These are screenshots from the upcoming Game of Thrones RPG. You can tell this because they all say "Game of Thrones" in big letters.
The upcoming Game of Thrones RPG would like to remind you there's more to it than music and combat. There's also a story, and dialogue, and sadly dialogue that isn't being spoken by the amazing James Cosmo.
Check out this trailer for French studio Cyanide's Game of Thrones RPG. The video reveals the town of Riverspring, a once thriving hub of commerce now suffering recession and the death of its lord.
Today, we got six new screenshots from Cyanide Studio's forthcoming Game of Thrones RPG, which appears to not actually be called "A" Game of Thrones. Which will make a lot of nerds a little grumpy. Including me!
Months have gone by and we never got a single good look at the Game of Thrones RPG in motion, and suddenly, not one but two trailers appear.
Cyanide's upcoming Game of Thrones RPG promises to let players explore the world of Westeros, rather than just be led around it by an author and/or a TV show.
Back when we started seeing screenshots and hearing talk of Cyanide's RTS Game of Thrones: Genesis, there was a fair amount of skepticism about the game. Each time we posted about it, folks would express doubt that this game was accurately channeling George RR Martin's fiction, or the HBO series that it has inspired.
If Sunday's Game of Thrones premiere has got you riled up into a fantasy-themed lather, then you might be interested in checking out these new screenshots of the upcoming Game of Thrones-themed RTS, A Game of Thrones - Genesis. Sure, the game may be cashing on the increased fanfare for the series from the HBO show,…
This is why elves don't generally make good football players.
The PC adaptation of the Games Workshop board game that put the fantasy in fantasy football is getting a free dose of hot Dark Elf action next month.
French development studio Cyanide intends to make the first video games based on one of the most beloved and bloody series of fantasy novels in recent memory.
Like any battle between good and evil, the fantasy football face-offs in Cyanide's Blood Bowl are ultimately decided by who has the best-looking cheerleaders.