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Not finished reading this yet, bought along with the Sleeper Agent Edition and Art Book, there was actually a problem with delivery of this item even though I pre-ordered it way in advance, couldn't really understand the lady with the thick West Indies accent but it eventually arrived. Anyway this is really an excellent, near perfect example of computer game merchandise, I love the fact that on it's own it is a very well written Survival Guide, like the one in the Far Cry 3 Insane Edition, but this is of a different standard in comparison. The extra dimension to this product is that it feels lived in, the blood droplets and singed edges of pages, detailed hand written notes of actual events depicted in the game scribbled in the margins of practically every page, I forget what there called but in one of the April Kellerer memory sequences in the game it refers to an actual paragraph written on a specific page of the guide, the developers and author obviously worked closely in tandem to achieve such a high standard for this product, the relics included are also a very nice touch which just make the item feel that much more authentic, a map of Manhattan and used bus ticket are just a couple of relics included which are also produced to a high standard, can't recommend enough, easily worth double the original price obviously only if your a big fan of the game.
Linked to the Ubisoft game The Division, the book answers a number of questions and provides background info to a number of elements within the single player game. It's quite satisfying to find a scene in the game where you know how the characters got there, and what they're motivation was, and this adds depth to the game. The book is well presented, has a number of 'artifacts' within it such as a map, a postcard, tube ticket, etc. to bring life to the story, but aside from a few a-ha moments, there's not enough puzzles in it for my liking and the ones that are in there are fairly tame. Also, unless I missed something, there isn't a major reveal at the end. Other than that, if you own The Division game you have to get this, and I guess it would work as a stand alone book as well.
This book took me a long time to get a hold off but glad I persisted a great read and an unusual one at that, with not just the printed text making the story but more all the hand written notes plasters all around. Let's you get more into the game with a back story of what it would be like in a hypothetical situation. The book feels great in your hand and all the added little extras stuck in between the pages are a really nice touch.
It's interesting book for The Division fans (but not a must have). It's also a useful book with non-fictional informations/tips for surviving a real catastrophe.
The book includes notes from a fictional person living in the "The Division" universe that complement the in-game history. The person also appears in-game in one of the final side-missions. Again, the person story and informations inside the book are not vital to understand The Division's main story but only complementary.
This is the best thing ever!! More reasons to fall in love with The Division! When I was reading the book I felt like I was in New York with the Dollar Flu and I had to find out how to survive by using this book and working out the clues. It's more than a book, it's more than a gaming merchandise. It's full with lots of tips and details and even pull out posters and train tickets. I waited a month even though i pre order but it was well worth the wait!
Just mind blowing. Really wish I had bought sooner. Gone back again and again in the game because of this book. So clever the stories and they way the author has wrote this book. Full of riddles and puzzles that are yet to be solved.
REALLY wishing they do one for Washington with division 2.
If you like a good read and something different this is a good book. It's a challenging read but we'll worth the effort. The challenge is the way it is set out and you don't at some points know what to read on the page first.
What drew me in to the game of the division was it’s world, the story and the lore, I just wanted more of it. As a companion piece it builds upon the world created here and it excels in storytelling and the fictional history of the Division. As a stand-alone story, this book is a superb survival guide with stories running alongside.