Gamer Guy: A LitRPG novel

Alturan considers himself a solo player, both in-game and out. So how is it happening that he is forming all these connections with others? Is the game world changing him in the real world too. He is challenged to take on a greater role, become more than he is. Is his life in VR getting less virtual. He doesn't like the entanglements and obligations, but there are rewards!


My Opinion: 354 pages, $2.99, Available on Kindle Unlimited

Harry is a ranger looking to get his first wolf companion, he meets a cute druid.

Story drops you into the VRMMO game world with the main character and it just follows him as he does his thing. There aren’t a lot of explanations about certain abilities or skills but you can sort of figure them out contextually.

So far really it’s just following him around as he hunts, trades, talks to NPCs, interacts with other players, tells stories about his past adventures, or gives opinions about MMOs. It’s enjoyable as long as you’re not expecting anything else other something that reads like a journal of gamer guy or a collection of serialized stories.

Score: 6 out of 10

Gamer Guy: A LitRPG novel