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Sumérgete en las batallas e intrigas entre las Casas que dieron forma al Reino de Poniente y conserva tu sitio en el Trono de Hierro por todos los medios.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 29 de Sep, 2011
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¿Conquistador, usurpador o diplomático?
"A Game of Thrones - Genesis" te sumerge en el corazón de las batallas e intrigas entre las Casas que dieron forma al Reino de Poniente. Desde la llegada de Nymeria al Reino de Dorne hasta el despertar de los "Otros" más allá del Muro, vivirás los orígenes de la saga de "Juego de tronos" a través de más de 1000 años de historia, participando en los acontecimientos fundadores y las mayores batallas de Poniente.
En este magnífico juego de estrategia, la victoria no es necesariamente resultado de la fuerza bruta. Puedes elegir un enfoque militar y asediar a tus oponentes, asfixiarlos en una guerra económica o incluso utilizar juego sucio y diplomacia para aplastarlos políticamente. La traición y el engaño están en todas partes y pueden ser más eficaces que el más poderoso de los ejércitos. Así que ten cuidado y no tengas piedad si quieres seguir sentado en el Trono de Hierro.


  • La adaptación en videojuego de la saga de fantasía "Canción de hielo y fuego" de George R. R. Martin.
  • Un sistema de juego complejo y emocionante que combina estrategia, diplomacia y política.
  • Descubre los orígenes del universo del Trono de Hierro en el modo Historia y participa en los principales conflictos que han dado forma a Poniente.
  • Compite contra hasta 7 jugadores en el modo multijugador. ¡Forma alianzas, rómpelas, utiliza tácticas sutiles y aplasta a tus oponentes!

Requisitos del sistema

    • Sistema Operativo: WINDOWS XP SP2/VISTA SP1/WINDOWS 7
    • Procesador: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.2 GHZ
    • Memoria: 1024 MB (XP) / 2048 MB (VISTA/7)
    • DirectX®: 9
    • Disco Duro: 10 GB
    • Internet: Conexión a Internet requerida para el juego online y para la activación del juego
Análisis útiles de usuarios
A 2 de 4 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
15.6 h registradas
Un juego que para mi opinion esta infravalorado, aunque se podria mejorar en muchisimos aspectos manteniendo el sistema de juego. Creo que han gastado mucho dinero en los derechos de la historia y poco para desarrollarlo
Publicado: 26 de Agosto
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A 82 de 88 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
10.0 h registradas
It has been a long time since I had last played a game like this. The type of game you'd label "A Shameless Cash in."

With the fourth season of Game of Thrones hitting the air, you might feel inspired to do your own bit of dynastic warfare. I am here to stop you. Whatever you do; you don't want to spend a penny on this pile of refuse. Game of Thrones Genesis is a broken and convoluted mess. It has some nice ideas, but pretty much everything stop it from working as it should.

Game of Thrones Genesis is a Real Time Strategy game, but it has a twist. Instead of building units and testing your tactics against your opponents you are now in the business of building alliances and brokering treaties between the many colourful houses of Westeros. The goal is out out-prestiege your opponent. You achieve this by earning money, maintaining alliances with towns and castles, eliminating prominent enemy units, uncovering your enemies' ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ sons, and upholding the faith. To accomplish this you employ the services of assassins, envoys, rouges, spies and even your own daughters to break or make allegiences. If you think that this sounds pretty cool then you are sadly mistaken. The system is a micromanagement nightmare. It is impossible to see what you need to do, because each unit is highly specialised. Even your random highwayman can't just be told to kill the enemy envoy. You need another unit for that. To make matters worse, everything is tiny. Even my HD screen is too small to even give me a remote chance to properly click on the one unit I need.

When all else fails you can always resort to war. War is an utter joke. Declaring war will deduct points from your prestige, so you need to trick your enemy into declaring war on you. What AI that cannot even walk from end of the map to the other without burrowing through a mountain is going to take your bait? War cannot be waged with your regular security units. Oh no, you need armies; special units that need food to function. Food is a resource that is advertised in the game as much as Sarin gas is advertised as a nice party trick on children's tv programming. You need to put peasants to work the field. However, both the peasants and the fields are hidden in the horrible interface and the unsightly map textures respectively. The army units then are supposed to work with a rock-paper-scissors system, but it doesn't. You're lucky if your army even goes to where you ask it to go.

Just when you thought you had seen it all the crapshoot AI comes in. The campaign is joke. It tells the origin story of Westeros and the Iron Throne. You begin as the Martells and shortly after you play as the Targaryans to subjugate the entire continent. Only to lose it the inevitable alliance of Stark, Lannister and Baratheon in the endgame, followed by a little bit of 'What if' up at the wall. The problem is the crapshoot AI. The moment you start the stage the AI makes it move and beats you. The only way to win is by trial and error. Find out what the AI does, counter it in the first minute, and move from there. The AI will just keep on trying to do what it was going to do, but will fail forever. It is both lame and boring. What's the point of playing a Game of Thrones if there isn't even a real game to play.

Don't buy this game. Avoid it like the plague. Put it in chains, drag it up to the wall, send it north, dump a couldron of gold on it, bury it in soft peat and finally recycle it as firelighters to burn the box it came in.
Publicado: 9 de Abril
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A 23 de 25 personas (92%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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This game was not what I was expecting at all. It was more like a fast paced board game than the sort of resource management and strategy game I thought it would be. I can't fault it for not being like the Total War games, which I was thinking it was, but I can fault it for not being particularly fun. As far as I can see from playing the tutorial and the first level, you basically run around with envoys and spies trying to keep alliances with towns while your opponents ruin your alliances and make their own. It can get a little hectic keeping up with all of that going on, while also trying to get some food or money together to make an army.

You don't build structures in this game, they already exist on the map. What you do is build units, which will carry out certain tasks like assassinations and spying. The goal is to build alliances with nearby towns and castles to keep yourself stronger and richer than your enemies. You do this to collect prestige points, which determine the winner of the map. The combat in this game is not at all exciting, since your armies will consist of around 8 little guys that will hack at the other side's armies until one team is dead. You don't really want to declare war too often anyway, since it will cost you prestige points. So you want to convince the other guy to declare war, and then spend some time chasing around his units to destroy them, all while chasing his envoys with yours so that you can keep them from stealing your alliances.

The graphics are decent but not particularly impressive. The music is standard fantasy fare. Not memorable, but not bad either.

It's just not as impressives as I was hoping for, and I think I only gave it the time I did because of the GoT license. It does go back a ways to give you a taste of some of the origins of the great houses of Westeros, but I felt like the license was not important to the gameplay. It was like playing a licensed version of Monopoly, wherein the lore of GoT only ran skin deep. Overall I could not recommend this title.

Grade: D
Publicado: 16 de Junio
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A 14 de 14 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.5 h registradas
A cash in on the books.
Publicado: 24 de Junio
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A 9 de 9 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
21.3 h registradas
This game is rough. It has some interesting ideas about how to do video game diplomacy and intrigue, but those ideas are undeveloped, and make the interaction between the houses of Westeros feel like the mere shuffling around of RTS game pieces. It does have an admirable commitment to the series lore, but to get to the lore, you have to play through a dreary campaign which includes frustrating escort missions. You can control a Targaryen dragon, and it feels pretty powerful, but the actual mechanics of doing so are excessively "gamey" (your dragon has a recharge time, making it less a creature of legend and more of an occasional special ability).

The presentation of the game is subpar, with a lot of tiny details that are just "off" enough to pull me out of the experience. And the RTS mechanics are a bit undercooked - there's not a lot of unit diversity (or distinctiveness to the units that exist) and the tech tree, such as it is, is mediocre. The most interesting part of the game is the specialized intrigue and diplomatic units, and even then, I find the challenge of not knowing which alliances are real or which units are loyal to be more of a test of mental endurance than a genuine political-style puzzle.

The game is not entirely without merit, but I would not recommend buying it without first seriously lowering your expectations.
Publicado: 22 de Junio
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
6.0 h registradas
Bueno, el juego no es lo que esperaba. En el aspecto militar la estrategia no existe. No hay formaciones y el ataque es en masa. Si bien al ganar experiencia se les puede personalizar un poco. Los otros aspectos de "politica, intriga, etc" muy engorroso. hay que estar haciendo comprobaciones constantemente. Con un mapa pequeño es una lata controlar a tanto personaje individual: embajador, espia, asesino, etc. No me quiero imaginar en un mega mapa. En fin creo que se han aprovechado del nombre del titulo. Por otro lado solo he jugado 3 misiones y no se si mejorara conforme avance, aunque no lo creo. No vale lo que cuesta
Publicado: 30 de Octubre, 2011
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