Reviews and Problems with A Game of Thrones: Genesis
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17 December 2015
Summary: Telltale, I hope this is the last time you trick me. I knew the story would be crap. I knew the choices would not matter. I knew the only way to enjoy it would be to take it as popcorn, to forget that the choices don't matter and try and care as much as possible.
Summary: Pros: Episodes 1-4 aren't horrible. Cons: Episodes 5-6 are horrible. Episode 5 has one of the biggest plot holes you will ever see in a story. Episode 6 is literally nothing more than one big advertisement for their next game. This game will leave you incredibly unsatisfied.
Summary: Considering you play telltale games largely for the plot you'd have thought telltale would put the most amount of effort into that area. Obviously not. Telltale thinks "shock" writing = good writing, which is definitely not the case.
Summary: A promising opening with the first 3 episodes, only for the final three to be complete buildup towards a real conflict resolution that never comes. The 'finale' is the final nail in the coffin as it abruptly ends without conclusion to any plotlines, which sets up for a 'season two'.
Summary: In my opinion, this is the worst Telltale game that I have played (started with TWD S1). This is the game where your choices matter the least, where the plot moves in directions for no logical reason other than to "shock" the player.
Summary: The masochists' wet dream Also Known As Trollface: The Game It's as if the developers watched an entirely different Game of Thrones than I did. One where everything was set in stone, with mind-numbingly unbelievably corny and hyper-unrealistic personae and where there was no ultimate progression...
Summary: Pros: - The game offers some brutal deaths. BRUTAL. DEATHS. - Really good art style. REALLY. GOOD. - Conversations with main characters is pretty cool. ESPECIALLY. TYRION. Cons: - Your dialogue choices DO NOT MATTER a great deal.
Summary: Just a standard run of the mill telltale game with really nothing new to show you expect a different license. Now thats not a bad thing, but the optimization of this game is for 2015 unacceptable, and telltale should finally do something with theyre ancient engine theyre using for so long now.
Summary: This game is undoubtingly weaker, MUCH weaker than the TV series. The story is weak, most of the characters are bland and boring. Graphically this game feels and looks much worse, than "The Wolf Among Us" and "The Walking Dead", sometimes to the point of looking pretty awful.