Telltale’s Game of Thrones finale release date and cast interview

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Telltale’s Game of Thrones final episode has been long anticipated by fans and now has a certain release date. In addition, a new interview with the cast of the game (those that also overlap in the show) talk about the unique experience each player can bring to the series and the rewarding experience in reprising their roles in a new format.

The Ice Dragon is set to release on November 17th along with the full retail copy featuring all 6 episodes. The retail copy is also available for preorder while the first episode is now available for free on all platforms (PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Mac, iOS, and Android).

In a new interview, Emilia Clarke, Natalie Dormer, and Iwan Rheon discuss bringing their characters to life in an immersive experience and further fleshing out Westeros:

Will you be playing when the finale is released? Let us know below!

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    1. I am poor and my House is in disarray – I will just have to watch someone else play it on Youtube (other streaming sites available)

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    2. Can’t wait for it! Just finished Tales from the Borderlands yesterday and I completly loved it, except the cliffhanger!!! Hate cliffhangers! 😛

      EP5 was a bit short not as good as the other 4, so I hope with this long wait, longest in TTG history fun fact here, they can finish the story in a strong way.

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    3. Even when only recording Ramsay’s voice, Iwan Rheon gets totally in character, crazy eyes and all, as if he’s filming a scene.

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    4. I’ll buy it for completion’s sake, but I can’t say I’ve particularly enjoyed it – it’s been OK.

      My fundamental issue with it is that it’s not really a game at all. The little fighting bits are OK but incredibly easy.

      The main concept of course is that the decisions you make will impact the story later on – fine, I like that idea. But as far as I can tell the decisions I’ve made have had absolutely no bearing on the fates of any of the characters. Of course that could all change in episode 6…. but by that point if you pay for a crap decision back in episode 2 well, it will just be frustrating.

      So I don’t see it as a game – I see it as a mildly diverting story that I’m watching to sate my GoT fix until the next season. But when I think that I’ve spent over £20 on that mildly diverting story… well I won’t be back for the next one, that’s for sure.

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    5. Ross,

      New to Telltalle? 😛
      Yeah the decisions rarely matter, there are some more towards the ending like you said, like the Rodrik/Asher choice, but overrall the story stays the same.

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    6. Asher’s gonna kick some Whitehill ass!

      Although I’ve been enjoying it so far, I gotta say, Telltale’s The Walking Dead series is much better than their GoT.

      The opposite of the TV shows haha.

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    7. Dolorous Edd,

      I just couldn’t give Griff the satisfaction of killing Rodrik, especially after I beat him really good.

      But like any self-respecting completionist would do, I have 2 saves with both choices!

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    8. I’ll be there, for sure. I’ve got some fundamental issues with Telltale (chief among them being that I really think they need a new engine, good lord) but it’s GoT and it’s pretty good.

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    9. Nice video !

      I watched Iwan’s dubbing moments quite a lot of time ! Sadly the game version of Ramsay didnt do these typical “menacing wide eyes” Iwan rocks so well !

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    10. Hey – any feedback on what age this game is appropriate for? Anything beyond the usual violence? It may be fun to play with my 12 year old… or maybe not?

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    11. Mihnea,

      Same here! Two files so I can play opposites! As soon as I finish one file, immediately start over with file two!
      It extends the playing time!
      I will absolutely be finishing this!
      (Bought the season pass for ps4)

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    12. Ross:
      I’ll buy it for completion’s sake, but I can’t say I’ve particularly enjoyed it – it’s been OK.

      Yeah… I agree. It’s very well made and the story / choices are quite well done but it’s not much of a game. I find myself just wanting to get through the episode by the halfway point.

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    13. Ross:
      I’ll buy it for completion’s sake, but I can’t say I’ve particularly enjoyed it – it’s been OK.

      My fundamental issue with it is that it’s not really a game at all. The little fighting bits are OK but incredibly easy.

      The main concept of course is that the decisions you make will impact the story later on – fine, I like that idea.But as far as I can tell the decisions I’ve made have had absolutely no bearing on the fates of any of the characters.Of course that could all change in episode 6…. but by that point if you pay for a crap decision back in episode 2 well, it will just be frustrating.

      So I don’t see it as a game – I see it as a mildly diverting story that I’m watching to sate my GoT fix until the next season.But when I think that I’ve spent over £20 on that mildly diverting story… well I won’t be back for the next one, that’s for sure.

      Dolorous Edd:
      Asher’s gonna kick some Whitehill ass!

      Although I’ve been enjoying it so far, I gotta say, Telltale’s The Walking Dead series is much better than their GoT.

      The opposite of the TV shows haha.

      That’s exactly the reason why I like GoT telltale more than TWD, which is in my opinion too interractive. There are several points where you have to control your character, talk to everyone, figure out, what to do next… and usually it is not even clear – I got stuck several times and had to look on Youtube to find a solution. In GoT I can pay more attention to story, because most of it lies in dialogue and not in actions. I’ve always seen GoT Telltale as some version of TV series, not as a game.

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    14. Great game, looking forward to it

      Will be good if they can make them larger and so allow for greater immersiveness and decisions that matter in time

      For the time being I appreciate they can only have minor differences in a small game

      But the whole thing has been really made thus far, from the background music to the drama and you can get invested in the characters etc

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    15. Nice video

      Iwan Rheon scares the crap out of me just with his facial expressions with the voice acting let alone the show

      Good they were able to get some of the show actors to promote the game as well

      Will say it is based on show canon, so the game creators have probably done the right thing in making it a few seasons behind so they don’t accidentally jump into ASOIF canon not being covered or alternatively covered in different order if the Riverrun leaks are anything to go by

      I predict a bittersweet ending, though perhaps they will be setting the stage for future editions of the game?

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    16. I’ve been thinking that the best way to adapt Aegon’s Conquest, Maegor’s reign or The Dance of the Dragons would be by a videogame. That way the budget for the dragons or the battles won’t be an issue, and the characters can be faithfully portrayed without having to find actors that look exactly like them.

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    17. Gord,

      There’s violence and language similar to what’s in the TV show, but I don’t recall much in the way of sexual content.

      If you’re cool with your 12-year-old seeing that, have at it. It’s no worse than most R-rated films, which kids will see despite their parents’ best efforts.

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    18. Gord,

      Theres no nudity, only 1 women wrapped in a sheat, there is nothing shown and this is also based on decisions you make.

      But there is violence, Ramsey flaying people, throats cut,…etc.

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    19. Davyth Stark,

      The episode is $5….$5…..if u have trouble coming up with that I feel for u. I can find $5 under the cushions in my couch. I’ll tell u what, if u have PayPal I’ll send u the $5. Lemme kno…

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