The lights are on
Winter is coming, and so is the strategy game based on George R.R. Martin's bestselling fantasy series. Check out the official trailer. A Game of Thrones: Genesis is only a week away from launch, and developer Cyanide has prepared a little sneak peek to whet your appetite. The game will challenge players to vie for the throne using warfare, treachery, and diplomacy. The trailer shows off in-game action in addition to some cinematics. Enjoy!
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Sensing greatness. I'd play a rpg also ^^
Hmm, I'll take a wait and see approach to this game. I'm a big fan of the books though (and the HBO show is awesome as well).
Is this an RTS? Because if so, I'm quite interested.
I love the series but I really suck at the RTS genre... I might pick it up anyway.
This looks cool, I've heard tons about the series but never actually gotten to them myself. Probably get this around next summer during the console draughts lol IF I'm done with Skyrim and BF3 lol
winter is coming, soon be cardigan weather.
Still have to read the books...
I am a huge Game of Thrones fan, but I just am not very impressed with this. While the idea of playing through Westerosi history is definitely intriguing to me, this game just seems to be lacking. I will just have to wait and see how it turns out I guess.
I love A Game of Thrones. I'm usually not one to play strategy games, but I have been wanting to try and play some different styles of games and I think this could be a good one to start with.
Rated teen? For something Game of Thrones related? That can't be good. Also the trailer did little to indicate that this will be anything better than a clone of pre-existing RTS games, which is disappointing because I desperately want the series' first venture into gaming territory to be great. But the world is so rich it really deserves an MMO.
This trailer doesn't look quite as good as the last one, imo. I was hoping this would be sweet, as the show is pretty awesome. I haven't read the books yet, but I'll probably get around to it someday.
I enjoy the irony in the "Stronghold 3" advertisement that's above this.