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Game of Thrones - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

by Atlus
Xbox 360
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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With an original story written under the supervision of George R. R. Martin, filled with characters and locations straight from the pages of the beloved fantasy saga-including the likenesses of stars from the cast of the hit HBO TV adaptation, Game of Thrones promises to deliver the ultimate interactive RPG experience for fans of its gritty, sophisticated medieval fantasy. Become a part of the Game of Thrones saga: Play as multiple characters, embark on numerous quests, and make key decisions that have meaningful impact on Westeros in this 30‐plus hour action RPG epic! An exclusive new adventure dripping with authenticity: The game's story opens up another part of George R. R. Martin's enthralling world, putting players in the shoes of two former soldiers who have made choices that led them in different directions. Feel time slow in the heat of battle: Combat mirrors the series' thoughtful approach to war and politics: fighting slows but never stops entirely, forcing the player to make quick, pressured choices before their enemy strikes again.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Admirable Feb. 8 2013
By T-Shirt
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
There are no complaints about the shippers, or the quality of the disc that I received. I was aware coming into this purchase the downsides to this game (glitchy, frame rate issues, character model short comings) but was pleasantly surprised about the ease of control and the dynamic dialogue choices and consequences. All around not terrible game. The story is definitely what pushes me further on into the game. Once again kudos to the seller/shipper. My package was actually early by a day!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not fun Dec 12 2013
By GregJ
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
I love reading the song of ice and fire books but with the shortcomings in gameplay I wasn't pulled in to this story enough to finish the game. From what I've seen it would've been better as a novel.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Good Story-Bad Gameplay June 23 2012
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Game of Thrones has a great story and fans will likely enjoy it but nothing else is particularly good about this game.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars July 17 2014
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A good one but I had hoped there would have been more of the seven kingdoms
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Amazon.com: 3.1 out of 5 stars  43 reviews
25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A++ story and voice acting. C- combat engine Nov. 5 2012
By techmannn - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This game didnt get much love and the major game reviews sites almost completely ignored it upon release. But I picked it up when the price dropped. There nothing *completely* broken about the game, so ignore the one star reviews. It is however a very flawed game with an astonishingly dark and riveting storyline that also happens to have uniformly great voice acting throughout.

The problem is the combat: there are a few difficulty spikes in the first 2 chapters that will scare a lot of gamers away from the game (hence the lame one star reviews). By chapter 4 the opposite happens. You can kill just about anything using your special abilities. So the combat is never really fun or challenging. That's definitely a C- for combat. There's really no excuse for the disappointing combat engine.

But if you are patient, and like a dark brutal storyline about kingship and murder, then the game is riveting in spite of the combat. There's lots of dialog here so just be warned you are basically watching a movie with lots of mostly pointless combat in between the story parts.

Some misc notes:

As an RPG you can make some minor changes in the plot but nothing that will completely change the plot. There's less than 5 sidequests in the whole game so it all about the main story. Weapons and armor are crazy expensive so you will literally have no money for anything except potions until 2/3rd's of the way thru the game (which would be a problem except the combat quickly becomes too easy anyway). Potions are the key combat -- they are inexpensive, easily found, and the do everything from poison to stun to heal. Combat is all about stunning or poisoning your enemies.

the bottomline is that if you can excuse the numerous faults, and get the game at a budget price, and like a dark storyline, it might be worth your time.
20 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than the average tie-in game... June 28 2012
By TW Brown, Author, Editor, and Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
I received this game as a gift from my daughter. The first thing we both commented on was the graqphics. They are wonderful. As a lover of the game Skyrim, that is where my comparisons will mostly be coming from. (I just got into XBox 360 about 6 months ago as an avid PC gamer that was reluctant to switch).

So far, this game doe some one upmanship on my beloved Skyrim. The dialog choices are very enjoyable as it allows you to choose a course for the dialog instead of a line by line choice. It makes the story feel more real. Also, the battle sequences are more interactive as you are allowed to alter tactics DURING the fighting.

The generation of characters are limited to the sole character(s) {there will be two that you control as the story develops} but you direct the TYPE of fighter and the type of "Red Priest" you will represent.

I have just begun, but stay tuned as I take you deeper into the game with me.

So, I have decided to play it two ways. One as a fair "Eddard Stark" type, and one as a real jerk. So far...a very different experience even early on!

I love a game that throws a curve at me. I was beginning to feel as if it had become too linear, however, the Red Priest story line is becoming my favorite part of the game. I will say that I do feel a bit guided by the game at times. I like games (like Skyrim) that don't force you to finish one set event.
18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not half bad. Aug. 27 2012
By C. E. Leska - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Everything you have heard about this game is true: The graphics aren't great, the battle engine is rough and the voice acting is only half-step above high school theater. Nevertheless, this was actually a good game.

It mixes an interesting (and appropriately brutal, given the source material) story and enough of your RPG stand-byes (weapon, armor, skills, etc) to make for a compelling game experience. I particularly enjoyed the mechanism of warging into the dog (Mors' special skill) as it made for a different gaming experience than the standard hack and slash.

It isn't a perfect game. There were some fights that were strangely difficult compared to previous fights and the first hour of backstory until things get going is downright brutal, but at the end the game had my interest enough that I wanted to play both endings out.

One last proviso: I am a huge A Song of Ice and Fire fan, and many have suggested this enhances the gaming experience. This is probably true and it was my fandom that pushed me past the game's initial awkwardness. However, I'm also just an RPG fan, and it was those elements that kept me playing.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars For the Love of the Story July 17 2013
By Canescent - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Play it with the understanding that you are playing to see the story unfold, and you will not be disappointed! The story and voice acting are totally top notch! This game begins the story before the first book/season, and then runs concurrently with it.

I thought the skill trees were interesting, and the quest mechanics were novel. I like games that are not always predictable, and this game fits the bill.

The combat reminds me of a Mass Effect or a Dragon Age type game because of the skill wheel that pauses combat.

I would have liked more side quests, but that is just me.

This game got a lot of negative reviews, so I was hesitant about getting it. I am really glad that I tried it anyway. If you are a fan of RPGs or Game of Thrones, I think you will really enjoy this too (:
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Much better than its reviews Dec 31 2013
By Red - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this when it came out and played the first Chapter and put it aside. I decided to pick it back up over the holiday break and I am glad I did. I have read the books as they were released and I watch the HBO show. I am 50 and have been playing games for over 20 years years and mostly play RPG's. Once I got used to the mechanics (and also swallowed my pride and moved down to easy) I was able to get into the game. THE STORY IS INCREDIBLE AND FANS OF BOOK WILL LOVE IT. The problem might be book and the show fans that are not big gamers might find the game portion too hard and gamers who are not fans of the book and show might find the story portions boring and the game play to unreliable. (Notice I said unreliable not easy because there is an issue with the game play that it can be too easy on EASY but if you move up out of the blue you can get stuck were you die over and over.) There is more strategy involved in the game playing than normally found in RPG's that are targeted to people that might not be seasoned gamers. Even on easy I hit some places where I just kept dying until I figured out the proper strategy. I am afraid casual gamers might not hang in there until they figure it but they will be missing out on a GREAT story if they give up. (Online help is your friend.)

Remembering the pre Final Fantasy 7 days of RPG's I do not really get the complaints on graphics. If you liked Dragon Age Origins then graphics here will be fine. Also, since this is story driven the word is not open so people who do not like linear game play will be bored. I bought this for the fun of playing a character in the Game of Thrones and that is what I got to do. I was a "water-dancer" and red priest. I got to fight with a flaming sword. I was also a Black Brother of the Wall who could skin-change with his dog. I got a story with twists and turns that really surprised and moved me. After so many games with good game play and little story (Skyrium) or middle book stories that leave you hanging for the next installment (Witcher 2) it was great to get lost in a game and truly feel l like was playing an interactive book.
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