My 5 Favorite Bookish Computer Games

Bookish Computer Games

I love reading books (obviously) and I love video games so naturally, I fell in love with these point-and-click adventure games. These games are so well written that I prefer the game to the graphic novel that inspired them, especially so for the first two, The Wolf Among Us and The Walking Dead.

The Wolf Among Us By Telltale Games

The Wolf Among Us (Telltale Games) – This game is based off a comic book series called Fables where characters from all fairytales live in our world under disguise. I loved the 80’s vibe from the game and although there is a learning curve with the controls, it’s an awesome point-and-click game that got me invested.

The Walking Dead by Telltale Games

The Walking Dead – Season 1 (Telltale Games) – Originally a graphic novel series and then a television series, I never thought a video game could make me cry. I don’t cry easily but this game, this first season made me cry.

Skyrim by Bethesda

Skyrim (Bethesda) – I don’t know how I first found out about Skyrim but I’m so happy I did. I loved playing this and to my surprise, I finished the game. I didn’t complete 100% but I did finish it. There are sword fights and magic and dragons. The scenery and graphics are amazing and of course, chalk full of lore.

Fallout 4 by Bethesda

Fallout 4 (Bethesda) – After playing Skyrim and obsessing with it, I decided to try Fallout 4. I thought it would be fun using guns instead of swords like I did and was very much used to in Skyrim. For me, there was a learning curve with using guns but I had a lot of fun. I love the whole post-apocalyptic dystopian storyline. I love the retro feel and open world to explore as you want, collect as much junk as you want and sell it. It’s very similar to Skyrim in terms of gameplay so I go through phases of playing it.

The Sims 4 by Electronic Arts

The Sims 4 (Electronic Arts) – This is probably the most random from the other games but the reason I like and sometimes it’s hard to play, is that it’s so open-ended. You make anything you want, happen. You can make up your own stories and play them out. It’s also a great tool to write your own stories. You can use it to visualize what your characters look like and a little bit of their personalities.

What are some of your favorite plot-heavy video games?

Thanks for visiting my blog,
Nora

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  1. Joe

    skyrim (which i used to pronounce “skrim” in my head until i head someone say it out loud) is the next game on my list to play. i feel as if i’m behind in the video game world!

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