I think I've mentioned on here that I've read the X-Wing series and a few Battletech novels, but I've never read anything else based on a video game. X-Wing was pretty awesome and Battletech has always tried to make things as believable as possible which is why I found it so appealing. The MechWarrior series was horrible, with the exception of By Blood Betrayed, but it was only good because Mel Odom wrote over half the book. I'm curious to know what kind of knowledge you guys have on other game based literature. I'll even check out self-published fan fiction if it's good. I've always wanted to read the Mortal Kombat book that was released around the time of the movie. As a lifetime fanboy of MK I figured it would be worth checking out. The back stories behind MK can be pretty stupid but one cannot forget the awesomeness that was MK Mythologies: Sub-Zero. I just hope the book has really gory fatalities. I know an Elder Scrolls book was recently released. I always loved the in-game books. But I always played Elder Scrolls because the game pretty much lets you do whatever you want and become your own character in a complex and in depth world. That type of freedom cannot be transcribed into a novel. Plus I don't read fantasy lol The StarCraft books looked interesting, but the game's plot is so good how can any author top that in the same universe? I don't even like RTSs yet I play StarCraft lol Oh yeah there a Resistance book coming out. That might be worth looking into. I'd want it to be a balls to the wall slasher though. I love gibbing people is R2, the gib is so juicy looking.