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  1. In a blog post earlier today, novelist Patrick Rothfuss revealed that he has been courted by a wide number of movie studios after the rights to the property reverted back to him just before this year's San Diego Comic-Con. His ongoing fantasy series The Kingkiller Chronicles has been a pretty significant success in the literary world and Hollywood thinks Rothfuss might hold the key to the next big thing in movies. However, the author apparently was hesitant to accept any of the deals until he talked with Lionsgate. Lionsgate offered him a deal for not only movies based on his books, but also a television series and a game. What exactly does Lionsgate have to do with video game development? Not much, though they did invest in Telltale Games earlier this year. Nothing official has been announced other than the studio and Rothfuss are working together to get some projects off the ground, but it is highly likely that we could be seeing an adaptation of Name of the Wind or a different story set in the Kingkiller universe coming out of Telltale sometime down the road, which is a highly exciting prospect to anyone who has read Rothfuss' work. View full article
  2. In a blog post earlier today, novelist Patrick Rothfuss revealed that he has been courted by a wide number of movie studios after the rights to the property reverted back to him just before this year's San Diego Comic-Con. His ongoing fantasy series The Kingkiller Chronicles has been a pretty significant success in the literary world and Hollywood thinks Rothfuss might hold the key to the next big thing in movies. However, the author apparently was hesitant to accept any of the deals until he talked with Lionsgate. Lionsgate offered him a deal for not only movies based on his books, but also a television series and a game. What exactly does Lionsgate have to do with video game development? Not much, though they did invest in Telltale Games earlier this year. Nothing official has been announced other than the studio and Rothfuss are working together to get some projects off the ground, but it is highly likely that we could be seeing an adaptation of Name of the Wind or a different story set in the Kingkiller universe coming out of Telltale sometime down the road, which is a highly exciting prospect to anyone who has read Rothfuss' work.
  3. Titled The Sword of Attila, the latest Total War novel follows the astonishing career of the warlord who once brought the western world of antiquity to its knees. New York Times best-selling author and accomplished historian David Gibbins tackles the topic of the Hunnic Empire's clash with the Western Roman Empire with his signature adventurous flourish. The novel focuses on events as seen through the eyes of Flavius, a Roman Tribune, as his world crumbles under the might of the oncoming Hun armies. Though the novel itself won't be available until January 29, the first three chapters have been made available on the Total War wiki page. Meanwhile, Total War: Attila will release for PC on February 17.
  4. Titled The Sword of Attila, the latest Total War novel follows the astonishing career of the warlord who once brought the western world of antiquity to its knees. New York Times best-selling author and accomplished historian David Gibbins tackles the topic of the Hunnic Empire's clash with the Western Roman Empire with his signature adventurous flourish. The novel focuses on events as seen through the eyes of Flavius, a Roman Tribune, as his world crumbles under the might of the oncoming Hun armies. Though the novel itself won't be available until January 29, the first three chapters have been made available on the Total War wiki page. Meanwhile, Total War: Attila will release for PC on February 17. View full article
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