Summary: Little expensive, but if you have a good group of players, it has a lot of replay value. This replay value increases once you move on to making custom decks. Card are great quality, they fit well in the mayday sleeves.
Beautiful story, a must for GoT and RPG/Adventure fans
Jedd "jedd_s", Amazon
13 July 2012
Summary: The game is a spin off the very popular Game of Thrones series and is one of the rare games which manages to capture the mood of the original book. Cyanide is a small studio, so don't expect huge open world, or anything technically advanced - the game engine is quite old. But I think it is good enough not to distract you from the actual gameplay.
Summary: ...or not at all. I found the combat system different and interesting. It seems most people are complaining about it. To me, I just wanted to get through the combat to keep on with the story. That's how I usually play these things. This time, it was definitely how I wanted to do it. This is a gripping, compelling, mature and emotional story. And it's deep. Whoever said it was linear wasn't really paying attention.
Summary: Sure, from a purely technical standpoint, Game of Thrones doesn't stand up to titles like Dragon Age 2. The graphics and control functionality, for example, certainly aren't at that level. But the real lithmus test of a game is how fun it is. For me, as a fan of the Game of Thrones universe, this game is a blast.
Summary: OK, so this game is not going to win any awards for graphics, and it does have some bugs. I'm looking forward to the DLC personally, but as of now there is none. This game has a great story behind it and it is immense in choices and dialogue. The combat system is kind of weak no where near what I like in dragon age origins, but its manageable and you can get use to it.