Game of Thrones Full PC Review:
When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die. Sounds simple enough, and if you’re a fan of the show, you’ve probably rolled your eyes at characters who lost all manner of honor and body parts when they were too dumb to figure it out. But it gets a lot harder when it’s you in the hot seat (the hot throne?), and Telltale’s Game of Thrones makes sure you feel the burn. A nerve-rending whirlwind of drama and uncertainty, it not only captures the spirit of Game of Thrones, but builds upon it in a way that feels truly unique for the series by putting the lives of its characters in your hands. Impenetrable as it can be to those who aren’t already devoted to the lore of George R. R. Martin’s universe, it’s everything a Game of Thrones fan could ask for and deserves a seat of honor right alongside the show that spawned it.
You play as several different members of the Forrester family, scattered from King’s Landing to the intimidating Wall, and have to do your best to keep them alive and working to save the House. As with all Game of Thrones works, you can expect a tale rife with tangled political intrigue and brutal violence, though the Forresters’ story also has an impressively human side – characters who seem one-note in the story’s opening hours develop into genuinely likable, engaging people by the end, with moments of true tenderness sprinkled in to contrast (and intensify) the doom and gloom. By the end, you actually want to keep them safe for reasons outside ‘winning’ because they’re fascinating people, not just the least awful ones around.
The Game of Thrones Is a PC action game. It was published Dec 02 2014. It also running successfully on Xbox 360, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One device also.
Telltale’s Game of Thrones certainly isn’t a game for everyone. Beyond the imposing amount of prior knowledge you have to have to understand it, its relentlessly dark and brutal storyline can be hard to handle. Some players will want to pass on a title that bleak, but as George R.R. Martin has proven, some just can’t get enough pain; for them, this Game of Thrones game is incredibly satisfying. From engaging characters to lovely environments, from political tiptoeing to so, so much blood, Telltale’s Game of Thrones is a masterfully-crafted and worthy addition to the Game of Thrones universe. Suffice to say, it brings honor to the family name.