- Paperback: 100 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (December 12, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1541089596
- ISBN-13: 978-1541089594
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
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From the Author
"Um...errrrr...can I think about it?" he said.
And that got me to thinking.
What if I made a book to test the full breadth of knowledgepossessed by gamers? What if I crammed my geek experience together with that ofall my buddies? And what if I tested the entire world to see who's the mostknowledgeable video gamer ever?
So here we are - 114 questions deep.
Don't get too scared. I don't get obnoxiously obscure, and Itry to stick to mostly classic games.Though of course I've sprinkled a few off-the-grid questions around. I've gotgamer friends who wouldn't let me off the hook if this book were too easy.They'd go all Ganondorf, Ridley, and Bowser on me.
The idea is this:
Each page contains one, two, or three questions.
The next page has the answers.
Except for the final section, each question answeredcorrectly is worth one point, no matter how easy or difficult.
After you (or your friends) get through the whole book, addup all your points.
1-15 points - You're not a hardcore gamer.Thanks for playing! J
16-30 points - You're pretty slick, but youhaven't quite cracked gamer god status. Go play Witcher, Metroid Prime, GrandTheft Auto 5,000, and Dark Souls III. Then we'll talk.
31-50 points - Most impressive. All I'm sayin'.
51-70 points - You are a true gaming scholar. Oryou used Google extensively to cheat. Either way, your dedication iscommendable. Let's hang out sometime.
71+ points - First of all, no person to whom I've administered thisquiz has ever scored higher than sixty-something. Second of all, if youactually, legitimately scored this high, you're probably a pro gamer or ownevery single gaming system ever made. Congrats. You win.
I encourage readers of The Ultimate Video Game Quiz to writetheir answers and point totals in this book. After all, it's only a few bucks,a far cry from some of the enormous novels I've written. It's light. It's fun.It's for every level of gamer.
And that's exactly why I wrote it.
About the Author
J Edward Neill is the author of sci-fi hit A Door Never Dreamed Of. He's also the author of the dark fiction series, Tyrants of the Dead, the co-author of Hollow Empire, a six-part medieval opera, and the creator of the Coffee Table Philosophy series, spanning ten books and 1,000+ party-ready philosophy questions. He's published multiple short stories for Kindles galaxy-wide. Catch up with J via his websites: TesseraGuild.com and DowntheDarkPath.com. A reader of mass quantities of fantasy and sci-fi, J Edward became obsessed with writing fiction in early 2001. On one bitterly cold morning in the lowest corridor of his cubicle, he set fingers to keyboard and began hammering away on what would become a much larger project than he ever imagined. Since that day, he's spent nearly all his free time lost in his daydreams, conjuring ways to write the kind of stories he always loved as a child. J Edward currently lives in the 'burbs of North Georgia, where he moonlights as a foodie, a sipper of too much pinot noir, and the most cantankerous member of his small but beloved family.
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