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Review: Game Of Thrones, Xbox 360, £32.99
For those of you hooked on the intriguing family trees created by George R R Martin, the Game Of Thrones video game has probably been on your radar for much longer than the average gamer.
Promising to open the fantasy universe even further through the reveal of an additional chapter to the story, you can play as two former soldiers of Robert’s Rebellion who, despite their different paths, need to reunite to face a new and deadly threat to the Seven Kingdoms.
You’ll encounter familiar faces throughout the many quests on this RPG journey, including Cersei Lannister, Lord Commander Mormont, and Varys the Spider.
But it’s in the combat itself rather than the storytelling that Game Of Thrones excels.
Entertaining, strategic and fully customisable, battle sequences are always engaging, even if the graphics and audio at times are not quite up to the same standard.
But still, an engrossing world worth losing yourself in.