Faites l’expérience d'un univers fascinant et tentez de survivre aux complots qui s'ourdissent autour du trône de fer.
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Date de parution: 7 juin 2012

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UN GRAND JEU DE RÔLE, DEUX QUÊTES ÉPIQUES

Vivez une aventure exceptionnelle dans l'un des univers les plus aboutis et passionnants de la littérature médievale-fantastique. Game of Thrones est un grand jeu de rôle qui vous entrainera au cœur d’une intrigue captivante, où votre destin sera guidé par la vengeance, l’allégeance et l’honneur.

Incarnez deux héros que tout oppose à travers deux grandes quêtes principales qui vous feront parcourir le continent de Westeros. Sur fond de conspiration et de trahison, tâchez de survivre aux machinations orchestrées autour du Trône de Fer, symbole de puissance et de pouvoir.

Développez vos personnages, apprenez de puissantes compétences, et participez à des batailles aussi tactiques que spectaculaires; aiguisez vos talents politiques, et préférez parfois le dialogue à la violence. Mais surtout, prenez garde… chacune de vos actions peut avoir de lourdes conséquences sur votre aventure !

Caractéristiques :

  • 2 histoires originales se fondant dans l’univers du Trône de Fer de G.R.R. Martin
  • Des combats aussi tactiques que spectaculaires !
  • De nombreuses quêtes secondaires
  • Explorez les lieux cultes de la saga, et rencontrez des personnages mythiques

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7
    • Processeur : AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.2 GHZ
    • Mémoire vive : 2048 Mo
    • Affichage : 256 Mo 100% COMPATIBLE DIRECTX 9 ET SHADERS 3.0. ATI RADEON HD 2600 XT/NVIDIA GEFORCE 7900 GTX OU SUPÉRIEURE
    • DirectX® : 9
    • Disque dur : 7 Go
    • Son :COMPATIBLE DIRECTX 9
    • Internet: INTERNET CONNECTION REQUISE POUR L'ACTIVATION
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4 personne(s) sur 4 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 16 octobre 2014
Ce jeu est resté dans ma liste de souhait très longtemps. Les critiques plutôt très moyennes m'avaient franchement refroidi. Et puis un jour ou il etait en solde je me suis dit qu'à ce prix là je ne risquais pas grand chose.
Et bien je n'ai pas regretté mon achat une seule seconde au cours de mes 30 heures de jeu.

On pourra toujours se plaindre de manques d'un point de vue graphique, gameplay... je laisse ces critiques à des gens plus compétents que moi.

Mais le scenario est franchement bien ficelé à mon gout, et nous tient en haleine jusqu'au dénouement final. Il est tout à fait crédible et s'imbrique parfaitement dans l'histoire officielle de Game of Thrones. Et surtout, l'oeuvre de Georges R.R. Martin est selon moi parfaitement respectée dans l'esprit et dans la réalisation, et c'est bien là le principal atout de ce jeu.

Si vous cherchez un open world RPG passez votre chemin, mais si vous voulez regarder/lire/jouer (je ne sais pas trop, un peu tout ça à la fois probablement) un nouvel épisode de Game of Thrones en attendant la prochaine saison, ce jeu remplira parfaitement sa fonction.
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Posté le : 26 septembre 2014
Une bonne surprise ce jeu.

Acheté en solde bien évidement car les critiques n'étaient pas vraiment dithyrambiques, le jeu m'a bien emballé. Certes la jouabilité n'est pas top et les graphismes sont... On va rester poli. Par contre, on se retrouve plongé dans l’univers du trône de fer et rien que pour ça ce jeu vaut le coup.
Le gameplay est pas mal et reste accrocheur jusqu'à la fin.

Bref un bon jeu que je ne regrette pas d'avoir fini.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 1 novembre 2014
Game of Thrones fait parti de ces RPG qui propose une aventure épique et bouleversante, dans le vrai sens des termes. Les Skyrim ou autre Dragon Age font pâles figures à côté et je pèse mes mots.

Le système de combat se veut en temps réel avec un mode en semi-pause. Sur le papier c'est bien, mais sur le terrain, l'interface rend certaines manipulations agaçantes et quelques combats brouillons. Alors le jeu se joue assez aisément mais on ne prend pas vraiment de plaisir sur les tactiques et les combats en eux mêmes, c'est dommage. On regrettera aussi un inventaire inutilement compliqué. A noté très peu de bugs, le jeu possède une bonne finition.

Techniquement, c'est pas super, à part quelques effets de lumières, ça reste très banal. Un effort a été fait sur les 2 protagonistes cependant, leurs armures sont superbes et leurs animations sont bien faites. Sur cette couche pas très glorieuse, Cyanide a réussi le tour de force de poser une grosse ambiance sur certains lieux, notamment chez la Nightwatch où on est littéralement plongé dans l'univers de GoT, un délice. Malheureusement, le jeu souffle le chaud et le froid et parfois on tombe sur des lieux très vide de vie et d'ambiance, notamment King's Landing.

Au milieu de tout ça se place une histoire, et une sacrée putain de bonne histoire.

Si vous connaissez les bouquins ou la série, vous ne pouvez qu'apprécier. Si vous ne connaissez rien de tout ça, vous ne pouvez qu'apprécier aussi, d'autant plus qu'un codex très fourni est consultable dans le jeu.

Cyanide a créer 2 personnages pour l'occasion avec leur propres histoires (sous l'autorisation de George R. R. Martin, uniquement superviseur) qui se dérouleront pendant le tome 1.
On retrouve tout ce qui fait le sel du roman. Des personnages charismatiques aux intrigues fortes avec de vrais choix moraux qui impliqueront un impact. GoT fait douter le joueur et l'emmène sur le terrain des sentiments. Dénués complètement de manichéisme, les dialogues, renforcés par une VO aux petits oignons, sont bien écrits.

Si vous y jouez, le jeu vous emmènera sur plusieurs fins, et à partir de là, vous ne verrez plus les autres RPG comme avant. Peut-être même que vous aurez enfin, un peu de reconnaissance pour Cyanide.
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 23 octobre 2014
Je recommande ce jeu "mais" pour les fans de la saga, je pense que toute personne étrangère au trône de fer sera déçu par ce jeu et à juste titre, les graphismes sont ... dépassés (pour rester poli), l'histoire est liée de très près aux trois premiers tomes, donc quiconque ne connait pas l'histoire sera certainement perdu dans ce jeu.

Pour les amoureux de Game of Thrones par contre, ce jeu est très bon, l'histoire est super, je n'en dirais pas plus pour ne pas spoiler, on peut se balader dans châteaunoir, la Mole, Port-Réal et j'en passe, la traduction est très bonne, les voix françaises sont celles de la série. J'ai apprécié le système d'évolution des personnages, les combats également sont bien pensés (système de pause active).

Une vingtaine d'heures de plaisirs pour moi en tout cas !
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83 personne(s) sur 99 (84%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
7.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 4 août 2014
I can recommend this game mostly for the plot and characters. THe writing is excelent, but everything else goes from anywhere between decent and weak. The graphics are sub-par, the music is forgettable and the voice acting goes from excelent (a couple of the actors in the series worked on this and deliver good performances) to mostly plain and laughable... Shame, since excelent acting would have helped the already excelent plot.

Now the combat... the combat is like most tactical RPGs (think Dragon Age: Origins for example), but it gets pretty plain and repetitive quickly due to lack of characters to form different parties.

Bottom line is... if you're looking for a good story, sure, get it for a decent price. Otherwise, there's other RPGs out there that do it better, be it graphics, gameplay, voice acting (and also have excelent stories to boot).
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41 personne(s) sur 51 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 14 septembre 2014
Honestly, some might call this game outdated, clunky, riding off the success of the books and shows...but I for one was extremely satisfied. Whatever flaws the game may possess was completely made up for by the compelling and gritty as ♥♥♥♥ story. You cannot help but really feel for the two protaganists...and cringe at the consequences of their actions. This is definitely worth a play through and I reccomend this title to anyone who enjoys a captivating story.
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22 personne(s) sur 26 (85%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 10 octobre 2014
This is one of the best story driven RPGs I played in the last few years. The story is just tremendous, and you play different character roles with different stories until later in the game when both stories mesh and things become hectic and shocking just like the HBO series.

There are still those who complain about the combat or camera, and I found the combat to be fun and somewhat challenging, although based on what you'd see in a console action RPG.

I was very pleased with this game. The only story driven game(s) I feel are greater than this game is The Witcher series and possibly Dragon Age, but it is extremely close.
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14 personne(s) sur 17 (82%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 14 octobre 2014
Ten hours in. Was almost turned away by negative reviews but decided I enjoyed the books and show too much to not try it. Good decision. The story is great and the combat is very similar to Knights of the Old Republic. I don't see myself regretting being tired at work from playing this game after the kids go to bed anytime soon.
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Posté le : 24 octobre 2014
I wouldn't say it's underrated, no not quite. But it is indeed an interesting game with a very well-written plot. There are a lot of references to places and characters only mentioned in the books, which I like a lot.
But due to poor design-choices, this game lacks the essence of a fully fleshed out RPG. It feels as if it was dumbed down for consoles, which it clearly was, there should be no doubt about that beyond this point.

    Pros:
  • Great voice-actors, some even the originals from the show (Mormont, Varys etc.)
  • Soundtrack the same as in the show
  • Authentic imagery of G.R.R Martins world
    Cons:
  • Clunky movement and camera controls
  • I don't like the graphics of this game: Textures seem old and uninspired
  • Magic - in my opinion it's just over-the-top and a hit in the face of the lore

Despite all that, I'm having a good time with it.
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10 personne(s) sur 11 (91%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 10 octobre 2014
This is an EXTREMELY situational recommendation. The gameplay takes a lot of time and patience to get used to and accustomed to. Once you get the hang of the combat system and the stats it becomes much more playable and you'll actually start to enjoy it. The story itself is worth fighting the opening segments of the game to finish though.
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49 personne(s) sur 84 (58%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 2 novembre 2014
As a devoted fan of the books and the TV series, I'm trying very hard to view this game in a positive light, but the blemishes just won't go away, no matter how hard I squint.

It does have many positive aspects. Just being in Westeros is a big deal and it's nice to meet characters that you already know. The story has the right feel. The graphics, while not spectacular by current standards, are enough to convey the required look and mood.

Unfortunately, the game play is abysmal. The combat mechanics, in particular, are downright painful and completely break the immersion in the battle as you have to fight more with the UI to do anything meaningful than you do with your opponent. I do like the "active pause" mechanism, where action (and even speech) continues in slow motion rather than stopping completely, but that's part of what breaks the immersion. If you want any chance to win your fight, you can't do it in adrenaline-pumping real time. As an option, "active pause" would be phenomenal. As an obligation, it sucks. And once you're in combat, you're locked in place with your opponent. You can't back down, move sideways, or go to a tactically better location. The only thing you can do is to change target. This is even worse as an archer. Once you start shooting, the game decides where you stand. You can't seek cover, even partial cover. You just stand there in the middle of the combat field like a big idiot while enemies either shoot at you or charge you, at which point you can switch to a melee weapon.

And then, there are cut scenes. Billions and billions and billions of cut scenes! While the cut scenes are interesting, they're too long and too frequent. If they wanted to make a movie, I would have gladly bought the DVD, but what I wanted here was a game.

Interaction with the world is also painful. You can't interact with most things and the only way to know that you can interact with something is when you're nearly on top of it and an obnoxious glowing icon suddenly appears over it. You can't talk to most NPCs, either. Unless they're a merchant or a quest giver, they're basically just mindless decorations. Even the ones you can talk to have no variety. They will repeat the exact same phrases over and over and over. You can't get into most buildings. You can't pick up objects that are on the ground. That beautiful sword on the ground? Forget it. It's just part of the backdrop. It might as well be a painting.

Basic movement is also incredibly primitive. We're talking Doom grade primitive. You can't jump and every drop is protected by a forcefield that prevents you from falling, even if it's only a couple of feet. You can't crouch or change speed either.

This final point bothers me personally, but some people might like it, though I can't begin to understand why they would. If you chose to play with the controller, the controller becomes the only thing you can use. The keyboard and mouse seem to be completely deactivated, except for the arrow keys when navigating a menu. Maybe they just wanted it to really feel like a console port.

So, if you're a Game of Thrones fan, you're kind of in a bind because you will want to play this, if only for the story and the chance to meet some of your favorite characters or to visit some of the locations. But if you're not a GoT fan and are just looking for a good RPG, walk past this one.
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8 personne(s) sur 9 (89%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 30 novembre 2014
This game has one of the best stories I've ever played and enjoyed. Admittedly, the combat system is clunky and the RPG mechanics seem tacked-on and shallow. But I hardly noticed it as I followed the story. A story of two different people, two different perspectives, and a merging point that would hit you right in the gut.

The last final minutes with the two main protagonists were the most epic. Finishing this game is like finishing a good book. A book that you, the gamer, helped write. And when you close it, you just shake your head and smile. Wow. Just wow.
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9 personne(s) sur 11 (82%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 14 octobre 2014
As a great fan of the "A Song of Ice and Fire"-books as well as the TV Series "Game of Thrones", I was enthusiastic, yet a bit sceptic of this game adaption.
Story plays kind of parallely to the Events surrounding the First Books, but I dont want to spoil the story itself for anyone (Its interesting though!).
As for gameplay, it reminded me a lot of the first "The Witcher" game in terms of how it felt. Its not realy open world, but there are a few Side Quests though. Fighting System is solid, takes a bit getting used to, though. The major focus lies on the strong story. I´d say the source material is good adapted, and as such I am positively surprised by this license adaption.
I would definitely recommend this game for fans of the books and/or series.
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11 personne(s) sur 15 (73%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 31 octobre 2014
When I played this game I had not seen or read any of the Game of Thrones mediums.

The game stands on it's own and I enjoyed it without knowing any of the background lore, in fact it armed me with some knowledge for when I watched the TV series.

You have preset characters but can choose to specialise them in different ways. The game is fairly linear, but some times there are choices that lead to different consequences (such as the endings).

Combat is real-time with pause and aside from using multiple skills is a pretty straightforward affair.

Overall a decent game whether you are familiar with the source material or not.
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8 personne(s) sur 10 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 30 septembre 2014
The game is quite stiff, the code seems bad, lags a lot and look like a game of 10 years ago.
As a RPG, is similar to The Witcher, regarding the mechanics, but it's not as good thought as the first one; some things are very frustrating (like achievements that can't be done if you don't play exactly as the game want, which shouldn't be a thing, in a RPG).
BUT
The story is well made and quite interesting (George Martin's supervision is clearly felt in some key-point), and in the end they have been 30 pleasent hours.
And then there's him: Mors Westford, the Punisher of Westeros, who alone make the game worth of being played.
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9 personne(s) sur 13 (69%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 1 décembre 2014
This game could have been--and should have been--great. The story was written by George R.R. Martin himself, and it fits into the the overall story of A Song of Ice and Fire well. That said, the game clearly had a low budget. The graphics and animations are bad, the combat is boring and repetive, the environments are bland, and most of the voice acting is grating. It's almost funny how some of the characters are endearing despite looking and sounding like crap. The one saving grace is the traits system, which actually rewards (or punishes) you via stat buffs/debuffs depending on what choices you make throughout the story.

This game is almost worth playing thru for the story, but you would probably be better off reading a synopsis or watching a Let's Play video. As it stands, it's a 4/10 pass for this one.
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10 personne(s) sur 15 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 13 octobre 2014
Truly an underrated gem.. Dont be fooled by all those rewiewers which quitted after 10 mins if you like mature story-driven RPGs and/or are a fan of the books you'll love this.

The best story i've ever seen in a videogame, (and i'm quite into storydriven) if you read the books you'll surely notice Martin's touch :), the dialogues and the main charaters are also excellent, the choiche system is one of the best i've seen and the choiches are truly meaningful... what more can i say? Yeah it also last quite longer than other modern rpgs it took almost 30 hours to me to finish my first playthrough and i also skipped a few secondary missions.

The combat was criticized as one of the weak point of this title but is actually quite good, a bit repetitive and boring at the start while you unlock new techniques and moves it truly start to shine.. a few hours into the game it's already very satisfying, it also require you to play it tactically and on knight (medium) difficulty it's already truly challenging and unforgiving in later stages.

The graphics are good enough when maxed, expecially the lights effects, for some reasons some of the most common (medium) armor in the games seems low tex

Sadly there a few aspects where clearly emerge that the devs were short of money like repeating models and bad voice actors for common npcs (the voice actors for the protagonist and others main characters are very good though) and some other unpolished aspects but these are really minor drawbacks in an overall memorable experience.. also with all the choices and the class sistem there surely enough material for second or third playthrough.

In the end i still consider this one of the best RPGS i've had the pleasure to play in my life, if you are a fan of the books and/or mature story driven games this is truly a must buy.
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Posté le : 11 janvier
Game of Thrones is a real time RPG set before the events of the show but will eventually go up to Season 1 of the show. It has you controlling two protagonists, one a Ranger of The Wall called Mors Westford and the other a self exiled heir to a powerful lord of the south called Alester Sarwyck. Each have their own inventory, money and skills which you will have to constantly manage. The game is mostly linear but has a few side quests here and there but will expire once that chapter is over. It does feature a few characters from the show that play vital roles like Queen Cersei and Varrus along with some well known locations like Kings Landing and Castle Black. Neither area are impressive though and Kings Landing feels like a tiny town instead of the capital of Westeros. If you are unfamiliar with Game of Thrones the game does feature a lot of codex entries to help fill you in.

Let me start off with talking about gameplay. It is pretty simple, you auto-attack an enemy when spotting them but pressing the attack button is much more effective as it cause more damage and its a lot more likely to connect the blow. Then you can select an ability and a menu opens up causing the action to go into slow motion to give you more time to select them. Which sounds alright but the fact that you usually fight by yourself against multiple enemies will cause you to quickly get bored since you have a limited set of moves and will be relying heavily on the same few moves with little chance to vary it up. The targeting system is very clunky and will flat out refuse to work at times causing you to take unnecessary damage as you are unable to target the archers that are quickly draining your health and to further annoy you enemies strikes can hit you even if you are a couple feet away from them and they strike air. I feel combat would be a lot more enjoyable if you had a party like most games of this genre but as it stands it feels very tedious.

Once you reach level 7 you can choose another fighting style which has it's own set of moves which is very welcome so you can experiment with a few more ablities. The game also features light stealth sections in where you take control of Mor's dog and enter a first person mode to pick up on peoples scents and hunt them down. You can take out enemies by sneaking up behind them and pouncing on them to rip out their throats which is fun at first but for some reason they found it necessary to make you mash a button when doing that which gets annoying fast. Alester on the other hand has an ability to spot hidden items but the animation of it takes quite awhile to finish which makes it annoying to use too. At one time you are required to go on a scavenger hunt searching for seven keys around Alester's castle which just felt like lazy padding but luckily after that you can solve the games only puzzles which were pretty enjoyable.

Graphics are very outdated and the major areas you explore are tiny and unimpressive. On top of that the amount of times they reuse the same models is absurd. Every piece of armor looks different and it is pretty fun mixing and matching the armor sets to your liking. Enemies all look very similar minus the sigils of their lords on the armor and shields which isn't really a problem since the fantasy stuff is near non existent in this game. The user interface for the inventory is pretty bad since it is difficult to compare equipment and weapons, armor,potions, etc are separated into different tabs which make it even more of a hassle. Also when selling at vendors the items you have equipped are in random positions with only a tiny icon that has your face on it which may cause you to accidentally sell your best equipment. Another issue I would like to address is that the mini-map is very confusing to understand and you have to be practically on top of an item or location so that you know where it is, though there is a map in the start menu which is much more useful.

Sound is a mixed bag. The music features the main theme to GoT and some other fitting music which I find enjoyable but loops a bit too often. Sound effects are just average, they do the job. Now this is the worst flaw of the game, the voice acting. Holy cow, with the amount of dialogue in this game you'd think they would atleast try to make it decent but nope. The only characters with decent voices are the ones from the show, the rest are terrible. They all sound half asleep and sound so monotone that it really damages the story in this game. It makes the world and adventure seem so boring hearing how everyone talks like the world's most underpaid documentary narrator. None are capable of of showing emotion, they yell “No!” the same way I would from arguing with Siri on my phone while high on meds from a blow to the head.

Story starts off with the most evil looking protagonist called Mor's as he does a few missions for the Night Watch and eventually switches to Alester who has returned to Westeros for his fathers funeral. Both are really interesting characters (with bad voice acting) and the events that happen to the game will eventually effect both of them. The story in this is surprisingly important and is capable of changing all of Westeros to keep it vague and spoiler free. It is pretty cool playing as a character with a looked down upon religion and wish they would have done more with it other than a few characters hating your guts because of your beliefs. They do an excellent job at getting you to despise the villain in this game and became my main motivation for wanting to beat the game considering the main story was rather uninteresting until later on. About 3/4th into the campaign the story suddenly becomes very good and will have you hooked until the awesome end. It was a rather surprising and welcome change, it's like if the writer's boss found out he spends most of his workdays playing Minecraft or something and replaced his computer with a typewriter.

This is one game I spent a lot of time wondering if I should recommend or not. It isn't broken and runs fine enough it's just so boring until much later on. It doesn't do anything well other than build up the main characters but even that is negatively effected by awful voice acting. And it is rather tame until the 3/4th mark which is strange considering how gritty and violent the GoT universe is. I'd have to say that if you are a huge Game of Thrones fan wanting to explore parts of Westeros and wanting to see a story not involving the Starks and Lannisters then feel free to give this one a shot.
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25.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 16 janvier
really RECOMMENDED, this is a must for GoT fans.

The game is outdated, a mediocre indie game, graphics is a bit meh, combat system is nothing special.
5,5/10

The story... 100/10
it's awesome, George R. R. Martin's style, heavy plot twists... oh the feel !
the story it's good enough to ignore the poor technical side.

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Posté le : 7 octobre 2014
Very simple RPG mechanics in a intresting world. It was alot better then I expected. If you are a fan of the books or TV show (both) then this game is worth the money without question. In is it's own little story set before the first book, I was really enjoying it.

Also like the book it is told from multiple perspectives and you play diffrent characters. One of the nice features of the game.

Good but not great. Worth it.
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