Reviews and Problems with A Game of Thrones: Genesis
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Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series
Game Over Online
14 December 2015
Excerpt: Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series is the latest episodic adventure / interactive movie from Telltale Games. As its name implies, it is based on George R. R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series of books — or more likely, on the HBO television series based on the books, as the game...
Excerpt: I was a late-comer to the whole Game of Thrones phenomenon. I had never even heard of the books (I stopped reading medieval fantasy novels in Junior High) and even when there were blogs and articles with Sean Bean's somber form plastered all over the Internet, my attention was never grabbed.
Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series by flotsam
5 February 2015
Excerpt: Game of Thrones Episode 1: Iron From Ice You might not have been aware of the novels, but I doubt there is anyone that does not know of the epic television series. You might not have watched it, you might not like it, but you will certainly know about it.
Conclusion: Overall, the game is a great start to the series. For fans of the series, the game is a must; especially with the long waiting period between seasons’ on HBO. For people who aren’t fans of the series, the game is still great; providing a deep, rich, and emotionally driven story that will suck you in...
Excerpt: You’ve read the book, watched the TV series, now it’s time to play the video game you just knew would turn up sooner or later based off of George R. R. Martin’s work. A Song of Ice and Fire is probably one of the most saturated pieces of literature out there; even the spoken dialogue between major...
Conclusion: If you’ve played through The Witcher 2 and are hankering for another similar experience, and don’t mind a budget-feeling title, then Game of Thrones is well worth considering. It may screw up a few major things, but I definitely ended up preferring it to Risen 2: Dark Waters (even though they share...
Summary: Edit – I’ve been asked to note this this piece is based on the US version of the game, as published by Atlus and available for a couple of weeks now. Despite there being no oceans in the middle of the internet, the UK version, published by Focus, is mysteriously not available until June 9.
Excerpt: Skip to Page 2 for our review of Game of Thrones Episode 2 - The Lost Lords. Almost two decades of novels, short stories, comics and HBO’s television adaptation weigh down on Telltale’s Game of Th