Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series Crack/Patch

Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series Telltale's series is founded in the world, characters and events seen in HBO’s television show, which in turn is based on George R. R. Martin’s books (A Song of Ice and Fire).

Download Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series Crack/Patch

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Platform PC Windows
Rating 66 / 100
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Downloads 3232
Genre Action, General, Adventure, Point-and-Click
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Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series reviews ( 7 )

Raskol, Dec 3, 2014

Telltale makes some amazing stories and this is a grate way to get your game of thrones fix. Its worth it, please dont spoil yourselves by watching it on youtube. I hope this will be a very very long series. I knew Walking Dead was good but there rasing the bar.

0Bennyman, Apr 1, 2016

With my experience with Tell Tale it always felt like my choices had an effect but nothing massive scale, maybe I say something and someone remembers it, but as the games have grown and expanded they have become something so much more, this game is a prime example of how powerful one single choice can be, you can shape the person you want to be, never have I felt more worried about what my choices will do than I have with this game. While some may say the ending isn't satisfying I would say that it's a perfect setup for a second season, if they don't decide to carry it on, which would be completely ridiculous and stupid due to how much they set it up for one, then if an open ending bothers you don't buy it but if you're okay with it then definitely buy this game. If there is a second season this could be one of the greatest game series ever because of how powerful your choices are and how great the story is.

BigDegs29, Feb 10, 2015

Much has been said about the illusion of choice in this series. I have to ask: what exactly do people expect? If the stats at the end of each episode are any indication, there are five major "choices" during the episode. If each choice creates a distinct branch in the story, that means the developers have to create ten different paths for just the first episode. Take five distinct choices in the second episode and you now have 100 branches. By the sixth episode the developers would have to create 100,000 different story branches! Just in the first season! While there could be some overlap, they'd have to track and trace all those paths to make sure there's no inconsistency. An impossible task. Where this game shines isn't in branching story paths; that would be impossible to pull off on a large-scale basis. Where it excels is in that your choices affect how different characters feel about you, and that when those few major divergences come up, the way the various characters feel about you can have an effect. This game feels authentically Game of Thrones. It's not predictable. It puts you in impossible situations with no outs. It'll beat you up, then kick you while your down. But through it all you'll have the desire to keep fighting...because you care about the Forresters. And you want revenge on those who wronged them. Will you be defiant, even if it puts you at risk? Will you bow and scrape hoping for a few table scraps? Will you fight for what's right, or be ruthless to succeed? Can you outmaneuver your rivals? Can you see the twists coming and prevent a horrible outcome? Good luck.

Hack, Feb 26, 2016

While still enjoyable, and certainly worth the price if on sale Game of Thrones is without a doubt the weakest of Telltale's most recent efforts, sitting comfortably behind The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us. I would also like to point out this is the first time I've been able to put down a Telltale game for long periods, I finished episode 6 two weeks after episode 5 when I usually knock out an episode a day back to back due to being engrossed. Take from that what you will. Telltale have changed their usual format with Game of Thrones, you don't play the role of one person, you play many and I feel this hurt the immersion, I didn't feel truly connected to any of the characters as you are swapped between them so regularly, although some were definitely more likeable than others. I guess it makes sense, and follows the format of the TV show but still, I don't think it translated very well into the game. Another big complaint I have was the bizarre choice of graphical filters and effects used throughout the game, all edges appear blurred and jagged regardless of settings and there's no way to correct this as it's an artistic choice made by the devs (supposedly to make it look like an oil painting), one that completely butchers the visual fidelity. At first I thought something was simply wrong with my game, but after researching further I discovered this is 100% intended and I couldn't disagree more with the overall aesthetic of the game. Telltale aren't known for their technical prowess, but at least their games usually look clean, and that's just not the case with Game of Thrones, the overall look reminds me of playing a game at a non native resolution. The technical issues didn't stop there either, the game crashed to desktop many times when first starting the game, sometimes taking 3 - 4 attempts before it would open correctly, thankfully this never happened during gameplay. I would just like to point out this has never been an issue with any other Telltale game and I'm certainly not alone, many people have reported the exact same issue with no solution. On top of these extra problems the usual Telltale engine issues are of course present, so don't expect any improvements on that front. While this review may seem negative I would still recommend it, it's definitely the weakest, recent Telltale offering but it's still a solid game, especially at 66% off and if you enjoyed their recent work you will most likely enjoy it as well, but I'd be surprised if you don't feel the lack of Telltale magic because it's just not there, or at least it's spread too thin.

JimCorbett, Nov 18, 2015

In my opinion, this is the worst Telltale game that I have played (started with TWD S1). This is the game where your choices matter the least, where the plot moves in directions for no logical reason other than to "shock" the player. I will say that the feel of the world and characters very much makes me believe it is set in the ASOIF/GoT world which is fantastic. However the game suffers from typical telltale issues such as terrible animations, poor texture quality, missing sound effects, and a heavy overused of quick time events. However, my biggest problem with this game is that it makes the same cardinal sin that the GoT TV show has been making the past few seasons. It makes the "bad guys" win because that's what they think is supposed to happen. There is no hope for the player, I can only think of one good thing that happens throughout the entire 6 episode seasons and that good thing is immediately wiped out the very next episode. There is nothing to cheer for and no matter what you do you will still lose everything. This is not what the book series is like at all. There is always hope, always something good that is happening or is going to happen that you can look forward to. This game has nothing but failure. The ending doesn't wrap up any of the loose ends and it doesn't hint on anything good to happen in the heavily implied second season. Nobody wants to play a game where they constantly lose and are shown how they've messed up but they can't do anything about it. It's not fun. It's not a good game. nothing feels natural about the story and the bad guys just get advantages because they are the bad guys and that's how it's supposed to be for this game and the TV show. If you're a huge fan of the show and haven't read the books then maybe you'll enjoy it. If you're a fan of the books and aren't happy with the direction the show has been taking then i highly doubt you'll like this. Telltale games have grown stale and this is yet another example of the dying formula.

DelleAlpi, Nov 25, 2015

The first 4 episodes are amazing. I really enjoyed playing it and experiencing the story. But the last 2 episodes indicate Telltale Game's quality deteriorated and the last episode is clearly a marketing fraud. Telltale Games should stop making any game like this which has no ending. The Walking Dead Season 1 ended rather conclusively. So did Season 2, The Wolf Among Us and Borderland. But this game is just something else. In the future, I advise against preordering any Telltale games until the final episode is out.

outcast12666, Aug 12, 2017

If you enjoy watching little girls gets beaten for hours, watching them crying from pain until they die pick this, if you was bullied in school and you want to experiance this feeling all over again go ahead and pick this game Otherwise dont touch it cause it offers you nothing else but this. You playing a family who gets bullied,beaten,crushed,tortured,humiliated from the beginning to the end and then gets butchered and lose everything, no little victorious, no payoff, no nothing, you lose and die thats the whole game. You might think " but this is a choice game and you should have a full control over you character, is there no way to avoid this mess ? " Its simply impossible Nothing in this game makes any sense, cause this game only wants to **** you over and over and over again In the most important moments your characters or family members either acting like idiots and get you punished or there is simply no logic behind and bad things happen to you for no reason You simply have no control over your characters This game takes your control and letting your characters do stupid things to get them killed and letting the bad guys win (like the entire time) or this game giving you no other options than insulting your enemies the entire time insteed of being reasonable and try to figure out a good harmless way to avoid these troubles And even if there is 1 or 2 options to do that, the enemies will react exact the same way like you insulted them In the game you will meet the TV stars from the show and you will talk to them, sounds fun doesn't it ? Well they actually ruined the entire game One of the stars is you enemy, that means you cant do anything against him All you can do is watching him butchering and killing you family and friends The other stars (the good guys allegedly) who are you in service are either complete **** for exploiting you or see you as a family member but then when there is a bad rumor about you they dont like you anymore and dont believe a single word what you say You can do whatever you want you will dissapoint them for no ****ing reason This is the worst storytelling i ever saw, the quality of this game is pure **** and i dont even recommend to watch this on youtube cause this is nothing but a waste of time