Best Selling Books inspired by video games - 2015

Assassin's Creed, Warcraft and Uncharted are some of the games that won book version. Check out the list of some of the Best Selling Books Inspired by Video Games:

Assassin's Creed Renaissance

Assassin's Creed has already launched several books, but in Assassin's Creed Renaissance that the series got a huge success. Not by chance, as it was this book that started the saga, and inspired by the game that is considered the best by the fans: Assassin's Creed 2.

Renaissance work of Oliver Bowden, tells the story of Ezio, murderer who was to become master of the Order, years later, from its beginning and first mission. The book chronicles the entire history of the game, but in more detail.

Diablo - Book of Cain

Diablo - Book of Cain is hardly the adaptation of a game, but it is totally based on the Diablo universe. Written by Flint Dille, the book is fictional author Deckard Cain himself, ancient sage of the series universe, which has several of his stories and characters.

Besides having a neat script, the book has a very well developed art, with pages that more resemble an ancient manuscript and embossed on the cover art.

1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die

1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die is another book that does not follow the story of a specific game, but works as a combination of several striking and memorable games that have been released over the years.

Despite the almost morbid title, the book is really fun and presents organized by seasons, games you need to make in some way because they are considered excellent. Despite some unexplained absences, such as Mega Man series, the book covers quite securities huge fan base, as Halo and Tomb Raider.

StarCraft: Critical Point

StarCraft Critical Point is a very interesting book, it is of utmost importance for the history of the series. It tells the story that goes on between StarCraft 2 Wings of Liberty StarCraft 2 and Hearth of the Swar.

Written by Christie Golden, the book chronicles what happened to Sarag Kerrigan, after being converted back to his human form at the end of Wings of Liberty, and after being rescued by the love of his life, Jim Raynor. It is interesting because in Hearth of the Swarm we do not have so many explanations of these facts.

Uncharted The Fourth Labyrinth

Uncharted The Fourth Labyrinth valley by curiosity. Although not exactly a great story, is the only of the Uncharted series available in Brazil, and also has a unique saga, which is not in games.

The saga takes place in various locations including New York, scenery which is also unprecedented in the game Uncharted. The adventure is written by Christopher Golden and has characteristic moments of the saga, as exploring ruins.

God of War

The God of War is another interesting book. After all, as a game that is pure action can yield a book of over 200 pages? The pair of writers Matthew Stover and Robert E. Vardeman did a good job with the adaptation.

World of Warcraft War Crimes

World of Warcraft War Crimes is more a book of author Christie Golden, this time focuses on one of the most important sagas in the history of famous MMORPG. This is considered by fans one of the best literary works of Wrarcraft.

In the War Crimes pages we see the story centered on Garrosh Hellscream, who was taken from his head office Warrior Horde and now must pay for his crimes. Despite being based on the game, the book has a very dense narrative and lots of "politics" of the WoW world.

Mass Effect Revelation

Mass Effect Revelation is written by Drew Karpyshyn and passed well before the main game series, and long before the rise of Commander Shepard. The central figure is David Anderson, still at the beginning of his career, dealing with problems.

The book chronicles some of the events that will unfold in the game, in the future, and also provides some races and characters that will be important in Shepard saga. Extremely well written, it deserves the attention of fans of the series.