¡Vive una increíble aventura en un universo fascinante! En medio de la conspiración y la traición, trata de sobrevivir a las intrigas orquestadas en torno al Trono de Hierro.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 7 jun. 2012

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"Dialog trees, multiple endings, and a great story to boot! Some extremely heart-wrenching choices to make later down the line."

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UN GRAN JUEGO DE ROL, DOS ÉPICAS MISIONES

Vive una increíble aventura en uno de los más completos y fascinantes universos de la literatura de fantasía medieval. Game of Thrones es un gran juego de rol que te sitúa en el centro de una emocionante trama, donde tu destino estará guiado por la venganza, la lealtad y el honor.

Métete la piel de dos héroes muy diferentes a través de dos misiones principales que te llevarán al corazón de lugares míticos de Poniente. En medio de un clima de conspiración y traición, trata de sobrevivir a las orquestadas intrigas que se dan alrededor del Trono de Hierro.

Desarrolla a tus personajes, aprende poderosas habilidades y toma parte en tácticas y espectaculares batallas; afina tus habilidades diplomáticas para en ocasiones favorecer al discurso sobre la violencia. Pero sobre todo, cuidado... ¡todas tus acciones pueden tener graves consecuencias sobre tu aventura!

Características principales:

  • Dos historias originales basadas en el universo de “Canción de hielo y fuego”, de George R.R. Martin
  • ¡Espectaculares y tácticas batallas!
  • Multitud de misiones secundarias que completar
  • Explora los lugares míticos de la saga y conoce a personajes emblemáticos

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista SP2 / Windows 7
    • Procesador: AMD / Intel Dual Core a 2.2 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica con 256 MB de VRAM y 100% compatible con DirectX y Shaders 3.0 (ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT / nVidia GeForce 7900 GTX o superior)
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9
    • Disco Duro: 7 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9
    • Internet: Necesaria conexión a Internet para la activación del juego
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A 3 de 4 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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27.4 h registradas
Publicado el 13 de mayo
Debo confesar que no me compré este juego. Al menos no directamente. Pese a que JdT me gusta, nunca me había planteado jugar a este juego. El caso es que al venirme en un Bundle terminé probándolo y fue tal la "decepción" que me llevé que no aguanté ni 2 capítulos.

Cegado por la furia de los logros, me dispuse a retomar este juego y a pasar el "mal trago" tan rápido como fuese. El resultado no ha sido otro que una grata sorpresa que me ha hecho ver sus 3 finales distintos y completar el juego al 100%

Los motivos por los que dejé de jugar fueron varios. El juego es de Cyanide, una desarrolladora que pese a que no hace malos juegos, si que deja muchos detalles sin pulir y en el aire. Otro fueron los gráficos, que no son para nada punteros, y el sistema de juego... puf, sin pena ni gloria.

El caso es que el juego tiene un punto MUY fuerte... su trama. Ya sea jugando con Mors o con Alester, el juego nos atrapará si aguantamos un par de capítulos con cada uno. Poco a poco veremos el juego mucho menos feo... empezaremos a controlar personajes con más habilidades y eso hará que los combates sean mucho más divertidos. Incluso los gráficos... que sin ser buenos pasan a ser "interesantes".

El sistema de conversaciones es muy similar al de Mass Effect. El combate es táctico, pudiendo llevar a dos pjs al mismo tiempo y darnos la posibilidad de hacer combos interesantes. Y la historia, como digo, su punto más interesante. Incluso tiene algunos dialogos más que interesantes donde nos sacaran de nuestras casillas para querer dar palizas.

Sin duda alguna recomiendo este juego... una joya con algo de barro encima.
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A 2 de 3 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
25.7 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de marzo
Jugablemente recuerda a KOTOR, es decir, que al igual que con el juego de Bioware, éste es su peor apartado. Pese a ello, añade elementos jugables interesantes como el usar el perro de uno de los protagonistas para resolver algunas misiones mediante el sigilo.

La historia es muy buena y los personajes no se quedan atrás, como no podía ser de otra forma con esta saga. Los diálogos y las consecuencias de nuestros actos están lejos de ser un Planescape, pero no está nada mal.

Básicamente, es un juego maltratado injustamente por la prensa. Si se hubiese llamado "The Elder Scrolls: Game of Thrones", o el nombre de Bioware aparecies en los créditos, las notas no bajarían del 9. Recomendado.
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A 113 de 125 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
26.8 h registradas
Publicado el 2 de febrero
Take away the fact this game is tied into the intellectual property of A Song of Ice and Fire, and you will be left with a pretty damn good RPG. If you like good RPGs, you will want to consider playing this, regardless of if you care about the Game of Thrones franchise or not. That said, this game does a pretty good job of tying into the first book/season; so if you are a fan, it certainly adds to the experience and helps you appreciate the thick story in the game.

There are several mechanics to the game that contribute to the high quality of the game as an RPG. You play as two characters, back and forth, each with separate stories that inevitably collide later in the game. The game is very heavy on cutscenes and plot development, but it is done well and is generally pretty enjoyable. There are dialogue trees you will explore during the many conversations in the game, being thorough and inquisitive will often reward you with items or little permanent trait boosts. There are decisions to be made, which will have minor consequences (like extra rewards for quests from NPCs); there is also a major decision late-game and a few different endings. There are active abilities you can use while exploring out of combat to discover secrets in the world. The combat is active, but has a tactical-pause which can be utilized to issue specific commands and tactics to your character(s). There are a handful of fighting styles you can pick from for each character, and you also get other party members that will have various styles which will spice up combat here and there. There is definitely a good amount of substance, and it makes for a very enjoyable RPG experience.

The story is enjoyable. And for a game so story-driven it better be. The plot of the game is a “sidequel” to the first book/season— that is to say: it takes place during the same time and in the same place, but follows a different set of characters/events. I think the writers did a good job of creating an atmosphere pretty true to Game of Thrones. If you are a fan of the books/show you will probably be intrigued by the story in this game.

The game does have some flaws. The graphics are not as great as they could have been. The voice acting is mostly solid, but at times feels forced. There is limited variety to gear/weapons, and the combat does get repetitive even though the fights are distanced with cutscenes.

In summary, Game of Thrones is a very enjoyable RPG. It does have some flaws, and may drag at times, but seems to be well made (no bugs/crashing) and tells a good story. It has plenty to offer for fans of RPGs, and if you are a fan of the books/shows you will enjoy that added bonus.

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A 20 de 24 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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10 mins into the game = This sucks, still feel like I need to give it a chance.
30 mins into the game = This combat- and movement system sucks, but the story is getting interesting.
2 hours into the game = I don't care about the movement or the combat, the story is amazing.
10 hours into the game = Where did the time go?
21 hours and finished the game and you sit there with a feeling that this game was way better than you first expected, and if you really did finish it, you can't understand why it got below 70-75/100 metascore.

Try to get passed the horrible movement system, and the lesser good combat system and you have a true gem of a game here. 7.5/10 in my opinion.
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Publicado el 13 de mayo
Without viewing any sort significant gameplay or information before starting the Game of Thrones it became quite an unexpected surprise. If you have a soft spot for these sort of games then I believe this one deserve a humble chance. You will play as two very different characters in different time frames until you reach a point where they will meet in the story. The game offers you a lot of content to read and if you are a fan of the Books or the TV show this will be something you will simply should keep on your radar. There is a vast amount of Lore regarding the cities and the people who live in them, the religion or their beliefs as well, the characters and the different house banners and so on.

There is a lot of talk so I found this game to be very relaxing to play in a nice session after a long, tiresome day. You answer the questions by choosing one of the possible outcomes and they are written in first person. From the main quests to the secondary ones you will be faced with some choices to be made. Some will decide the faith of people, others will let you seek revenge or prove that you are merciful and fair. Expect to be a lot of political games where even when trust is earned you should always suspect everyone, after all, everyone wants their share of wealth. I did some of the secondary quests but not all them. They are mostly focused in side stories and are not boring at all as opposed to those fetch quests where you need to gather ingredients or something similar. Usually, it’s about someone needing help, recruiting members to the Wall, see why someone did something or seek more information that can be useful for you in the future.

The main story is divided in Chapters which offers a great time frame if you just want to play bit here and there. You can start a chapter and be done with it, get some rest and on the next day advance a bit more. I admit that as I was advancing in the game I got surprised more than once for the outcomes I was facing. This is Game of Thrones so you should always expecting deaths from those you love or care while playing the game. Trust no one and remember to not follow only your heart as you might be betrayed for being too gentle.

The combat is slower than any other similar RPG but it can be tactic as well during combat you can open your Abilities wheel and select what moves or skills you want to do. The game won’t fully stop but you will enter in a very slow motion giving you time to make the best strategy for your enemies. Different weapons are good or bad depending on what sort of armor your enemy is wearing. A heavy armor is resistant to swords since it can’t be pierced but are weaker to blunt weapons so pay attention to this in order to end the combat quicker.

The way healing works is also very creative in my opinion. You can get some flasks but they will be empty. Then, you will have to go to a store who sell potions in order to fill them with what you desire. You can fill them with poison, oil in order to burn your enemies and other healing herbs and medicine like the famous milk of the poppy. You can replace already filled bottles with other things if you desire. This is crucial for some harder fights and will help you in the long run.
The voice acting however is very poor, especially in the sad or dramatic scenes. During certain critical events I really tried to let myself get immersed by the things that were happening but the poor voice acting broke the immersion I was trying to achieve. That often used moment of “Noooooo!” is rather embarrassing and anger, sadness or fury moments are not strong enough to make some scenes more believable. It’s a shame because a game with such emphasis on story elements you really want to feel the tension you witness when watching the TV series or when reading the books but I’m afraid that sometimes this simply won’t do. You will notice some voices from the show like Varys the Spider but even with familiar voices, as soon other characters start to talk in a more emotional sense it won’t feel immersive. As for the normal and non-emotional conversations I believe it’s more than doable.

The visuals are also nothing to be amazed but this did not bother me at all. I played the game at 1080p and while it’s nothing to be stunned about I noticed some really nice details like when you are carrying a shield in your back and you see the scratches in it or the reflections of the sun in that golden lion shield from the Lannisters. While this is not a game to be played for the visuals I also saw my fair share of people trespassing doors, my dog getting his head between the iron of gates and other small glitches. Nothing game breaking, you just see that it’s something that could have been more polished. Because it’s in the deep of the lore that you will find the bigger satisfaction I ended up ignoring these small technical issues and I focused on my decisions, the stories and most of all, the outcomes based on what I said or done.

If you are a fan of the theme then I believe this game deservers a fair chance. It took me around 20 hours to finish (one of) the endings and I know there’s some replay value if you wish to see a different ending in the last couple of chapters.
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