After Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones, I think it is safe to say that Jon Snow got the play of the game, eh? (Spoilers ahead.)
Hey, ha ha, remember how the last few episodes of Game of Thrones have seemed to be a bit… low-key? Uh, well, now we know the reason why: It was spending all its time (and manpower, and probably a sizable portion of season six’s budget) on creating what is possibly the most incredible battle that has ever been seen on…
After years of portraying a heroic bastard on Game of Thrones, Kit Harington takes a turn at being a right bastard as the villain of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
There was an inevitable sense of things falling into place on “The Broken Man.” Sure, the seventh episode of the season is usually when Game of Thrones starts putting its endgame in motion, but there was an extra sense of finality to it, making it a gut-punch of an episode. Hmm. Maybe gut-stab is a better word.
Fanfic writers aren’t the only ones penning Game of Thrones/The Witcher crossovers. Developer CD Project Red slipped their own into the latest Witcher 3 DLC.
Well, this was inevitable: someone is paying tribute to our favorite Game of Thrones character with a doorstop in his likeness. Hodor!
On this latest “Clueless Gamer” segment, Conan faces off against the House of Lannister and the shiny butts of Overwatch.
I know, saying HBO’s Game of Thrones has anything on GRRM is bold, if not outright traitorous to some people. But I think there’s a good chance that when the credits rolled on last night’s episode, “The Door,” ol’ George stroked his beard and said, “Damn, I wish I’d thought of that.”
That sure was an episode of Game of Thrones, huh? As it turns out, at least one guy saw the ending coming.
HBO has been going after Game of Thrones pirates for years now, but this week things took a turn for the weird when the creator of a popular series of YouTube videos—claiming to air spoilers for the show before it airs—was hit with copyright takedown notices.
One scene on last night’s episode of Game of Thrones might require some explanation for people who haven’t read the books. Let’s talk it through.
Damn. That sure was one hell of a Game of Thrones episode, huh? (SPOILERS AHEAD!)
The Great Pyramid of Meereen, as depicted in the Game of Thrones TV show, as depicted in Minecraft. It’s as far from the books as you can get, but at least you can explore this version.
In the first book of George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, Eddard Stark faces a near-impossible choice: Should he sacrifice his noble values to save his own life? This week, people across the world will have to make a similarly difficult decision: Should we watch the new season of Game of Thrones?
Just time in for the upcoming season 6 premiere, here’s Moleskin doing a stop-motion version of the opening credits with paper cutouts.
It’s been just one year since season five of Game of Thrones, but it feels like forever. And there are so many fiendish details to recall, before season six begins on April 24. Who’s dead? Who’s down and out? Who’s on top? Watch our handy three-minute video recap!
As in, a portrait made of actual table salt. Of Game of Thrones’s Daenerys, Mother of Dragons. Neat!
Huzzah, we have a fresh look at Game of Thrones sixth season—and as ever, it both paints a miserable picture for our favorite characters, while also offering a ton of intriguing new teases. Here are the thirteen moments that stand out the most to us, and what they reveal about the new season.