Reviews and Problems with A Game of Thrones: Genesis
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1 March 2015
Summary: Sure, the graphics aren't cutting-edge, slowdowns sometimes occur (at least on the PS3 version), controls aren't always very effective and your decisions won't necessarily alter the story in a big way. But Telltale's Game of Thrones episodes (1 and 2 released so far) brilliantly succeed in enabling fans of the TV series to enjoy a great story, laced with intrigue, deception and conflicts.
Summary: Much has been said about the illusion of choice in this series. I have to ask: what exactly do people expect? If the stats at the end of each episode are any indication, there are five major "choices" during the episode. If each choice creates a distinct branch in the story, that means the developers have to create ten different paths for just the first episode. Take five distinct Much has been said about the illusion of choice in this series.
Summary: Welcome to the world of Telltale games, a universe where any gamer involved plays a linear video until completion. As a game offers most the same options of what would be expected on a recording, pause, stop, fast forward, and rewind. Similarly will sell you this product in premium installments, because had we had the option to fully obtained we likely would cancel.
Summary: I never played a game like this before, it completely draws you into an amazing storyline. To be honest I didn’t even knew what ‘tell-tale games’ were all about. About the game, the characters are displayed brilliantly and have interesting storylines. Furthermore they are connected brilliantly to the main characters and story we all know from the TV-series (and books).
Summary: A jogabilidade é um pouco diferente do habitual o que dificulta um pouco ao inicio, a historia é interessante ate ao ponto em que tudo começa a correr mal, apartir daí perdi todo o gosto pelo jogo desistindo de o acabar a um capitulo do fim.
Summary: Although it's kinda slow at some points, I love the plot so far and can't wait for the next chapter. The graphics are far from perfect, but as long as the plot positives covers it, I have no problems at all. Also there's really small amount of interaction with surroundings, only thing you can do is "Look At" :/ Anyway, you have to check it.
Summary: Great Game Great story , Great setting , Great Voice Acting Really Fells Like The TV Show Game Of Thrones Tough Choices Death Sad Moments Moving Moments Really Fells Like You Are In The Middle Of An Ragging War If you are a fan Of Telltale Games & A Fan Of Game Of Thrones Then This Is An Must Buy I Give This Game Based Off Of Season 1 Episode 1 I Give It An 10 out of 10 Took Me Great Game Great story , Great setting , Great Voice Acting Really Fells Like The TV Show Game...
Summary: TellTale has done a wonderful job with the Game of Thrones IP. Graphical issues aside, the story really drew me in and I cannot wait for the rest of the episodes to be released to continue the characters adventures in Westeros.
Summary: This game is not fun to play, and it's main selling point, the story, is not that interesting. It is clearly just a way to cash in on the large fanbase of the Game of thrones series. You don't need to make a good game to entice already devoted fans, just include some memorable characters from the show and you're good! Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series, does not offer any This game is not fun to play, and it's main selling point, the story, is not that interesting.
Summary: Just played Episode 1. Typical Telltale, linear game where the only difference your choices make (with the exception of one) is that certain people are more pissed off with you. The game always ends up with the same damn endings, just like "The Walking Dead" Can't recommend at the $20 price tag, really. Watch the TV show instead or better yet read the books.