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Things are about to get much colder in Telltale Games’ Game of Thrones video game, as the series’ second episode brings players all the way north in Westeros to The Wall.
While viewers wait for a return to Westeros, HBO is giving fans around the world another chance to sit on the Iron Thrones themselves while they wait.
We’ve spent the past month celebrating the best entertainment of the year. Now, before we discard the final entry of our Dilbert page-a-day calendars and forget everything that happened in 2014, we want to turn the spotlight toward the incredible artists that bring our own stories to life. EW design director Tim Leong and deputy design director Keir Novesky work with some of the finest illustrators in the business, making each of our issues a veritable “Best of” collection. Even so, 10 pieces made enough of an impression on Tim and Keir that they’re worth revisiting.
(Illustration by Nathan Fox; Art directed by Aaron Morales; Run date: May 9th)
After Game of Thrones killed off yet another main character in Joffrey Baratheon, Melissa Maerz posited that the series’ increasingly high body count was influencing other shows to kill off its characters—and lessening the impact.
Telltale Games has already enlisted a number of the big players from HBO’s Game of Thrones, like Peter Dinklage and Natalie Dormer, to join the voice cast of the video game set in the world of the TV series.
Thanks to the game’s newly released first episode, a few more of the show’s most beloved characters and their actors have been revealed as upcoming additions to the virtual version of Westeros.
HBO’s Game of Thrones imbues a fantastical political chess game with energy and intrigue. The show has excelled even when it can’t quite depict the blood and guts of an actual battlefield. Telltale’s new Game of Thrones game takes a more personal focus and somewhat smaller scope—though it’s still expansive in comparison to previous Telltale titles.
In the first episode of the six-part series, “Iron from Ice,” players take on the role of two members of House Forrester—Mira and Ethan—as well as Gared Tuttle, a squire to the house’s lord. This evokes the feel of the TV series while exploring a more concentrated emotional core. The episode’s function as a table-setting introduction, however, demands a little more of a “wait and see” approach than a “can you believe what just happened” one—though there are several moments that evoke the latter.
It seems no one can catch a break in Game of Thrones, whether on the battlefield or in the throne room of King’s Landing. And now fans of the HBO series will have a chance to join the fray among the Lannisters, Starks, and Freys.
While Telltale Games’ Game of Thrones video game will focus on an entirely new house of Westeros—one not glimpsed in HBO’s hit—a few familiar and fresh faces will be popping up on the new adventure.
Telltale Games is offering players a chance to travel to Westeros and take part in the battle for the Iron Throne.
The makers of the Walking Dead video game, Telltale Games, are throwing players into the fight for the Seven Kingdoms by following the story of House Forrester, a family mentioned in George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series but yet unseen on HBO’s blockbuster adaptation Game of Thrones.
Natalie Dormer has had a busy few years in Hollywood—including playing Cressida in The Hunger Games, Margaery Tyrell on Game of Thrones, Moriarty on Elementary— and with that comes plenty of stories to tell. In a Reddit AMA on Monday, she regaled her fans with some of them, and even outed one of her Game of Thrones co-stars as a major diva.
Here’s what she revealed:
- Tyler James Williams joins CBS spinoff series
- 'Steve Jobs' finalizes cast, begins filming
- Christopher Reeve's son joins 'SportsCenter'
- Katie Holmes back on TV in 'Ray Donovan'
- Benedict Cumberbatch apology for remark
- 'Togetherness' renewed by HBO for season 2
- 'Game of Thrones' IMAX ticket sales surge
- David Tennant cast as 'Jessica Jones' villain
- Emma Watson as 'Beauty and the Beast' Belle
- Apple Watch expected to ship in April
- Neil Patrick Harris to visit 'Actors Studio'
- 'Chicago P.D.' role for 'Shameless' alum