Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Call to Adventure: The Stormlight Archive Game by Brotherwise Games
I have to admit that I don’t read as much as I should. It isn’t that I don’t like to read. It’s that I don’t make time for it. When I find a book or series that I enjoy, I cannot put it down. The funny part is that the last few books that I’ve become obsessed with have been discovered through gaming. I hadn’t heard of Brandon Sanderson’s series, “The Stormlight Archive” until I was introduced to it through Brotherwise Games. The recent release in the Call to Adventure series is based on the novels! We’re thrilled to be able to incorporate this hot product into our Mega Giveaway! Let the adventure draw you in and enter to win a copy of the Call to Adventure: The Stormlight Archive game!
Holiday Giveaway 2020 – Call to Adventure: The Stormlight Archive Game
42 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Call to Adventure: The Stormlight Archive Game by Brotherwise Games”
hard for me to be more excited after playing the game, when im playing the game because i read the novel
I think it does, you’re already invested
Yes, playing a game based on a novel makes me more interested in reading the story.
Yes, that makes me want to play more!
Definitely! And I’ve been meaning to check out The Stormlight Archive anyway….
Yes, especially if I enjoy the theme or story in the game, I would definitely consider reading the book(s)
Illustrating our imaginations!
Absolutely, just like watching a movie first – and the books are always better!
I would absolutely read the book. It would make your imagination come to life.
Absolutely–if I owned this game, I would definitely read the book right away.
Playing a game based on a novel may help give more context and better storyline!
Depends on how well the story is represented in the game and whether it felt like a good story.
Dazzling to behold!
Yes, sorta. But does it all follow the same course?
Absolutely makes me more interested in reading the books, although I tend to read the books before playing the associated games!
sometimes – it depends on the story line
Depends on the game! If I enjoy the story in the game, I’d definitely be interested. But if not…. well, then I probably wouldn’t care to try.
Yes it does.
I’d be more interested in playing the game based on a novel I read, while playing a game based on a novel might make me consider reading the novel if I enjoyed the game.
I love these novels, so I’m definately more interested in playing the game!
It’s never happen to us but I think the game would be more interesting if it was based on a novel.
Depends on the plot. Science fiction, then yes.
Sometimes. Most of the novel-based games I’ve played, I already read the book. But I’m quite curious if playing this game will prompt me to read the books.
Yes, it would make me interested in the background of the world and characters.
Yes! I read this book first which made me buy the game and expansion! I can’t wait to try the stormlight version!
Good question. I definitely am more interested in playing a game if it’s based on a novel (or movie) I’ve read or seen , but I don’t think I’ve ever played a game based on a novel that I haven’t read. Having said that.. If the game was enjoyable I probably would want to read the book.
Depends on the story .
Yes it does!
It depends on how much the game has the story integrated
As a general rule yes! But it will depend how well the story is integrated and highlighted throughout the game.
Yes, it definitely makes me more interested in reading the story. In fact, I would probably be inclined to read the story first.
No doubt in my mind that it does get my attention and wanting to know more.
It does make me more interested to read the book a game is based on.
If I like the game it does!
Absolutely! If they can make a good game based on a books source material it makes me wonder what inspired it.
Yes I think playing the game would make me want to read the novel, but only if the game is good.
Yes I think it does .
Yes, it does make me more interested.
I would absolutely read the book
Yes…it helps you play the game while using your imagination from reading the book.