Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones Episode 4 - Sons of Winter

Gripes aside, this is easily the best episode Telltale has released since the first, and with the quality gradually increasing, I am becoming immeasurably impatient for the final episodes. Especially with where Sons of Winter lets off, I think the next episode is going to prove crucial to whether or not all, or even any, of the actions taken so far will pay off. With that, we have nothing left other then to wait and see. Winter is coming, and things are about to get very, very real.

Game of Thrones Episode 4 - Sons of Winter

Game of Thrones - Episode 2 The Lost Lords

That's a pretty great summation for the second episode. It's par for the course. It does nothing as shocking as the end of Episode 1, yet is competent and confident in building the story, prepping the player for surprises to come. If you like Game of Thrones, “The Lost Lords” is solid, and expected given the ebb and flow of the show it follows. If you don't, on top of thanking you for bearing with this so far, I would advise you to watch the show first, and then go back to Episode 1.

Game of Thrones - Episode 2 The Lost Lords

Game of Thrones: Episode 1 - Iron from Ice

I don't think I've reviewed another game that drew such a hard line in the sand for me. If you're a fan of Game of Thrones, there is no doubt in my mind that you should pick this up. I cannot wait to see where this goes and how the rest of the story fits into the wider universe HBO adapted from George R. R. Martin's novels. If you are a non-fan, there is certainly enough here to make a compelling argument for why you should be one, but I fail to see why you would even care to start. Seeing as I clearly fall into the first camp, I'll spend my days anxiously waiting for the next episode, and hope that you, person with your head in the sand who hates fun, decide to come along for the ride.

Game of Thrones: Episode 1 - Iron from Ice