Game of Thrones Game hits PC This Month

Game of Thrones GenesisSeason One of Game of Thrones is over and Season Two is months away. But if you need your Game of Thrones fix you only have to wait until 29 September. That’s when Game of Thrones – Genesis the real-time strategy game hits the streets and you can rule the Seven Kingdoms!

”A Game of Thrones – Genesis”, the new strategy game developed for PC by Cyanide, today unveiled 5 new screenshots.

Faithful to the world imagined by George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones – Genesis emphasizes the backstabbing and political intrigues which are common in Westeros and the fight for the Iron Throne. Command the assassination of an opponent’s Great Lord, set up secret alliances, send a spy to take the place of the opponent’s unit, or harass his trade routes to weaken his economy. Treasons, espionage, kidnapping and ransoms… treachery is everywhere, so always watch your back!

It is also very possible, by cleverly using all the low blows the game allows you to use, to earn victory without ever entering an open war or recruiting any army. A real first in a real-time strategy game!

Of course, military approach is valid as well! Raise an army, besiege enemy villages and castles, force them to submit to your rule, and crush all resistance. You truly have all options at your disposal to achieve victory and reach the Iron Throne!

A Game of Thrones – Genesis will release for PC in retail and digital stores on September 29th

While you are waiting for the 29th to roll around enjoy the images and video below

Visit the official A Game of Thrones – Genesis site for all the latest news



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  1. GhostWolf says:

    No offense but the game looks bad. I am a fan of the books and the HBO series impressed me a ton, but this looks like a rush job with decade old graphics. I would have hoped for better now that there is some money and fame with the series