Summary: As expected, most games based off a hit TV show or movie are terrible and this is no exception. I will admit, I did buy this expecting it to okay but not great but I was in a for surprise when I loaded it up and started playing. First of all, while the graphics are subpar, it would have looked great as a PS2 game, the music and introduction got me thinking I was watching a lost episode of Game of Thrones.
Summary: I purchased this as a gift for my GoT boyfriend but he HATED it. The graphics are terrible, the game is only very loosely tied to the television series, and it is very user un-friendly and complicated. He exchanged it at Game Stop two days after if played it. Pass on this one.
Summary: The story in the game was very intriguing but the first few battles were so hard to get through that I gave up and traded it in. I really wanted to be able to play this game badly, but it was just too hard.
This is quite possibly the worst game I have ever played
3 May 2013
Summary: Utterly horrible gameplay. It is sad that Atlus got the rights to use the "Game of Thrones" franchise name to put together this "waste of a blue ray disc". Nothing in this game coincides with the actual book or film (except for the opening theme song). The graphics are very outdated (comparable to PlayStation 1 style - if that). As I said, the gameplay is a joke: There are long delays in the action time it takes for your character to perform an attack.
Summary: Well, let's begin with the good. The story to this game serves as a prequel to the books & subsequently the HBO series. The plot follows two characters, each of whom you control throughout the game. In the first half you switch back and forth at certain intervals in the story until, at length, both heroes come together to finish the final half of the game. Prior to both heroes' paths merging the story is awkward and sloppy.