Is there no purpose in writing a book about characters interacting with a video game. The reason I ask is because Video game movies tend to do fairly poorly. this can be speculated because of the lack of choice and decision/interaction a video game gives you that a movie simply cannot supply. It's speculated this is why video game based movies do so poorly, and because they were simply made in locations to gain profit from tax laws. See this if you don't understand what I'm saying: So, I ask you, do video game books have to suffer the same fate? Is it interesting and interactive enough to have a story about a group of characters dealing with problems as they interact with the video game that connect them all?