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November 1st, 2018, 04:36
Originally Posted by Couchpotato View Post
Yes we are and Netflix better beware of the pissed off fanbase.

Quick lesson the games are more popular then the books. So without the games the books never would have nothing but a cult following worldwide outside of Poland.

Also please spare me the usual creative interpretation excuse. It just means the producer of the show or movie can ruin/change anything they want to.

That's why most game or book adaptions are better left untouched.

(Basically don't bother making them)
If they're untouched, or you don't watch them, is there a difference?

What made the game good? It was still its own interpretation of the book. The idea that there's only one good interpretation to that is a narrow view. The more you hate on the idea before even seeing it, increases the chance you won't like it, because you've trained your mind to an ideal. Open your mind!
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