Books you want games based on.
>Hard Mode: No Harry Potter MMO
Good taste, anon.
It's hard to explain without spoilering things for you, but it follows a traveling executioner named Severian. It's WEIRD.
Wouldn't really translate well into a game, though.
My votes goes to The Black Company, although I'd settle for a tv series.
L.A. Noire meets Blade Runner.
A game set in the Earthsea world. Not on the book's events because that wouldn't make much sense, but just a game set in its world and playing like cross between Witcher 2 and Wind Waker
Lol you don't know about Mistborn: birthright? It happens before vin gets swol and main characters will make appearances. B sand is writing the plot for the game, hopefully the devs give us a true representation of using the allomantic powers.
I want to run about under altdorf killing a ton of fucking skaven.
Hell, I'd probably even
It could never live up to it's hype though, much like Total War: Warhammer will be yet another CA disaster. They might as well plaster early access on Atilla.
A combination of Arkham City, (old) Hitman, Splinter Cell Chaos Theory and Vampire the Masquerade as a Nosferatu for the mind / illusion powers.
Im the same with Wheel of Time, the writing style is flaccid to me. Im going to try again because apparently its a good series, you should do the same so people dont call you out for having no attention span or other buzzwords.
yeah it took me three attempts personally to actually finally get into the Wheel of Time series. For me it was worth it personally and I enjoyed the first two or three books I actually finished (need to remember where I was up to).
It's probably worth it to give it another chance.
Would it take place in the world or as the specifically as the main character? I forget his name.
An in-depth torture game sounds fun.
Personally I'd like to see a Malazan SRPG. Mostly because I love me some SRPGs and the genre would keep faggots away from Malazan. The last thing I want is people shouting "LOL WITNESS! KARSA IS SO COOL!"
Really? I'm not so sure. I felt that the first book was probably the weakest of the series. I sort of got the impression that Cook didn't really know what he wanted to do with the series yet.
The later books had some great side characters as well. Ram and Blade were total bros.
I know it's pleb taste now because its popular but is there any other series along the lines of ASoIaF with political intrigue, important characters dying, highly emotional moments, and other things of that nature?
This entire series. Not as a game to cover the whole series but just be a story set in the universe.
Theres so much material to exploit here. So much great imagery and lore. So many civilizations and worlds.
I think the DBZ aspects only come from the fan community who constantly argue over all the different characters power levels like faggots not realizing its pretty much irrelevant since almost nothing in BOTF is decided by 2 characters throwing down balls out without the intervention of some god, sorcery, ambush or other trickery.
Maybe hood vs reverence
Fuck pick any of the interesting stories. Give us a TBS based on David's exploits complete with him killing everyone that could even possibly pose a threat to him. Give us an RPG based on Samson with beard styles playing into his power. A mindfuck with Daniel and the talking animals.
Definitely the Dresden Files. It would work best as a simple third person action game with a fleshed out magic system. Wouldn't mind seeing the Loup Garou story play out in a video game.
I'd prefer movies or fuck, even a tv show for this.
I feel sad that that episode was totally unbeleivable for Hetan's character after how she was in MoI.
I feel sad that Tool had to go through that happening to her after literally everything that life and undeath could shit on a guy had been shat on tool for the last 9 books.
The day the japs decide to do that is the day I decide to learn nipponese.
I dunno the over the top holy fuck things that happen are a big part of the series charm I think.
But if you get put off by that and prefer a more realistic down to earth fantasy stuff like asofai is definately more suitable. Although in dance of dragons its started to embrace more high fantasy elements itself.
I dont think this would translate well. Aside from the untrustworthy narrator, the series relied heavily in the belief that technology can be seen as magic. It would be hard to portray this using actual technology which we all have at least a basic understanding of.
Its the first book. After you get a couple books into the series you can clearly see that Jordan had no fucking idea where he was trying to take the series. The writing on the first book was horrid too.
wheel of time is amazing but the women are cunts, i think robert jordan was a cuck,
the silmarillilion - rts
starship troopers -fps
a proper terry pratchett rpg would be amazing
A Redwall game could be as comfy or badass as you wanted
Be a monastery mouse and make cordial and deal with dibbuns all day
Or pick up the fucking broadsword and fight for Salamandastron as a badger
Or join the Long Patrol as a hare with nothing but a longbow and a cool hat
Or be the most adorable goddamn literal bilgerat pirate the ever wore a tiny hat and coat
Fuck yeah call the lawyers and start the funding
>that slow as fuck run speed.
Oh god I can feel the horror of being chased already.
A gothic/surrealist fantasy novel focusing on an unfathomably large and mostly abandoned through disuse castle-city filled with bizarre and neurotic characters. It's fucking amazing.
>A doomed lord, an emergent hero, and a dazzling array of bizarre creatures inhabit the magical world of the Gormenghast novels which, along with Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, reign as one of the undisputed fantasy classics of all time. At the center of it all is the seventy seventh Earl, Titus Groan, who stands to inherit the miles of rambling stone and mortar that form Gormenghast Castle and its kingdom, unless the conniving Steerpike, who is determined to rise above his menial position and control the House of Groan, has his way.
It'll be fine. He actually treats writing like the job it is, and has planned it all out. There'll be the second Mistborn trilogy after book 5, but all the Cosmere stuff ties together anyway. If you haven't read his other series, you should.
I'd settle for just an isometric Inquisitor rpg with lots of clue hunting and interrogation stuff.
I've read the first 3 mistborn books and both stormlight archives out so far. The only other series I know he has is Elantys or something like that. Someday I'll get to reading that one.
But Mistborn: Birthright finally got a release date, iirc.
Black Company so good. I really enjoyed the ending.
LMAOing at your life.
I wish we had a bigger Cosmere fanbase here on 4chan.
He has a lot of side projects though. Did you read the recent "State of..." article?
>post yfw calculations have been made to see how fast Kaladin has to accelerate in order to break orbit
Elantris doesnt have a sequel right? I don't see why it needs one really since the books whole gimmick was solved and it was kind of weak and questionable anyway.
Like Mistborn now that I think about it. Like how the lord emperor or whatever only lived for so long because he could store up his life force but in the first book they say he survived multiple decapitations and shit.
It's the first of a trilogy, actually. No fucking clue what Book 2 and 3 are about since they'll never be written. Book 2 has some of the main cast's children in it.
As far as Mistborn goes, there was far more going on beyond the Lord Ruler.
He's gonna go fuck up Odium.
Yeah I know that, I'm just saying that all the rules that got introduced in book 2 and 3 of mistborn ended up creating plotholes and logical flaws.
I guess its not that suprising since it was some of Sanderson's earliest work and it was very ambitious with a huge scope.
>1st book of New Sun
This writing is so fucking messy it makes me want to kill myself.