Erleben Sie ein einzigartiges Abenteuer in einem der faszinierendsten Universen! Inmitten Verschwörung und Betrug müssen Sie dem Machenschaften rund um den Eisernen Thron widerstehen.
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Veröffentlichung: 7. Juni 2012

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EIN GROSSARTIGES ROLLENSPIEL, ZWEI EPISCHE ABENTEUER

Erleben Sie ein fantastisches Abenteuer in einer der umfangreichsten und faszinierendsten Welten der mittelalterlichen Fantasy-Literatur.Game of Thrones ist ein episches Rollenspiel mit einer packenden Handlung, in der Ihr Schicksal von Rache, Loyalität und Ehre bestimmt wird.

Schlüpfen Sie in die Rolle von zwei völlig unterschiedlichen Helden und durchleben Sie zwei Handlungsstränge, die Sie zu vielen geheimnisvollen Orten auf dem Kontinent Westeros führen. Überleben Sie in einer Welt voller Verrat und Intrigen die Machtspiele um den Eisernen Thron.

Entwickeln Sie Ihre Charaktere, erlernen Sie mächtige Fertigkeiten und meistern Sie mit Stärke und Finesse packende Kämpfe. Bringen Sie Ihr diplomatisches Geschick zum Einsatz, um in brenzligen Situationen mit der Macht der Worte zu triumphieren. Aber gehen Sie vor allem wohlüberlegt vor... All Ihre Taten haben einen entscheidenden Einfluss auf den weiteren Verlauf Ihres Abenteuers!

Hauptmerkmale:

  • 2 originelle Geschichten basierend auf dem Universum von „Das Lied von Eis und Feuer“ des Erfolgsautors George R. R. Martin
  • Spektakuläre und taktisch anspruchsvolle Kämpfe!
  • Viele spannende Nebenquests
  • Erkunden Sie die berühmten Schauplätze der Saga und treffen Sie auf bekannte Charaktere der Romane und TV-Serie

Systemanforderungen

    • Betriebssystem: WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7
    • Prozessor: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2,2 GHZ
    • Speicher: 2048 MB
    • Grafik: 256 MB 100% DIRECTX 9 UND SHADERS 3.0 KOMPATIBEL. ATI RADEON HD 2600 XT/NVIDIA GEFORCE 7900 GTX ODER BESSER
    • DirectX®: 9
    • Festplatte: 7 GB
    • Sound: DIRECTX 9 KOMPATIBEL
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Slayer of Pussies
( 0.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. Juli
I had more fun adjusting my graphics settings than playing this game. Even at $5, this game sucks.




Horrible graphics, several graphical bugs, generic storyline, worst combat system ever in a game, etc.
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ヽ( ͝° ͜ʖ͡°)ノ
( 21.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. Juli
Good game, gameplay is a bit lacking at times and (like many Cyanide games) it gives a clear feeling of an unpolished game though (like many Cyanide games) it makes up for it in little, bold ideas and cool story.

This is one of the games where you play mechanically for a while then go all "wow can I really do that ? Great"
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★ Bartes ★
( 53.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. Juli
Game of Thrones
This is a good game that definitely makes up for the plot and the main characters. This title is based on the fantasy of George R. R. Martin "A Song of Ice and Fire". The story is presented from the perspective of two characters. The first of them is a member of the Night's Watch, Mors Westford. In contrast, the second character is Alester Sarwyck that after 15 years of exile as a priest R'hllora return to Westeros for the funeral of his father. Heroes have a rich biography and discovering their history constitutes the most part of the game. The game takes place on land of Westeros where we visit places such as Riverspring, Kings Landing, Riverrun, Mole's Town and Castle Black. At the beginning of the game we choose the class of our characters and for each character a set of three profession. The game is divided into chapters and while playing we will gain experience by killing enemies and completing missions so that we could be able to improve our statistics. In addition, during the game we will make choices that it will add additional statistics. The fight will not be relied on pressing the buttons to defeat our enemy. Instead, the fight will be based on tactics and the appropriate action preforming attack or defense action, so that your character is not killed in combat. Also, we will have access to the companions who will accompany us during the fight. This is definitely a good game that has a great story. Sound system is very good too. The biggest problem with this production is that various things have been converted like type of armor, places in Kings Landing and Castle Black does not resemble anything and nothing from the show. While ending this review I would like to say that the game is worth the price and I had a lot of fun after finished this game.
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EazyLee
( 4.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 30. Juni
Had this on Xbox 360 and decided to buy it on pc while its on sale.

Good enough game for game of thrones fans, once you get used to the camera and the combat you'll be having fun and enjoying the story.

The DLC however, i'd like to know who selected the voice actors for the wildlings because they all sound southern, its taking the authentic ice and fire feel away from the game for me, but this is my only gripe.
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unironically say brand
( 15.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 28. Juni
Clunky, ugly, and visible budget constraints; yet despite all that it nails the spirit of the books and still manages to deliver a story worth on its own merits.
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The Hoff
( 6.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 27. Juni
Definitely worth playing at least once, for those who just can't get enough Game of Thrones. You definitely feel like you're in the Game of Thrones Universe.
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Catayana
( 3.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 26. Juni
At first I must say, that I played this game mostly on my second account.
I bought this game when it was on sale (or by humble bundle, I don't remember now, forigive me).

Now just talk about the "+" and "-" of this game.
+ Not the best, but still good plot.
+ You can finally visit King's Landing (sorry if I spell it wrong, my English isn't so good).
+ Two characters with different personalities, goals and skills.
+ Five different endings. I had fun when I tried to unlock them all, but it wasn't too difficult.
+ Secrets. It was funnier to find things with R'hllor's power, but hound's part was amazing too.
+ "Gret dog assassin". I don't like dogs, but Mors' hound was nice!
- It's too ♥♥♥♥ing expensive. If I had to pay this for almost 20 euros, I would not do that.
- Music. Was it too difficult to find some tracks? After some hours I had enough.
-Alester's endings. Really? I played to defend Riverspring, not to hang myself or get killed by Ceresei's guards' hand. Omg.
- Jeyne's story. I think it was possible to save her and her child.
- Fights. It was just like simple spamming and waiting for energy.
- Too few characters from the show. Cersei, Mormont and Varys? Where are the Starks? Or Dany? Disappointing.

I'm a little bit mixed about this game. I could recommend it just when it's on sale.
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KronusX
( 2.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 22. Juni
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Game of Thrones is developed by Cyanide Studios as an action RPG following the adventures of a Night Watch’s brother and a priest of R’hllor. As a huge Game of Thrones fan, I love content related to the seven kingdoms as well as the anything below the narrow sea, and yet somehow I could not get into Game of Thrones game.

At first glance, it seems like an amazing experience. You see the prologue which is pretty amazing narrated by Varys, you can customize your character and pick one of the three classes in the game each with different abilities, customize your attributes, skills and traits. As a big bonus you also get a unique tree for each of the characters, in the case of the Night watch it is your very own hound and a skin changer tree while the R’hllor priest gets a new set of skills devoted to the holy fire, such as setting your opponents on fire. You can also pick your preferred weapons, such as maces, swords, axes, bows or crossbows. The game also has other positive points such as amazing sound, a decent storyline and the ability to make a game based on game of thrones while completely avoiding any spoilers from the books and the tv show. The game essentially has its own story.

On the other hand, the game suffers from quite some big issues. For instance, the combat feels sluggish and boring, the graphics are quite low quality and the worst of all, the voice acting in some cases along with some plot areas are cringe-worthy. The voicing at some point felt as Christian Bale’s imitation of the Batman instead of the R’hllor priest or the brother of the Night Watch. It does not feel natural and it ruins a part of the game’s ambiance. Another point that can frustrate some players is DLC skins in the store. The game has weapon sets sold in the store as well as dog skins which can annoy some people considering it is a single-player game.

Overall, I would give Game of Thrones a 5 out of 10. I do not personally recommend it as an avid Game of Thrones fan but if you can get past all the quirks, you will enjoy the game quite a bit.

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ElLirogono
( 15.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 22. Juni
+one of the best choices-driven game I've ever played; plot design is awesome
but
-the writing is lacking at times; some lines are just absurd and so are some situations woman just after giving birth to a child is very active and it is implied that nobody will discover that she has just delivered

+battle system is well thought of; the fights are usually interesting and require a frequent change of tactics
but
-there are too many of them and it sometimes feel a bit dull; with this game you want to see what happens next and constant swordfights are a bit of a burden

+CG is really good considering you are still able to run the game on integrated graphics
but
-you have absolutely no feeling of an open world; all locations are closed: cities feel like dungeons, dungeons feel like ♥♥♥♥

A few additional drawbacks:
-map opens with M, but closes by picking 'exit' with mouse - irritating
-minimap is usually obsolete
-very irritating controls; fortunately you get used to the strange camera view idea
-♥♥♥♥ing dog

There is an interesting character development system, but if you're here for the RPG, leave immediately.
Story is the only thing that keeps this game going.
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54.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. Juni
Recommended for fans (if it's on sale)

"Expectations are a dangerous thing. They cloud our minds with bias and wishful thinking, reality mostly struggles to fulfill." - A chev. medium

Foreword: I didn't read the books yet, because it mostly wouldn't be healthy to do so and watch the show the same time. First you'd of course spoiler yourself, second you'd be unsatisfied with script author's decisions, as usual. But no matter if you're a fan of the show or of the books, it's just happening in Westeros with the famous characters near you. Yet, there's a bitter truth about this game: Not everything that shines is gold.


As there were rumors about this in reviews lately, I decided to clean up some misinterpretations... Let's see what's truly going on with this title:

___________________________________________
- About: "There seem to be no promised show characters!"
There are definitely characters from the show and you come them as close as you do in Telltale's GoT, while here you have the comfort, that it's not just english language support, plus synchronization from the show.

Example without big spoiler: Lord Varys, who also speaks the intro sequence you get to see when launching a new game. And that's just one of them.

___________________________________________
- About: "Really bad fighting"
Controls and Gameplay are nearly the same like in Dragon Age then. If you didn't like that one's combat system you will hate this, because it's kinda unhandy and I struggeled myself to get used to it. But as soon as you know, it's no "Mount & Blade"-, "Devil May Cry"- or Hack'n'slay-gameplay style, there's no

Yes it's old, or "outdated" by now, (remember, it's from 2010 meanwhile) but Gothic also is and both are still great RPGs. I also found myself being unable to replay Elder Scrolls: Morrowind, because nowadays we're so flashed by few really great RPG's (Witcher, Fallout, TES:Skyrim, ...) entertainment span, that some old classics has became too uncomfortable for us to play anymore.

___________________________________________
- About: "Story bad, gameplay bad, overall bad"
Depends on someone's taste. Some ppl like tea with cherry cake, but is it a bad mix, because more ppl love coffee with strawberry cake?

/Story (Staying vague intentionally to avoid twists and spoilers.)
The story is definitely not "bad", it's kinda how you would expect it from the show. You don't play any superhero or a famous character from the show. It's like the Foresters are in Telltale's GoT Adventure. A small Family(house) that serves the greater houses like Lannisters or the Starks. Two stories about two men, who have some things in common, like the Lannisters as their liege lords and things to regret in their past. A thing players more and more seem to forget, while getting fed with "better games" where you are mostly in a superior position or have advantages against the AI: Modesty.
Why? Well, for a game, set in the GoT world for me it's important to keep our feet firmly on the ground, because even it's a low fantasy setting, it must maintain a balance of power, else it becomes implausible to the show's logic.

/Gameplay
Unhandy, but you can get used to it.
Let's have a little comparison: Did you play Dark Souls? Well, I'm a convinced keyboard player, (because I wouldn't have bought a good PC if I still wanna play with any gamepad) and thus playing this 3rd person game without a gamepad is one ugly hell of character control, which is bound to a poorly/boring programmed combat system & therefore a no-go-game for me. It was a "Prepare to die"-Edition because of a control setup rage attack ;) But ppl loved it, so it seems not too painful to get used to a lesser impossible control setup, I would assume.

Of course that claim: "Spectacular and tactical challenging combats" (re-translated from description) would be more true, if you cross out the "spectacular", but that's artist's freedom in advertising, isn't it...

/Overall
There has been a lot of potential to make this game really epic, there's nothing to say against this charge, but it could've also been much worse, like GoT Genesis, which is hardly hitting the world's edge, while it doesn't really feel like being involved in Westeros. It feels like a mod for a strategy game which has Dragons and a world map, just painted in GoT colors. So it's no endless game, but if you can accept its weaknesses once and for all you might actually start to enjoy the story. You won't be flashed, since this game is not even near the scale "perfect", but you could get entertained.

___________________________________________
- About: "Voice acting is awful"
I don't know how entirely how it is in english, because I take the chance to change the language to my native, as there's the rare spread option for it. For me it's like: "You'll never experience things the same intense level, as you would in the language you're usually dreaming in."
But after I played the DLC(untranslated) it seems like the voice acting problems are in both languages quite similar, so I think, it's been treated a bit shabby, but at least they managed it to have voice acting in more than one language and that's a plus for non-native english ppl.
Other examples for poor (translated) voice acting performance: "Mass Effect 1"

___________________________________________
- About: "The game is linear"
If you read "linear" and think of a timeline that progresses, then =true.
Else: If you think "linear" means that decisions doesn't have consequences than it's simply false.
Nowhere this game is listed as "open world" so I don't know where expectations here turned wrong... If you don't have an open world, you always have a red line. The entire Mass Effect- and partially Dragon Age-Saga(DA:Inquisition excluded) use that progress principles. The only difference in that critic point is, that both Bioware franchises offer the option to make sidequests in an individual order.

Conclusion/Advice:
Buy it when it's on sale, open your mind and you'll experience an semi-retro, tactical RPG you won't regret.

I played it, as it has been released then and not a long time ago I re-installed it again to take one of the rare story driven, RPG journeys in Westeros. So there's a way to play it longer than 30 minutes, if you can overcome your nowaday's expectations and enjoy the way instead of racing for the finish line ;)
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15.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Juni
+one of the best choices-driven game I've ever played; plot design is awesome
but
-the writing is lacking at times; some lines are just absurd and so are some situations woman just after giving birth to a child is very active and it is implied that nobody will discover that she has just delivered

+battle system is well thought of; the fights are usually interesting and require a frequent change of tactics
but
-there are too many of them and it sometimes feel a bit dull; with this game you want to see what happens next and constant swordfights are a bit of a burden

+CG is really good considering you are still able to run the game on integrated graphics
but
-you have absolutely no feeling of an open world; all locations are closed: cities feel like dungeons, dungeons feel like ♥♥♥♥

A few additional drawbacks:
-map opens with M, but closes by picking 'exit' with mouse - irritating
-minimap is usually obsolete
-very irritating controls; fortunately you get used to the strange camera view idea
-♥♥♥♥ing dog

There is an interesting character development system, but if you're here for the RPG, leave immediately.
Story is the only thing that keeps this game going.
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53.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Juli
Game of Thrones
This is a good game that definitely makes up for the plot and the main characters. This title is based on the fantasy of George R. R. Martin "A Song of Ice and Fire". The story is presented from the perspective of two characters. The first of them is a member of the Night's Watch, Mors Westford. In contrast, the second character is Alester Sarwyck that after 15 years of exile as a priest R'hllora return to Westeros for the funeral of his father. Heroes have a rich biography and discovering their history constitutes the most part of the game. The game takes place on land of Westeros where we visit places such as Riverspring, Kings Landing, Riverrun, Mole's Town and Castle Black. At the beginning of the game we choose the class of our characters and for each character a set of three profession. The game is divided into chapters and while playing we will gain experience by killing enemies and completing missions so that we could be able to improve our statistics. In addition, during the game we will make choices that it will add additional statistics. The fight will not be relied on pressing the buttons to defeat our enemy. Instead, the fight will be based on tactics and the appropriate action preforming attack or defense action, so that your character is not killed in combat. Also, we will have access to the companions who will accompany us during the fight. This is definitely a good game that has a great story. Sound system is very good too. The biggest problem with this production is that various things have been converted like type of armor, places in Kings Landing and Castle Black does not resemble anything and nothing from the show. While ending this review I would like to say that the game is worth the price and I had a lot of fun after finished this game.
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26.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Juni
Great game. A must if you are into the Song of Ice and Fire lore.

Everyone says the control are horrible, but it is literally WASD movement with a resident evil over the shoulder camera. Switch party members by pushing tab. In combat, its like an mmo, where you auto attack and have a hotbar full of skills to use. You can push space bar and the game goes into slow motion, allowing you to be very strategic with combat and use your party members to their full extent.

Honestly if you had issues with the controls in this game you will have issues with the controls in a lot of games, because they are very simple and intuitive. I would imagine everyone complaining is using a controller, and then it might be more difficult, but its a joy on keyboard/mouse.

The story runs parallel with the books/show, so you are playing alongside important events in the world. It really is a lot of fun seeing the world from other points of view if you have read the books or seen the show. The character creation and leveling up has depth, it is a lot like an old school rpg. It has a smattering of dungeons and dragons, in that you get to pick your stats and skills.

All in all, great game, great rpg. Not the best, and a bit dated graphics wise, but that barely puts a dent in it. Would recommend.
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3.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Juni
At first I must say, that I played this game mostly on my second account.
I bought this game when it was on sale (or by humble bundle, I don't remember now, forigive me).

Now just talk about the "+" and "-" of this game.
+ Not the best, but still good plot.
+ You can finally visit King's Landing (sorry if I spell it wrong, my English isn't so good).
+ Two characters with different personalities, goals and skills.
+ Five different endings. I had fun when I tried to unlock them all, but it wasn't too difficult.
+ Secrets. It was funnier to find things with R'hllor's power, but hound's part was amazing too.
+ "Gret dog assassin". I don't like dogs, but Mors' hound was nice!
- It's too ♥♥♥♥ing expensive. If I had to pay this for almost 20 euros, I would not do that.
- Music. Was it too difficult to find some tracks? After some hours I had enough.
-Alester's endings. Really? I played to defend Riverspring, not to hang myself or get killed by Ceresei's guards' hand. Omg.
- Jeyne's story. I think it was possible to save her and her child.
- Fights. It was just like simple spamming and waiting for energy.
- Too few characters from the show. Cersei, Mormont and Varys? Where are the Starks? Or Dany? Disappointing.

I'm a little bit mixed about this game. I could recommend it just when it's on sale.
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0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Juli
I had more fun adjusting my graphics settings than playing this game. Even at $5, this game sucks.




Horrible graphics, several graphical bugs, generic storyline, worst combat system ever in a game, etc.
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45.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. August 2014
Ein packendes und abenteuerliches Spiel, dass eine gute Story präsentiert, wie es auch in in der Serie und den Büchern ist.

Zur Geschichte:
Vorab:
Die Geschichte lehnt sich an die Bücher und der Serie an und beginnt vor dem Tod von Jon Arryn und Endet bei Ende der 1. Staffel der Serie. Man sollte diese also vorher sehen, wenn man nicht schon einiges verraten haben möchte. Man erfährt im Laufe des Spieles vieles, was man in der Serie nicht erzählt bekommt oder nur beiläufig erwähnt wird. Die Informationen muss man sich zusammensuchen und kann sie sich danach immer im Archiv anschauen. Dort gibt es dann Informationen von wichtigen Charakteren, Orten, Geschichten, Häusern und mehr.
Zur Geschichte selbst:
Man spielt zwei Charaktäre. Mors Westfort, der nach der Rebelion vor 15 Jahren zu einen Nachtwächter an der Mauer wurde und Alester Sarwyck, der sich nach dieser Zeit R'hollor, dem Herrn des Lichts als Priester hat ausbilden lassen und nun versucht seine Länderein zurück zu bekommen. Die Geschichte wird immer tiefgründiger und das Ende ist nicht vorhersehbar. Es gibt viele Nebenaufgaben, die aber auch zu einem bestimmten Zeitpunkt erfüllt werden müssen, denn nach dem Ende ist es nicht möglich weiterzuspielen. Hinzu kommt,dass die Geschichte sehr linear ist. Das stört der Handlung zwar nicht, denn so ist man es auf von der Serie gewöhnt, dass man da nicht eingreifen kann. Es gibt 4 Mögliche Enden, wobei ich eines davon eher als "hingeklatscht" empfinde.

Grafik:
Die Grafik in dem Spiel ist nichts Weltbewegendes, aber auch kein Augenschmaus. Hier und da hätte man einige gute Hintergründe einbauen können. Zum Beispiel Die Ferne mit Blick auf die Sonne. Außerdem fällt deutlich auf, dass viele Gesichter wieder verwendet wurden. Bei der Nachtwache war es sogar so schlimm, dass mehrere eineige Zwillinge immer am selben Tisch waren. Ein paar weitere Effekte, wie z.B. Wetter oder Nebel hätten dem Auge auch gut getan.

Musik/Klang:
Die Musik nimmt ein von Anfang an mit, wenn man ins Hauptmenü kommt. Wer die Serie kennt, erkennt auch sofort das Lied. Im Spiel selbst gibt es auch Musik, allerdings hat es an einigen Stellen gefehlt, wodurch ich manchmal das Bedürfnis hatte wieder ins Hauptmenü zurück zu kehren. Die Synchronsprecher sind alle klar zu verstehen und haben den Charakter auch gut Leben eingehaucht. Allerdings war hier auch das Problem, wie bei der Grafik, dass bei einigen Charakteren, die gleiche Stimme aufkam, was man manchmal deutlich herraus hören konnte.

Spielmechanik und "Gameplay":
Man hat immer abwechselnd Kämpfe und einen geführten Dialog, den man auch an vielen Stellen steuern kann, durch Auswahl von verfügbaren Dialogen, die sich dann auch an vielen Stellen auf die Geschichte auswirken können. Sobald man die anfänglichen Kapitel durch hat, kann man zwischendurch sich frei in den Städten und Landsrichen bewegen, die mittels Schnellreisesystem erreichbar sind. Eine richtige Offene Welt, wie es z.b. in Skyrim der Fall, ist gibt es nicht. Wie bereits gesagt, die Geschichte ist sehr Linear und besuchen kann man nur die Orte, die man für die Erzählung auch braucht.
Das Kampfsystem ist gut durchdacht. Man hat Fähigkeiten zur Verfügung und mit höhrem Charakterstufe, werden diese stärker und neue kommen hinzu. Man bekommt Bonusse für Waffen gegen bestimmte Rüstungsklassen. Also z.b. Wäre eine Stichwaffe gut gegen eine mittelstarke Rüstung, wie ein Kettenhemd. Man muss sich allerdings auf eine bzw. zwei Arten von Klassen spezialisieren (Insgesamt gibt es 3). Abhängig davon, wer der derzeitige Begleiter ist, sollte man sich aufstellen. Man wird z.B. später mit jemanden in Begleitung sein, der eine schwere Rüstung trägt und viel einstecken kann. Dann kann man ihn vorschicken und ihr selber teilt aus.
Geldprobleme sollten eigentlich keine auftreten, besonders dann, wenn man alle Nebenmissionen macht und im Laufe des Spieles findet man sowieso sehr gute Ausrüstungsgegenstände.

Die Nachteile:
Die nicht schon erwähnten Nachteile sind zum einen einige Programmierfehler. Manchmal sieht man das Hauptmenü erst sehr spät oder die Tür ist auf, nur kommt man erst später durch. An einer Stelle dachte ich sogar, dass eine Nebenaufgabe nicht lösbar ist, weil gesagt wird, dass ich mit jemanden reden soll, dieser aber nicht auf der Karte markiert wird und werde einfach nur weiter aufgefordert, die Hauptmission weiterzumachen.
Desweiteren ist die Steuerung mit der Maus recht mühsam, denn um sich den Blickwinkeln zu ändern muss man die rechte Maustaste gedrückt halten. Wenn man dann ein Gegenstand aufnehmen möchte lässt man die Taste los, hat dann allerdings einen Mauszeiger und fährt damit dann auf das Gegenstandssymbol, um es per klick aufzuheben. Wenn man aber die ganze Zeit mit der Maus sich auch umsehen muss, muss man jedes mal den Mauszeiger neu finden, um mit einem neuen Gegenstand zu interagieren. Nach dem 2. Kapitel habe ich mich für ein Gamepad entschieden, wodurch dieses Problem aus der Welt ist. Wobei es nur mit der XBox Controller steuerbar ist. Mit dem Playstation Controller ist es nur durch einen Emulator möglich, ihn als XBox Controller zu verwenden, was nur den Nachteil hat, dass die Symbole im Spiel immernoch den entsprechenen von XBox sind. Also einem Grünen A statt einem Blauen X. Das stört dann aber nach kurzer Gewöhnzeit nicht weiter.
Am Kampfsystem ist es fast immer der Fall, dass die Gegner erst nach kurzer Zeit oder bei einem bestimmten Kamerawinkel auswählbar sind. Das stört dem Spielverlauf zwar nicht, da man den Kampf trotzdem meistern kann, aber frusten tut es schon manchmal. Wer die Kämpfe eher langweilig findet und viel schneller mit der Geschichte fortfahren will, kann auch die Schwierigkeit auf Einfach stellen, wodurch ein entspanntes rumklickern ermöglicht wird.

Zusammenfassung:

Geschichte 10/10
Grafik 5/10
Musik/Klang 7/10
Spielmechanik/Gameplay 7/10
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Unterm Srich als Gesamtwertung 7/10 (7.25)

Ein gutes Spiel, dass man sich als Fan nicht entgehen lassen sollte.

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Aktualisierungshinweise:
Edit1 (27.Aug 13): Kleine Überarbeitung.
Edit2 (8.Dez 14): Komplette Überarbeitung und Verbesserung zur besseren Lesbarkeit.
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In diesem Spiel spielen wir Mors Westford einen Bruder der Nachtwache und Alester Sarwyck ein Priester R'hllors.
Beide Charaktere sind keine Jungspunte mehr und haben eine bewegte Vergangenheit die sich uns während des Spiels auch offenbart.
Beide wechseln sich in der Handlung ab. Man spielt eine Etappe mit Mors dann mit Alester usw. Zumindest solange bis sich beide Handlungsstränge kreuzen

Das Kampfsystem bietet aufgrund der Tatsache seine Charaktere entsprechend zu skillen einiges an Variation.
Meiner Meinung liegt die Stärke des Spiels aber eher in der Erzählweise und Dialogen.

George R. R. Martin stand dem Spiel beratend zur Seite womit sichergestellt wurde daß keine Wiedersprüche zu seiner Welt existieren.

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Spielmechanik: 4/10
Story: 9/10

Das Erste mal, dass ich ein Spiel, das den Namen gar nicht verdient hat, zocke, weil die Story absolut konträr zur Mechanik ist. Nämlich allererste Sahne. Für Freunde von gut geschriebenen und wendungsreichen Stories definitiv eine Empfehlung. Wem die Mechanik eines Spiels wichtig ist, wird allerdings enttäuscht sein und sollte besser die Finger davon lassen. Als Fan der Bücher und Serie empfehle ich vor allem Game Of Thrones-Begeisterten dieses Spiel.
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