Darksiders: The Abomination Vault is based on the Darksiders game, and contains much of the same end of the world atmosphere, but with a bit of humor and plenty of action.
The second book of the Forerunner Saga by author Greg Bear, Halo: Primordium offers some great surprises for our favorite game world in this haunting, high-tech ghost story.
The world of Gears of War 3 is a bit of a political and social wasteland, and in the Gears of War: Coalition’s End novel, we learn how things fell apart to set the stage for the game.
A novel adapted from the Borderlands game and featuring the character Roland, Borderlands: The Fallen is an exciting tale written skillfully by cyberpunk author John Shirley.
Halo: Glasslands explores the interpersonal conflicts that arise among soldiers and scientists who had to do unspeakable things to win the devastating war with the Covenant.
Mass Effect: Ascension pulls no punches with its adult themes, going further than the game when exploring the human condition. And we learn more about The Illusive Man to boot.
Can’t wait for Mass Effect 3? Then kick back with the Mass Effect: Revelation novel and learn all about the secrets of the game from one of its developers.
Mostly. Sure PC gamers have been treated to this fun franchise since 1999, but that does not make it any less enjoyable now that Mac-based colonial marines are joining the fight. Aliens vs. Predator is actually three games; each with its own first person shooter protagonist. The first is the Alien, who is defending his temple against shadowy humans. The second is a Colonial Marine, trying to escape an outpost overrun by the omnipresent Aliens. The third is a Predator infiltrating a scientific facility where the humans may be conducting experiments on fellow Predators! The second adventure most follows the … Continue reading They Mostly Come at Night