First Telltale studio came up with The Walking Dead and Monkey Island, which were instant hits with the crowd of gamers. Now, the Game of Thrones video game series is expected to arrive on the scene some time next year. And the excitement levels have soared sky high.
The series was a regular feature on HBO and was much-liked by those with a passion for action and romance. Based on the novels of George R.R. Martin, the series was being shifted towards a gamingplatform. And this had been going on for some time as was evident from the circulating rumors. But, now it has been confirmed and it is a solid fact that the final version will materialize in the future.
A magical warrior’s tale, Game of Thrones as seen on television portrays the conflicts and occurrences that come to pass between two kingdoms. The plot is complex yet arouses one’s curiosity. The fighting is over a throne. There are even creatures called the “Others” that re-emerge after eons of hibernation.
It bears an uncanny resemblance to J.R.R Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. The series is notjust serious stuff though. It is slated to contain some very hot scenes of passion between the sexes. As for the Game of Thrones video game, it will give a new meaning to the phrase “everything is fair in love and war.”
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