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Submitted by xtheownerzx 798d ago | opinion piece

Video Games and Tie-In Novels Provide Great Reading Material

GamerFitNation: If you have ever wanted to soak up some sun during the summer, but still want to be attached to your video game, maybe you should read a book. Books relating to video games are not new in any way; recently they have just gotten better. The Halo novels are especially good if someone wants to learn more about the universe that they have been playing in for almost a decade now. Most franchises have tie-in novels, and these novels are not just telling what happened in the game, they’re also telling different stories and providing a back-story to the game. (Culture, Halo, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

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