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Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series Episode 1 Review

Posted by The Dace Man Monday, January 5, 2015
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Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series Episode 2 Release Date

Today yours truly is bringing you a Dacetacular viewwhether that is a good thing or bad thing you decidedon Telltale's latest venture. Now if you've played the previous Telltale Games, A Wolf Among Us and The Walking Dead, you pretty much know you're in to make some tough decisions that will impact the rest of your game play. This writer's opinion is that there is never enough time to make a decision and I always regret the one I make!

Telltale has finally made their way to the George R.R. Martin universe and gives us a look into some other Houses within The Game of Thrones universe. Now I'm not the biggest Game of Thrones fanif you want the biggest fans you should check out the Sand & Snow Podcast here on Fanboys Anonymousbut I thoroughly enjoy the show and the lure. To actually jump into the show via video game and make decisions for characters, it really pulls you back a bit after spending four seasons yelling at your television, "Why did you do that?"

News and Spoilers for Season 5 of Game of Thrones
With most Telltale video games, I prefer to wait until all episodes are released because they always leave you on cliff hangers and itching to play some more. They did not disappoint. It is exactly what they did in episode one. You play as three characters all tied to the House Forrester beginning at the events of The Red Wedding we all saw on the show. All three characters' main goal is to preserve the house after their Lord has fallen and their enemies look to pounce on them in their weakened state. The game is filled with "Holy shit" moments and lots of tough decisions as you try so hard to preserve Lord Forrester house and seemingly the last allies of the Stark family.

The game is definitely worth checking out if you're a fan of Game of Thrones, and it does not disappoint if you're a fan of Telltale's line of work. I recommend it with five Dacetacular stars out of five, if that's a thing, but would recommend waiting until all episodes are out because I really hate cliffhangers.

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