The CRPG Book: A Guide to Computer Role-Playing Games

by Bitmap Books

$69.95 AUD

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Spread over more than 500 pages, The CRPG Book: A Guide to Computer Role-Playing Games reviews over 400 groundbreaking games from 1975 to 2015, covering the role-playing classics we all know and love such as Ultima, Wizardry, Fallout and Mass Effect; these have all been brought to life with vibrant and engaging in-game images.

Each entry also shares articles on the genre, mod suggestions and hints on how to run the games on modern hardware. The book is completely by written by fans, AAA developers, indies, journalists, modders and industry personalities such as Chris Avellone, Ian Frazier, Scorpia, Ferhegón, Richard Cobbett, Brian ‘Psychochild’ Green, Durante, George Weidman and Tim Cain, to name but a few.

The CRPG Book: A Guide to Computer Role-Playing Games comes as a hardback as standard and uses thread sewn binding for extra durability. Each copy is then shrink wrapped. The cover features a specially created artwork by fantasy artist Jan Pospíšil. 


  • 528 pages, 254mm x 203mm, Lithographic print, Hardback, Sewn binding, Gold foil blocked cover and spine, shrink wrapped.
  • Book weight: 2.1kg
  • Featured Games
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24 Jan 2021
Australia Australia
Great art, informative and exhaustive.

I was surprised at the size of this tomb when it arrived in the mail. It is comprehensive and covers all mainstream and many smaller releases. Even experts will learn something. The bad news is that it will make you want to play many of these games! Prepare for more spending!

11 Jan 2021
Australia Australia

My partner purchased me the Point-And-Click book from the same series for Christmas. It lead me here. do yourself a favour, purchase this and the former. They rock. Beautiful, heavy, and great interviews. Not just a shameless cash-in, you'll flick through and rediscover games you thought lost to time.

15 Jan 2020
Michael N.

Hardcopy version absolutely trumps the PDF, great for display and coffee table reading. Pro: Fantastic representation of CRPG's. Con: None =]