JMSloan - author, video game writer, and screenwriter "J.M. Sloan", Amazon
4 July 2014
Summary: It is a good game with a great storyline that takes place near the beginning of GoT. The fighting system was tedious at first, but became more interesting as the game went on, and the story was totally worth it. Great too that the player can make choices and not watch the story unfold but actually interact with it.
Summary: so far i have just played about 8 hours, and the plot is very good i like the work they did linking it slightly to GOT universe, but the gameplay is not very good or challenging, any way any gamer fan of GOT must play this one
Summary: This game is an RPG based on the Game of Thrones fantasy world. I will open this review by saying that I don't have any experience with the books or television show associated with this. But the story in this game, while it does reference some things from the books or TV show, you don't need to know about them in order to understand the game's story. It does a good job of informing you about who everyone is. The game's story is fantastic.
A game of Thrones a Tactical Intrigue game...not an action game!
Milton H. Birckhead II, Amazon
28 March 2013
Summary: I enjoyed this game but I must give the caveat that I love almost anything "Game of Thrones" related. I enjoyed the books, the television show, the living card game and the tactical board games (Battles of Westeros). This game gives a look to a time period in the first book of the Song of Ice and Fire series by George R R Martin and for what it is ,it is quite good. If you are looking for an action packed hack and slash game then that is not what you will find here.
Summary: As G.R.R. Martin show us in his world, this side story show us the worst part of Westeros, masked in a facade of chiavalry code and honor. Besides the games sidetracks in some parts (specially when you have to choose one of the heroes), and is filled with bugs, it's a nice gameing experience.