I don’t love Reigns or Game of Thrones all that much at this point, but Reigns: Game of Thrones combines the two properties in a way that—though simple—is surprisingly enjoyable. It’s fun to feel like you’re in control of Westeros, even if it’s only for a little bit before you meet some terrible demise. There’s enough clever things that Nerial does with George R.R. Martin’s fantasy universe that makes Reigns: Game of Thrones worth checking out if you have any affinity for the show or books.
It might look slight, but there are hours of schemes, conversations and grisly deaths tucked away in this game. Broadening your choice of rulers takes some time, and even the same situations play out differently when Tyrion is in charge rather than Sansa, especially when you’re playing in character. It’s great fun to step into the unenviable position of Ruler of the Seven Kingdoms, and a far more enjoyable way to pass the time until the HBO series’ conclusion than combing through the books again for clues.
Perfect for train rides or boring business meetings, Reigns: Game of Thrones is so much better than any other attempt to bring Game of Thrones to video games so far. This is principally because unlike the various attempts to make RPGs and strategy games out of the property, Reigns understands one thing with crystal clarity: Game of Thrones is about making brutal decisions, and then being brutalized for it. This game nails that theme perfectly.
Good job To return, always improving your games even repeating a little of the formula, showing that it gives to make a game of Game of Thrones to the simpler molds of Reigns and with several personages playable.
Um grande jogo, um grande momento e melhoria inédita na saga Reigns, que já vinha de um grande jogo como o primeiro, pecou um pouco no Her Majesty por ser muito parecido e com poucas evoluções, neste eles além de melhorarem tudo o que faltava, acrescentaram mais personagens para ser utilizado, ampliaram a história muito parecida com a original, além de ser bem fiel a serie, parabéns Devolver!
Reigns and Got umis perfect combination but it feels like the developers could put more effort in the game. In the beginning it's really interesting especially because we can play as different GOT'S characters but it becomes so repetitive that nothing holds you to play this game which is quite sad since the previous games from the series were really addictive
The game cant present a balanced gameplay between role-playing and challenge .
We are talking about GOT and cant play a GOT game without considering role-play .
Players cant decide to play the game for role-playing purpose and play as he or she likes to be in GOT World or spend the whole game for balancing 4 stats and make wrong decisions for wrong characters just to sit more on Iron Throne . Playing as Daenerys or Play for the reign challenge and maintain balance? i'm confused.
Just to be clear . GOT is a bad idea for a Reign Game .