Summary: As a person use to first person shooters, this game is a yawn. Though you are given some choices on how to respond during conversations, with implications on how the game will proceed, you essentially sit their and view as the game plays itself. One is given choices in combat on how to respond to situations, yet after a choice is made, there again, the game plays itself.
Summary: From a gamer who plays a lot of Skyrim going to GOT for 360 was definitely a step down. The controls are hard to follow, combat is a mess and your ability to explore your world is severely restricted.
Summary: If you like game of thrones and cant get enough, this game is cheap and worth a play. If you have a hard time getting past clunky and glitchy game mechanics I'd completely avoid this title Good vendor though as well
Not the Game of Thrones experience I was looking for.
Melissa Hogan, Amazon
8 February 2013
Summary: Being a huge GoT thrones of fan, I was so excited to see this bundle when it arrived. The art book is fantastic but sadly that's the only nice thing I have to say about the game. I lost interest about an hour into the game. Way too much dialogue and not enough action, and when there was dialogue it wasn’t very enthralling. Very disappointed with the game.
Summary: I gave this game a shot, but the controls were so clucnk that I agve up probably a little more quickly than I should have. After going through the ordeal of creating a character and playing a level that was so rife with invisible walls and control miscues that I began to get frustrated.
Summary: I'm a huge Song of Ice and Fire fan and also a huge RPG fan, and as such was really looking forward to this game. I'd read mixed reviews but after reading mostly positive ones here on Amazon I decided to buy it at its discounted price. This game is HORRIBLE. The graphics are far inferior to most games on the Xbox 360 today. A shield draped across your back magically floats inches away on the screen.
Summary: I think that the story-line of the game probably makes purchasing it worthwhile if you're a fan of the books, but not if you're looking for game play. You get a whole fresh perspective of the Game of Thrones tale through the two characters you control. You really don't get the feeling that you're immersed in a stand alone experience though, since you are guided by the nose down the path of the story-line.