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Mistborn fantasy novels becoming Birthright game, due out Fall 2013

Brandon Sanderson is the author who was selected to finish off the popular Wheel of Time series of fantasy novels after Robert Jordan passed away, and of course he's a legitimate author in his own right with a New York Times top ten series called Mistborn. Sanderson has announced on his own blog th...

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Dead Island novel brings dead people to dead trees

It's not that you don't want to play Dead Island -- of course you do. You love mangling zombies as much as the next thumbstick jockey. It's just ... what if she's there? You know ... the one from the trailer? It's bad enough that little Zombie Stephanie haunts your nightmares, but what if you sho...

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Original Halo novel trilogy soon reissued with 'new content'

Tor Books has announced plans to reissue the original Halo novel trilogy this year, beginning with Eric Nylund's Halo: The Fall of Reach this August. The novels -- also including William C. Dietz's Halo: The Flood and Nylund's Halo: First Strike -- will be reissued as trade paperbacks, which will se...

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100 Classic Books on DS this June

Why did it take Nintendo a year and a half to localize a bunch of books that were already in English? No idea, but at least we'll finally be able to buy the 100 Classic Book Collection in North America this year. It's out as 100 Classic Books on June 14, at a cost of $19.99. Nintendo has yet to r...

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Finally, Harlequin romance novels on DS

DS games are great, and those 100 Classic Books are pretty classic and all, but they lack heaving bosoms. Nintendo of Japan and developer Genius Sonority are stepping in, shirts open and hair flowing gently in the wind, to come to the rescue of romance-starved DS owners with Love Stories for Adults:...

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Greg Keyes to pen official Elder Scrolls novels

The Elder Scrolls series is known for its large amount of in-game reading material. Oblivion and Morrowind both had dozens of books to read through when you weren't busy playing the games, a lot of which were based on the rich history and mythology of the Elder Scrolls universe. Bethesda has just a...

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Nov. 15 is 'National Gaming Day' at your library

The American Library Association, in a rather surprising diversion from its usual finger-on-lip hushing, has excitedly dubbed this Saturday, November 15th, as "National Gaming Day." At your library. Participating book bastions will open their doors to gamers of all types, promoting and celebrating...

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