Reviews and Problems with A Game of Thrones: Genesis
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21 January 2015
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: One of the first things that strikes me about A Game of Thrones: Genesis is how bland it is. Before even talking about mechanics or gameplay or graphics or anything else that makes a game AGOT:G fails because it doesn't completely embrace the source material it purportedly represents.
I bought this game of Steam on launch day... read before you buy.
Indiana Customer, Amazon
25 September 2014
Summary: First off, this game is not well polished at all. Mods for Mount and Blade Warband, or Medieval Total War that are based on A Song of Ice and Fire are much better then this game. However, this game is not horrible, it is very political, which is what makes it unique.
Summary: I enjoy RTS games, not as much as RPG's but being fed the tactical base building warcraft style from a early age. One can appreciate a much different approach. However, despite my intrigue A Game of Thrones just doesn't intrigue. The game is not superficial with the a song of ice and fire universe.
Summary: The realm A Game of Thrones takes place in is wondrous, exciting, imaginative and unique. Regrettably, the same cannot be said for the game--mainly due to the fact that it does not immerse you in this world and the game mechanics are not polished.
Summary: Very disappointed. Thought I was buying a fun wargame which uses the Game of Thrones lore, and instead it ended up looking like a very generic boring type of game with little combat and slow-paced diplomacy with no real depth.
Summary: The combat system is to click on opponent so other than character development choices no real involvement in combat. Camera system is obviously console based, you constantly have to rotate camera while moving which is really bad for a pc game nowadays, the over the shoulder is so much better and...
Summary: The biggest problem Game Of Thrones faces is that most players, including myself, are coming to it from Skyrim. Even making allowances though, it's not a patch on the latter. I've played a short way into the campaign but already the game comes across as aimed at the consoles.