- Publisher: Devolver Digital
- Release Date: Aug 7, 2020
In the shadow of the Wall, your watch begins. Eight thousand years before Jon Snow took the Black, the Night's Watch was formed to secure the Wall and defend the border of Westeros against the perils of the North, and all that lies beyond. Into these untamed wilds, sworn brothers and theirIn the shadow of the Wall, your watch begins. Eight thousand years before Jon Snow took the Black, the Night's Watch was formed to secure the Wall and defend the border of Westeros against the perils of the North, and all that lies beyond. Into these untamed wilds, sworn brothers and their allies set out on rangings to face the dangers that would threaten the realm. But the Wall is a blade that cuts both ways.
Guide the decisions of Lord Commanders through the seasons and mount expeditions beyond the Wall. As ravens travel to and from your expeditions in real time, their messages are delivered to you throughout your day. Respond with your command right away, or whenever you see fit.
Long is the history of the Night's Watch, and many are its stories forgotten. It's time the realm remembers them.… Expand
- Developer: Silly Studio
- Genre(s): Adventure, General
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
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- Available On: Apple Arcade
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Positive: 0 out of 3
Mixed: 2 out of 3
Negative: 1 out of 3
Aug 13, 2020There's really a good amount of charm in Game of Thrones: Tale of Crows, exploring one of the most intriguing parts of Martin's epic, but its narration is often a bit shallow and it seems that it doesn't fully exploit its potential.
Aug 11, 2020It took me one day to start forgetting to check in to the app to issue new commands. It’s never a good sign when a game that is meant to encourage a constant check-in has lost its audience within 24 hours… especially given that I’m a big-time fan of the property it’s based on. The presentation of Game of Thrones: Tale of Crows is gorgeous and I would love to see a more meaningful game do something with this aesthetic. If only because it would also mean that, finally, a developer has figured out how to do the franchise justice.
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Aug 13, 2020Tale of Crows isn’t the kind of game that will absorb you for hours at a time. You can’t binge it. But it occupies a nice space; it’s a distraction for a few minutes at a time, but it’s also something to think about during idle moments of the day. And like Reigns: Game of Thrones, it’s an unexpected yet fascinating way to explore the world of Game of Thrones. It’s probably the only time that fending off White Walkers will be soothing.