Morecambe Library’s top 10 video games books

At number five is Simon Parkin's An Illustrated History of 151 Videogames
At number five is Simon Parkin's An Illustrated History of 151 Videogames
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Are you into video games? Morecambe Library this week takes a look at its top 10 books with a video games link.

1 Assassins Creed : The Ankh of Isis Trilogy – Eric Conbeyran

This collection of the first three Assassins Creed graphic novels tells the story of Desmond Mile’s abduction, escape and how he joined the assassins fight against the Templars.

2 The Art of Bioshock 

This visually stunning book complements one of last year’s best looking games and is packed full of detailed illustrations of characters and scenery.

3 Halo: Evolutions Volume 1

A collection of stories set in the Halo Universe from authors including Jonathan Goff, Eric Nylund and Eric Raab.

4 Minecraft For Dummies

This guide to the highly addictive block game is suitable for novices and experts.

5 An Illustrated History of 151 Videogames – Simon Parkin

Covering five decades of video games this visual guide takes us through 151 of the most influential games.

6 Grand Theft Auto V: 
Strategy Guide

The guide to the biggest game of 2013 with comprehensive maps and tips.

7 The Art Of Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag

Packed full of illustrations from concept to final visuals this book looks at locations, characters and more.

8 The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia

An in-depth look at the Zelda game series including concept art, a timeline of the games and an exclusive Zelda comic.

9 Grand Thieves and Tomb Raiders: How British Video Games conquered the World – Magnus Anderson and Rebecca Levene

A fascinating insight into the UK games companies and how they have been 
involved in creating 
some of the biggest games around.

10 Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2014

Angry Birds, Minecraft, Professor Layton and Grand Theft Auto are just a few of the games mentioned in this fact-filled volume.