Thursday , August 16 2018

Game of Thrones Launch Screen

After creating a successful series of adventures games based on the hugely successful TV Show The Walking Dead, Telltale Games have turned their hand to what Google has just named as the biggest show of 2014: Game of Thrones.

Much like their previous efforts with The Walking Dead, the “pick your own adventure” style app has some really slick graphics and is a very engaging game. It will take you some time to work your way through and you really do feel like the decisions you make shape the adventure that you have and that you’re in control of your own in-game destiny.

Game of Thrones – A Telltale Games Series is a six part episodic game series set in the world of HBO’s groundbreaking TV show. This new story tells of House Forrester, a noble family from the north of Westeros, loyal to the Starks of Winterfell. Caught up in the events surrounding the War of the Five Kings, they are thrown into a maelstrom of bloody warfare, revenge, intrigue, and horror as they fight to survive while the seven kingdoms tear themselves apart. You will take on the role of different members of the Forrester household, and determine their fate through the choices you make; your actions and decisions will change the story around you.

Like The Walking Dead, Telltale Games will be releasing Game Of Thrones as episodes, with this first release: Episode 1, costing $5.74 for Australian buyers. Telltale games has 6 episodes in total planned for the Game of Thrones series, with a season pass for future episodes available through in app purchase for $23.79.

If you enjoyed Telltales previous The Walking Dead adventure games and are a fan of Game of Thrones, I’d suggest that you’re going to have a great time with their Game of Thrones adventure.

Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones
Developer: Telltale Games
Price: Free+

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Phil Tann   Journalist

Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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It’s a great game, but be cautious — it’s currently very buggy on many devices. I suggest a read of the Play store reviews, filtered by your device, to find out how bad it is. Playing this on the Nexus 7 (2013), for example, is a bit of a chore due to skipping audio and laggy graphics.

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