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Published on June 24th, 2011 | by Alex


>Game of Thrones: Genesis


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The critically and commercially acclaimed HBO series, based off George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice fantasy epic, is getting a PC exclusive real-time strategy (RTS) game. If while watching the show or reading the books you’ve ever wanted to fight off legions of foes to win the crown of the Seven Kingdoms and the hearts and minds of its people, this is your game. We’ll leave the prostitutes for the show, sadly. Short little article about it over at PCWorld, however I don’t recommend reading the text. I’ve never seen a writer more smug about NOT knowing his facts. Maybe that’s just me. Anyways, it has the most screenshots I could find (3)…actually, the guy that wrote this really pisses me off. He’s just so damn negative, even about what the game promises to deliver: Violent, economy based action filled with politics, diplomacy, murder and dragons. Sounds good to me.

Take Your First Look at A Game of Thrones: Genesis

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Title: Absentee Staff Member About: Alex is a proud Rhodes Scholar currently living in his vehicle, a 1993 Toyota Camry, so that he may be closer to the rhode. As an avid cinemagoer, often he will go for six or seven hours at a time playing air hockey with unattended minors in the arcade without ever actually seeing a film, before returning home to his Camry. On weekends he dresses himself up as a Little Sister from his favourite video game BioShock before attending Bear and Twink Conventions in search of his Big Daddy. Currently runs the KBMOD YouTube Channel.

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