A Game of Thrones RPG = 30 Hours

Focus Home Interactive announces they will publish the A Game of Thrones RPG in Europe. They offer some new screenshots from the game as well as some details, including that we should expect about 30 hours of gameplay. Here's word:
Along the 30 hours of gameplay offered by "Game of Thrones", play as Mors, sworn brother of the Night's Watch, and Alester, a Red Priest in search of redemption who is back to Westeros after a long exile. The Hand of King Robert Baratheon has just passed away, and these two charismatic heroes will find themselves dragged in a grand quest that will lead them through familiar and gorgeous places of Westeros, such like the Wall and its region, or the famous King’s Landing. In this grand adventure, they will meet famous faces: Queen Cersei, Varys the Spider or Jeor Mormont, the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch faithfully reproduced from the TV series.

In "Game of Thrones", you will choose the class of your characters, find your fighting style, reach a good balance between your strengths and weaknesses, and get ready for epic battles! Find, buy or loot new equipment and weapons to fit your approach of the fights, and gain experience to improve your skills or learn new ones. Slow the time down during battle to analyze the situation and choose your next moves. In game of thrones, political skills can be as lethal as a sharpen sword, so never underestimate the power of a silver tongue to solve a critical situation!
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Re: A Game of Thrones RPG = 30 Hours Dec 5, 2011, 18:56
Dec 5, 2011, 18:56
 
I never understood why Raymond E Feist doesn't get more coverage - I know the books have been going very nearly 30 years and consist of 29 books but they are broken into normally 3 book sagas which would be perfect for a TV adaptation.

I've always said that if I won a lot of money, I'd try and get the Riftwar saga done as movies. Especially the first two have plotlines that I think could work extremely well.

Frankly, tho', I think Feist's best work is long behind him. All of his recent books have been relative crap compared to his earlier works. The only ones he's done that I still enjoyed were his collaborative works.

Seems like a classic case of "saved by editors".
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