Game of Thrones: Episode One - Iron From Ice Crack/Patch

Game of Thrones: Episode One - Iron From Ice Episode 1 - Iron From Ice. The series is based on 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). The events in the game series begin towards the end of Season 3 of the television show and end just before the beginning of Season 5. You'll traverse familiar locations such as King’s Landing and The Wall, as well as unfamiliar locations such as Ironrath, the home of House Forrester.

Download Game of Thrones: Episode One - Iron From Ice Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
Downloads 3299
Genre Action, Adventure, General, Point-and-Click
Company / Developer
Telltale Games / Telltale Games

Game of Thrones: Episode One - Iron From Ice reviews ( 7 )

Kira6667, Dec 4, 2014

Before I played this game, I went in with high expectations. In the span of two hours, this game surpassed all my expectations.By the time I finished the episode I wanted to play it again. I did play it again a second time to see if certain other choices would have an impact. The impact wasn't as large as I would have liked but enough changes were there. The story is phenomenal. Even those who criticize the game on other fronts will have to agree unless they are liars that this story lives up to George RR Martins' high standard of writing. The episode ends with a twist that most people will never see coming. The game has more of the usual gameplay that is found in Telltale Games albeit with a twist that I don't want to spoil. The game even has cameos from characters from the show and the characters are voiced by the actors themselves. Its absolutely a thrill to listen to Tyrion's wit, Cersei's arrogance and Ramsay Bolton's malice. You play as three protagonists in the first episode with Telltale promising by the end of the six episodes you will play as 5 protagonists who are either members or those who serve House Forrester. House Forrester is a vassal house to the Glovers who are bannerman to the Starks of Winterfell. I found every playable character to be charming in their own way. The other characters are also very developed and multi-faceted. The game's antagonists are also very despicable and hateable in true game of thrones fashion. By the end of the episode, my jaw dropped and I felt the emotional roller coaster that Telltale is known to put players on. I can't wait for the next episode. If you are a fan of Games of Thrones or the books(A song of ice and fire) you owe it to yourself to buy this game. If you are a fan of Telltale you should still check out the game but be warned that the game starts off with a major spoiler for season 3 of the show and book three. I would recommend this game to anyone.

aadms, Jul 9, 2015

Am I suppose to rate each episode? I'm sorry, but I'm rating the whole series at this point, with two episodes to go. The game is near perfect. Playing in the world of Game of Thrones is exactly the type of game that Tell Tale does the best. Excellent partnership here. I hate QTE during combat, but considering that this is a storybased driven game, it fits perfect with the cinematic feels. I realize that I only hate QTE in the combat games where you excel at your own skills only to have it taken away from you as you watch a battle. That's why I detest QTE generally. But in this game it works. And making decisions playing the game of politics is very intense. I recommend this to everyone.

Ecko69x, Dec 4, 2014

I preordered this game as I had high expectations from TellTale Games. I was not disappointed. The beautifully crafted environment and artwork resembles the Game of Thrones universe. The game retains the same shock and awe factor as we've seen from the TV series. I love the GoT introduction they created for the game. It was not expected and I was blown away. This game is a MUST have. The only issue I have with the game is that the decisions once again seen to not ultimately matter. To avoid spoilers let's just say that the ending you get is the same regardless of your actions.

Malleskoda, Dec 7, 2014

Since this game is far from over, it doesn't exactly seem appropriate to judge it yet. I'm giving episode one a 7, but keep in mind that this easily could change as the rest of the episodes are released. First of all, if you don't know anything about Game of Thrones, and the universe of Westeros, i would not recommend this game. Even if someone knows just a little about the show/books, that won't cut it i'm afraid. Unless you don't care about knowing who's what, and what is happening in the game. If you do enjoy GoT, i would recommend this. Especially since it's the only game in the Game of Thrones world that actually is not a pile of human waste. (God that GoT RPG is horrible) The uniqueness of Telltale games i believe make all of their games worth a purchase. Even if i do think 1 and a half hour isn't really worth the money this first episode costs. Being unique can be both a good and a bad thing. In terms of choice, which is one of the key things of telltale games, do they matter? Uuuh, yes and no. Truth be told, in most cases, the choices in Telltale games are mostly an illusion of choice. A cosmetic change if you will. The dialogue might change, and in very few instances, some actual changes do occur to the game and the story, however a large portion of the choices you make do not matter. You might disagree, but it's the truth. The replayability is not as good as say a BioWare game, or a few Bethesda games. (Though that also has to do with different races, classes etc.) I'm fairly certain there are free visual novels that give you more choices that matter. The quality of the story is what makes Telltale great. Not the variety of choice. So far it's the same with this game. The story is intriguing, and while some of the "plot twists" aren't really plot twists, (seriously, was i the only one who kinda knew what was likely to happen at the end?) it's still a good story. Does it do justice to the source material? That's honestly too early to tell. A thing to keep in mind is, the first episodes of telltale games are usually pretty slow, and mostly serve as an introduction to everything. This was definitely no exception. Pros: -Good story, very intriguing plot so far. -Good voice acting, even from the GoT TV show actors (I knew you had it in you Dinklage) -Nice transitions between characters. -The graphics, though simple, are actually full of beautiful details. Cons: -Your choices don't serve any purpose other than a few changes in dialogue. You can't change any of the major plot points. Whether things in future episodes will change based on your actions remain to be seen. -While the facial animations are alright, the body animations are often stiff and awkward. This is most obvious doing combat scenes. -Gameplay is, like all Telltale games, very limited. Is it worth picking it up? Like i said, i don't think the current price is worth it for about 1 and a half hour of gameplay (a term used loosely in this instance) but i would recommend anyone who enjoys the TV show or the books to play this game at some point.

Cannily, Dec 7, 2014

When I first played it, I liked it very much. The atmosphere is great and the story, with the different characters you can play with, catches the feeling of the show and books. The only thing I was disappointed in, was the fact, that none of my decisions has an effect on the end of ep 1. It is really annoying, that the best part, which surprised me when playing it for the first time, is unchangeable, and becomes the worst part with that. Because with this, it is only an other TV Show you can watch but not a game.

FadeOutAgain, Dec 7, 2014

Massive Telltale and Game of Thrones fan here. Was ecstatic to play this but was quite disappointed, especially compared to the superior Tales from the Borderlands game (I never enjoyed Borderlands prior to the Telltale game). This is the PS4 version review: Cons: 1. Terrible, terrible graphics. Horrible textures, poor representation of the show's characters (Margery especially looks hideous). Half the time I don't know if it's intentionally meant to look that way or if it's glitchy. This really takes you out of the immersion of being in a Game of Thrones episode. 2. Story is mediocre. It has it's moments but it's generally dull and characters, although you control them, seem boring. 3. Glitches. Everywhere. Visual, audio, and ESPECIALLY subtitle. Subtitles are incorrect, audio gets skipped, visual glitches galore. This can be solved by a patch, but referring to point 1, poor visuals are an issue. 4. ABSOLUTELY ZERO EVOLUTION. Same telltale formula from the Walking Dead era (Haven't played any games prior to that). Being a telltale fan, it sucks that you can't expect more than quick time events and dialogue choices. This was most disappointing of all. Although Tales from Borderlands didn't evolve from the usual formula, it refined it to near perfection, and even then it was slightly disappointing. Pros 1. Promise. A lot of promise, especially since it's a 6 episode season. I don't regret buying the season pass despite a weak first episode. 2. True to the original work. If you can ignore the visuals and glitches, you are in Westeros. 3. Interacting with the show's characters is excellent, it's one thing to watch them be monsters, it's another to interact with the monsters knowing their capabilities. 4. Price. $4 is still a steal. Recommendation: Wait until episode 2 to see if the season picks up.

BaldursGate, Dec 5, 2014

I just finished the game, and here are my pros and cons. Cons: - HORRIBLE mouse smoothing. - No support for Xbox-controllers. - Horrible main menu. Play it to see it. Didn't manage to change settings... took a few hours to figure out how it worked (there is a small arrow that you click, looks like it's part of the "fluff"). - The sound engineering is also horrible. Everything sounds weirdly phasey/reverby. There are also lots of part with clicks and such thanks to the min volume going above 0dB. - QTE with button mashing. WHO came up with this for an adventure game? If they would just skip the button mashing with QTE crap it would be a much better game. It is NOT interesting to randomly click buttons to solve "puzzles". - The camera angles are horrible. I think this has been the case for most Telltale Games. There are invisible walls everywhere, you can't see **** and the only time the cameras are good are in some of the conversations. I wish they would just do the dialogues and the rest could just be a movie. Would've been more fluid. - The technology/graphics feels so aged... textures with ultra low resolutions and other idiotic things that really have no reason. Pros: - The only thing good with this game is the story and the story driven choices. Summary: Really low quality game. If you give this anything above 3/10 you must be a Telltale-fan. I am a Telltale fan and I really love Telltale Games, but they really need to start fixing all these problems before release these games. There is so much promise yet they just **** it up.