As of today, George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire saga has a new chapter. It's not a chapter in a book, however, nor is it bonus footage from HBO's wildly popular adaptation, Game of Thrones. Nope, it's a video game.
You know what would be awesome? A game that played like Dragon Age but featured locations and characters from George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series of books (now a major television series). Watching this combat trailer for Cyanide Studio's Game of Thrones role-playing game, I'd say that dream might…
Winter is coming. A Lannister always pays his debts. Incest kills the little children. Whichever Game of Thrones catchphrases you prefer, it's hard to not get excited about Cyanide Studios' upcoming action role-playing game, especially after seeing the first screens.
How did a game called Blood Bowl take this long to introduce an all-vampire team, and why aren't they turning to dust during day games?
While one of the enemies in Plants Vs. Zombies used to play football, the undead abominations of the newly-revealed Necromantic team actively play, or at least they will once the Blood Bowl Legendary Edition hits PC.
After a bit of legal wrangling over Cyanide's last fantasy football release, Chaos League, the developer and Games Workshop settled their differences, and Blood Bowl here is the result of their newfound friendship. The game features eight teams of fantasy football players - humans, orcs, dwarves, lizardmen, skaven,…