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Nerd culture is everywhere these days. A relatively new-ish development has been a slew of video game related novels no, I'm not talking about novelizations and tie-ins. With the kids that grew up in the '80s with Amigas and SNES, who are now in their 30s and 40s, this was bound to happen. While there were quite a few novels in the 90s that took place entirely in virtual reality worlds, those were mostly second world fantasy novels that didn't really deal with video game lore or culture. Barring books like Gibson's Neuromancer and Stephenson's Snow Crash , this kind of novel didn't really happen until the s. Here are my choices of some of the better offerings. I haven't included non-fiction perhaps in the future , but I do mention some in the end notes.
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books based on votes: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, Snow Crash by Books About Video Games and Virtual Reality Added a few of the many Japanese fiction light novels focused on getting trapped in.
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This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. If you play a lot of video games, chances are a lot of the storylines you play are influenced by science fiction books you may not have read. In this list, you will find a number of sci-fi books that either have inspired current games, or involve gaming or game-like aspects in the genre. All of these are classics, and if you like video games, chances are you will like any of these if you give them a chance.