Wednesday instead of WWW Wednesday as I personally find it more interesting (if slightly more time consuming to make). Top 5 Wednesday is hosted weekly and you can find the GoodReads Group here.


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The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig would be great as a video game, simply because there are so many worlds that the the video game world could explore- have it a location-based video game as a companion to the book, rather than making the story into the video game!


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With all of the beasts and things that go missing in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by J. K. Rowling, a good video game could be made simply finding them!


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A choose-your-own future type of game where your choices affect the progression of the game would be perfect for Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. The aim of the game? Don’t die. You could play as all different types of people from different houses, just regular farmers… I think it would be fun!


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Similarly to Game of Thrones, the Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews would make a great RPG or MOBA game with all the different types of magic-users (and non-magic users). Shapeshifters alone have gajillions of different roles and types, then you have mages, Gods, witches, regular people, mercenaries… the list is endless!


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Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell would be another great RPG type SIM-esque game set in college! Again, maybe a choose-your-own path type thing or something along those lines!


There. What books do you think should become video games? Do you agree with me? Let me know! Happy reading, Keira x

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