The finale to Telltale's Game of Thrones first season has been a long time coming. For months, we've been lying in wait for the moment when the Forresters would be able to exact their revenge, and stake the true claim to Ironrath. It's been an tumultuous journey to get to this point, to be sure, but no one person's story in Game of Thrones ever goes quite the way it was envisioned. In the past year, we've done everything we could to try and make sure the Forresters didn't meet a horrible fate, and to ensure things worked out for the family struck with incredible tragedies. But we forgot one crucial thing--there are no happy endings in Westeros.
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With the arrival of the penultimate episode of Telltale's Game of Thrones comes a rush of mixed feelings. I don't want things to be over, but I also want to bring some resolution to House Forrester. Whether or not the Forresters get the resolution they deserve I can't rightly say just yet, but nothing in Westeros comes without a price, for good or ill. For four episodes now, I've been guiding this family as best I can to ensure the safety and future of the Forrester name. It hasn't always gone the way I've wanted or imagined, but like any good installment of Game of Thrones, be it a chapter from the book or an episode of the show, there's a glimmer of hope off in the distance. Though this episode's pacing was a bit rushed, that horizon draws ever closer, and so does the final fate of the Forresters.
In 'A Nest of Vipers,' the penultimate episode of Telltale Games' Game of Thrones series, the members of House Forrester will be fighting for their survival.
Game of Thrones has no shortage of parodies, whether by its biggest battle sequences, most horrible deaths, or even just a good lip reading, but this take on the opening credits might be one of the best yet. See Super Mario World tackle Westeros in an epic mash-up of the Game of Thrones credits!
"Sons of Winter" makes you feel almost as if the Forresters might find a way out of the darkness. Which has us incredibly worried about their future.
Winter may have been coming for the past five years, but this new trailer for Game of Thrones: Episode Four certainly heats things up.
Two of our favorite fantasy franchises, Game of Thrones and The Legend of Zelda, collide in this Link to the Past-inspired mashup, 'Game of Hyrule.'
We're now officially halfway through Telltale's trip through Westeros, and the twists and turns show no signs of stopping.
This new trailer for Game of Thrones Episode 3: 'The Sword in the Darkness,' reminds us that everyone lives by the High Valyrian and Essos saying of "Valar Morghulis."
Daenerys Targaryen's biggest dragon is featured in Telltale Games' latest screenshots for Game of Thrones Episode Three, 'The Sword in the Darkness.'