For a limited time only
The final season of the massively popular fantasy drama, Game of Thrones, has begun, and to celebrate, Sony's doling out some freebies for those in North America. In addition to the recent celebratory God of War goodies, you'll be able to get your hands on a dynamic PlayStation 4 theme and avatars based on the HBO show...
Bethesda really likes dragons?
A rumour that's erupted overnight, Bethesda may have a project in the works that's based on the wildly popular Game of Thrones property. All of the current speculation is swirling around a single product page on US retailer Target's website, which simply reads "Bethesda: Game of Thrones". Not really much to...
Finally, a finale
It's safe to say that Game of Thrones has earned its reputation for being a brutal, violent, and gory addition to popular culture. For better or worse, Telltale Games has continued that grand tradition through six episodes – its longest season to date – to varying degrees of success. Considering the level of quality of the...
Already in development, of course
Just when you thought that Telltale may actually take some time off to upgrade its engine and give its writing team some respite, it goes and announces another game. According to the developer, it's going to make Game of Thrones: Season 2 – in fact, it's already started work on it. The first season concluded this...
The penultimate peril
While developer Telltale's release schedule for Tales from the Borderlands could be described as sporadic at best, the studio's done a reasonably good job of delivering episodes in its Game of Thrones series in a relatively timely fashion. And this trend has continued with the season's penultimate episode, Game of Thrones:...
Winter has come
We are now two-thirds of the way through Telltale's Game of Thrones. House Forrester has spent the past three episodes being knocked around and bullied by House Bolton, House Whitehill, and a plethora of other antagonists. But while we found this series to be a bit of a slow burn at first, it has picked up pace of late, so can...
Chair you go
Surprise! Telltale Games has announced that the fourth episode in its up-and-down Game of Thrones series will nestle its posterior on a certain steel seat [Yes, we know it's made of iron, but alliteration – Ed] next week on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. You'll be able to nab the game from 26th May in North America and 27th May...
The Watchers on the Wall
Telltale seems to have slotted into a nice little groove with regards to its episodic release schedule of late. Game of Thrones: Episode 3 – The Sword in the Darkness marks its second outing of the month – a paltry one week later than the most recent instalment of Tales from the Borderlands. If this pace can be...
In news that's sure to have our house Telltale Games expert Graham Banas twitching in his copper seat, the busy developer's announced that Game of Thrones: Episode 3 - The Sword in the Darkness will make a surprise appearance on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 this week. It's an announcement that's, honestly, going to have many of us...
To ice we all return
Game of Thrones: Episode 2 – The Lost Lords marks our second journey to Westeros courtesy of Telltale Games. Those of you with longer memories may recall that we thought that the season premiere was decent, if not outstanding – but fortunately this seems like a better indication of where the series is headed. Naturally, the...
Game of the North
Telltale Games has been busy. The studio has already released episodes for three different series throughout 2014, and the premiere instalment of Game of Thrones marks the fourth and final one of the year. Deploying such a wealth of content – this is the company’s tenth outing in 12 months – could stretch any team thin, but...
We will remember that
Up until this weekend, it was cheaper to purchase both Game of Thrones and Tales of the Borderlands on the Xbox One than the PlayStation 4 in Europe. Despite the titles being identical, the former’s Season Pass cost £24.99 on Sony’s system, while the latter retailed for £18.99. The platform holder has now slashed the...
Telltale Games mustered some impressive review scores for the first instalment in its Tales from the Borderlands series last week, so can its heavily publicised Game of Thrones spin-off secure the same acclaim? Surprisingly, not quite – but the scores for Episode 1: Iron from Ice are not exactly bad. A slow build-up appears to b
Alright, we’ve exhausted our entire knowledge of the Game of Thrones franchise in previous articles, so you’re just going to have to excuse our ignorance in this one. Telltale Games has released a launch trailer for Episode 1: Iron from Ice, and it features a few famous faces – and voices to boot. We’re just pleased that, new...
PS3 to follow a little later
Telltale Games, you’re spoiling us. Not content with the premiere of Tales from the Borderlands on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 this week, the company has revealed that the first part in its Game of Thrones series will debut on 2nd December in North America and 3rd December in Europe on Sony’s next-gen...
It’s taken what feels like an eternity, but Telltale Games has finally released the first trailer for its episodic Game of Thrones series. The title will premiere later this year on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 – there’s no word on the Vita yet – and will tell the story of House Forrester. “Caught up in the events...
Telltale’s titles are not exactly renowned for their visual prowess, even though we’d argue that both The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us have great art styles. It’s no surprise that the outfit’s upcoming Game of Thrones is not exactly going to be a looker either, then – as these leaked images which appeared on
Telltale Games’ hotly anticipated episodic Game of Thrones adaptation will remain perched on the property’s iron chair for six episodes, the developer has revealed. The first instalment – dubbed ‘Iron from Ice’ – will apparently premiere soon, with more information expected to be announced during the PlayStat
Not content with making every other game in the universe, Telltale Games has confirmed that it's working on another episodic series based on George R.R. Martin's popular Game of Thrones. Yes, that's in addition to The Walking Dead: Season Two, The Wolf Among Us, and the just announced