Summary: If it weren't set in the Game of Thrones universe, I would probably have stopped playing it. The setting/story is decent as it adds a little to the back story of the universe. Combat and character development aren't bad. It's just an average game overall to where it could have been much better.
Summary: Honestly, I hated it. Which sucks, because I wanted to love it. I absolutely love Game of Thrones. Pros: The storyline was good. Listening to the characters talk was nice. The voice acting was the best part. Cons: The graphics SUCK. Like--its the worst-looking RPG I've played. So not up to par with today's standards. The gameplay is choppy and weird. It is not fun to play. The fighting is slow and tedious. You dread getting into fights.
Decent for fans of the show and novels, disappointing for everyone else
Tin Salamunic "Video Game Journalist", Amazon
16 December 2014
Summary: Aesthetically, the Game of Thrones game captures the TV's dark tone beautifully. The environments are meticulously crafted and walking though some of the show's popular scenery is very exciting. The narrative also does a good job of keeping players engaged throughout, even if it lacks the complex character development of George Martin's novels. Unfortunately, the gameplay is absolutely terrible.