A mediocre book, a shitty film and a game straight from the very depths of hell itself.
The book is kind of entertaining for a little while, despite the fact that the story ripped off a mix of Lord of the Rings and Star Wars, with forgettable characters and a lack of originality (The main character's name was the word "Dragon" with the first letter changed. Go figure). It really showed that it was written by a teenager. The plot is easily predictable but it's fine for when you just want a easy, slightly shoddy book to read.

The film is bad. Lifeless and at times a bit silly, the best thing in it is the visual effects. And, of course, the same flaws in the story of the book.
The game is terrible. You cannot upgrade anything, change anything and it's so repetitive I think I actually lost a lot of my brain cells from it. The graphics are rivaled only by video games of the cretaceous period.
Give the book a try if you really want to.
Avoid the film.
Buy the game and burn it to rid the world of this abomination.
I bet I get a load of down votes from Eragon fans now. Well, apparently some people have not read a decent book in a while.
by CLRB October 23, 2011
Something that is an over-rated, over-hyped piece of talent-less garbage, mostly dripping with praise from a newly-born cult of foaming-at-the-mouth fanboys. The excitement generated by these idiots then starts to spread. Casual, sensible people then decide to give the eragon a try. Of course, reviews and hype from the eragon greatly influence their minds. While at first they don't like the eragon that much, as they continue reading/watching/playing it, all the positive things they've heard about it form a foggy layer in their mind, clouding their judgement. As the hype for the eregon continues to grow throughout the months, their enthusiasm grows to. Before they know it, they've become fanboys too! This is known as the eragon effect.
Eragons often plagerize off other, better, things.
by The D-Man November 30, 2006
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