Experience an amazing adventure in one of the most fascinating universes! Amidst conspiracy and betrayal, try to survive the orchestrated machinations around the Iron Throne.
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ONE GREAT ROLE PLAYING GAME, TWO EPIC QUESTS

Experience an amazing adventure in one of the most complete and fascinating universes in medieval-fantasy literature. Game of Thrones is a great Role Playing Game that puts you at the core of a thrilling plot, where your fate will be guided by vengeance, allegiance and honor.

Play as two very different heroes across the two main quests leading you to the heart of mythical locations from Westeros. Amidst a background of conspiracy and betrayal, try to survive the orchestrated machinations around the Iron Throne.

Develop your characters, learn powerful skills, and participate in tactical and spectacular battles; sharpen your diplomacy skills to sometimes favor speech over violence. But more than anything, beware... all your actions may have heavy consequences on your adventure!

Key Features:

  • 2 original stories based on the universe of “A Song of Ice and Fire” by George R.R. Martin
  • Spectacular and tactical battles!
  • Many secondary quests to complete
  • Explore the mythical locations from the saga, and meet iconic characters

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7
    • Processor: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.2 GHZ
    • Memory: 2048 MB
    • Graphics: 256 MB 100% DIRECTX 9 AND SHADERS 3.0 COMPATIBLE. ATI RADEON HD 2600 XT/NVIDIA GEFORCE 7900 GTX OR HIGHER
    • DirectX®: 9
    • Hard Drive: 7 GB
    • Sound: DIRECTX 9 COMPATIBLE
    • Internet: INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED THE GAME ACTIVATION
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unironically say brand
( 15.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de junho
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.
The Hoff
( 6.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de junho
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.
Yana
( 3.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 26 de junho
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.
KronusX
( 2.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 22 de junho
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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 horas registradas )
Publicada: 22 de junho
+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.
The A-tron
( 23.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 18 de junho
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.
legionary gladius
( 13.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 11 de junho
Bull ♥♥♥♥ ending im so mad wtf !!!! I didnt go through all that and kill all those people just to hang my self at the end wtf!!!!!!!!!!
mobile.mreynolds
( 23.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 9 de junho
a hidden old gem.
Darz
( 0.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 7 de junho
Pretty bad. Get Skyrim, seriously
Valerius
( 54.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 5 de junho
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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Publicada: 5 de junho
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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+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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Publicada: 18 de junho
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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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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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.

For our popular daily giveaways and similar reviews head over to http://www.steamified.com/

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Um game ruim, com uma trama interessante.

Game of Thrones, RPG de ação em terceira pessoa, ambientado no incrível e fascinante mundo das Crônicas de Gelo e Fogo, desenvolvido pela Cyanide Studios e distribuído pela Focus Home Interactive. Lançado para PS3, Xbox 360 e PC, em maio de 2012.

Game of Thrones dispensa apresentações, uma das series, sem sombra de duvidas, de maior sucesso dos últimos anos, baseadas nos livros as Crônicas de Gelo e Fogo de George R.R. Martin. Seu rico universo de fantasia e intrigas políticas a tornam perfeita para se criar um incrível RPG, porem o que vemos no game da Cyanide Studios é algo vergonhosamente muito abaixo do esperado.

A trama gira em torno de dois protagonistas, Mors Westford, que se uniu a Patrulha da Noite para manter a sua família a salvo e Alester Sarwyck um nobre que após 15 anos no exílio retorna a Westeros. A historia envolve ambos os protagonistas nas intrigas políticas em torno do Trono de Ferro e conforme avança revela segredos sombrios do passado de ambos os protagonistas.

O primeiro grande defeito de Game of Thrones da Cyanide é a sua jogabilidade, o combate é extremamente lento e massante, busca emular alguns conceitos táticos utilizados em Dragon Age Orgins, mas os executa de forma errada, o personagem principal, assim que entra em combate, começa a atacar o inimigo mais próximo com golpes básicos, o jogador pode "pausar" o game para definir as ações do personagem e ativar os golpes especiais, assim como em Dragon Age, porem os comandos são lentas, as animações são monótonas, alem disso o nível de energia que permite utilizar as habilidades reduz rapidamente e demora em ser restabelecida, o que deixa os combate ainda menos dinâmicos.

Seu segundo defeito é sua estrutura de quests, o game é dividido em 15 capítulos, cada capitulo ocorre em uma localidade e com quests especificas, porem há muito poucas quests secundarias, que são facilmente concluídas, assim como a quest principal. Com isso o game fica extremamente linear prejudicando muito o fator de exploração e liberdade, o que considero fatores fundamentais para qualquer RPG.

E finalizando, temos a sua ambientação, que é muito pobre se levarmos em consideração que o jogo se passa em um universo tão rico como Game of Thrones, os locais que visitamos no decorrer do game são poucos e muito semelhantes entre si e isso se agrava ainda mais quando somos obrigados a retornar por diversas vezes a locais já conhecidos. Alem disso os ambientes são muito pouco exploráveis e não há absolutamente nada a ser feito alem das quests, contribuindo ainda mais com a sensação de linearidade do game. Nem mesmo os locais já conhecidos como Castelo Negro e Porto Real são minimamente interessantes, principalmente a capital do reino, que é vazia, cinza e monótona, não lembrando em nada a grande cidade mostrada na serie da HBO.

Seu único ponto interessante, que me fez continuar jogando até o fim, foi a sua historia. A trama é conduzida em paralelo, acompanhando a historia dos dois protagonistas e se torna cada vez mais interessante conforme se é revelado alguns segredos do passado dos protagonistas, ganhando maior ritmo após o capitulo dez, quando os protagonistas finalmente se encontram. A trama de forma inteligente mostra as intrigas políticas das casas de Westeros, trazendo alguns personagens conhecidos como Varys, Cersei e Mormont, e ainda faz algumas revelações interessantes sobre os ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥os do Rei Robert e a linhagem da casa Targaryen. Mas o que mais impressiona são as reviravoltas na trama, aliados se revelam inimigos e personagens importantes morrem de forma inesperada, tudo no melhor estilo Game of Thrones, alem disso os dois protagonistas são muito bem construídos e com motivações bem definidas. O personagem Mors, com toda a certeza é o protagonista mais interessante, um personagem forte, atormentado pelo seu passado, que descobre de forma trágica que seu sacrifício foi em vão, acompanhar a desenrolar da sua historia até o derradeiro confronto final é o melhor de todo o jogo.

Game of Thrones infelizmente é um game ruim, com uma jogabilidade mal executada, e pouquíssimo conteúdo a ser explorado, fazendo dele quase que dispensável para os apreciadores de RPGs de ação. Sua única qualidade está em sua historia, cheia de reviravoltas e com um final dramático digno das Crônicas de Gelo e Fogo.

Informações adicionais:
Nota geral: 5,0.
Tempo dedicado ao game: aproximadamente 24 horas.
Conquistas desbloqueadas: 34 de 50.
Dificuldade: Fácil.
Fica a dica: Se for jogar pela historia, seja firme pois ela só começa a realmente ficar interessante na metade do game e lembre-se sempre de repor as poções de cura, quando possível.
Gameplay: Clique aqui .
Imagens durante a jogatina: Clique aqui .
Vale o preço? Não, definitivamente não vale, pegue-o com no mínimo 75% de desconto.
Modo de jogo: Exclusivamente singleplayer.
Idioma: Inglês, sem tradução disponível no momento.

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Game of Thrones é um RPG baseado no universo das crônicas de gelo e fogo. A trama não coincide com a apresentada no seriado, mas é igualmente bem criada, surpreendente e impactante.

A história é dividida em várias tramas paralelas que se cruzam no decorrer do jogo, o que favorece ainda mais o nível de interesse do jogador.

O jogador terá o controle de dois personagens principais: o primeiro, Mors Westford, um night watcher que inicialmente é encarregado de localizar e punir desertores que abandonaram seus postos na muralha.

O segundo, Alester Sarwyck, herdeiro do trono de Riverspring, que retorna à sua terra natal depois de 15 anos de afastamento devido a morte de seu pai.

Uma das grandes sacadas é que os personagens que aparentemente não possuem nada em comum têm seus laços brilhantemente construídos no decorrer da campanha, que ainda nos trás vários outros personagens de destaque e várias reviravoltas.

O jogo tambem possui um esquema de decisões com influências diretas na trama, muito embora não sejam capazes de mudar a premissa principal.

Existem vários tipos de armas e armaduras, cada uma com suas particularidades, árvores de habilidades personalizáveis, estâncias de combate, e até pontos fracos/fortes balanceáveis como todo bom RPG deve ser.

O combate, no entanto, é um tanto quanto estranho. O personagem ataca sozinho, cabendo ao jogador simplesmente escolher quais habilidades usar.

Mas para isto, há toda uma estratégia envolvida, vez que escolhas certas com base na particularidade do inimigo em questão serão decisivas no resultado da batalha.

O mapa, curiosamente, é muito difícil de acessar, sendo que para abri-lo devemos entra em um sub-item do menu principal. Nada prático. O mini mapa no topo da tela também não ajuda pois não funciona. Aliás, nas verdade está mais pra um radar que um mapa propriamente dito, já que só mostra para qual direção está localizada determinado objeto.

Os cenários também não são lá grandes coisas, muito lineares e nada interativos. Os gráficos em geral são bem ultrapassados tendo em vista os jogos de mesma idade, além da movimentação dos personagens ser bem tosca.

Mesmo com a linearidade, e apesar de o jogo ter mais de 30 horas de duração, ele nunca ser torna cansativo. Pelo contrário, ao final, após presenciar um dos 4 finais disponíveis, a vontade é voltar e jogar alguma horas a mais para presenciar os outros 3.

Enfim, apesar da falta de qualidade técnica, a diversão proporcionada pelo jogo somada a trama de intensa qualidade o fazem ser recomendado para todos. Ou pelo menos para os que entendem inglês, já q o jogo não tem legendas. MUITO BOM (8/10).
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Game of Thrones RPG foi um jogo muito criticado nos últimos tempos, mas eu discordo da maioria das criticas. Primeiramente, o jogo tem uma historia envolvente que pode ser comparada a serie/livro, é praticamente todo lore-friendly também, tem cenários muito bonitos (embora limitados) e variados, o sistema de RPG é muito bem balanceado e não está no jogo só pra ser chamado assim, como muito "rpgs" que saíram nós últimos tempos. O que na minha opinião levou as pessoas a criticar o jogo é o combate, que não me incomodou, embora pudesse ter sido mais trabalhado na minha opinião: O combate mistura o modo arcaico do primeiro Witcher com o modo tático de Dragon Age Origins, onde o tempo desacelera para você escolher as habilidades - e esta escolha deve ser tomada na hora certa, contra o inimigo correto, ou você dificilmente conseguira lutar satisfatoriamente. O combate do jogo é ruim para você? Eu acho que você só precisa de uma pouco mais de tática e pratica. Recomendo para todos que gostam de uma boa historia e um bom desafio.
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Game of Thrones RPG game was heavily criticized in recent times, but I disagree with most critics. First, the game has an engaging story that can be compared to series / book and its almost all lore-friendly too, have beautiful scenery (albeit limited) and varied, the RPG system is very well balanced and is not in the game just to be called so, as much "rpgs" who came out recently. What in my opinion led people to criticize the game is the combat, which did not bother me, although it could have been more polished in my opinion: Combat mixes archaic way of the first Witcher with the tactical mode Dragon Age Origins where time slows down for you to choose the skills - and this choice should be taken at the right time against the right enemy, or you hardly managed to fight satisfactorily. The fighting in game is bad for you? I think you just need a little more tactical and practical. Recommend to anyone who likes a good story and a good challenge.
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Game of Thrones: The Role Playing Game tem um sistema de combate e movimentação fraco, mas se você passar por isso, verá a história ficar interessante com o passar do tempo. Com duas horas de jogo, você não se importará com o sistema de combate e movimentação, a história toma conta. No fim, você terá uma excelente história, jogabilidade um pouco travada, mas um jogo que vale a pena pelos personagens!
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Extramamente mal feito e cheio de bugs. Mais um jogo ruim que se aproveita do sucesso de obras alheias para faturar encima dos fãs. Vergonhoso.
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