Game of Thrones: Episode 2: The Lost Lords (PC/ENG/2015)
English | PC | 2015 | 3.006 GB
Genre: Point-and-click, graphic adventure
Game of Thrones Episode 2: Lost Lords moves quickly through its 90 minutes. We get a diverse set of color palettes and environments as we jump between existing locations Ironrath and King’s Landing and new ones, the conquered slaver city of Yunkai and The Wall. It’s eventful, alright, but it’s all pretty straightforward, and notably devoid of the duplicitousness and back-stabbing the HBO show is known for.
Asher Forrester is introduced as a cocky, swashbuckling sellsword. His scenes are almost pure banter with his sidekick, Beskha, and quick-time event action, so he’s given no decisions tougher than whether or not to kill a couple of people who just tried to kill him. He’s likable enough, but hopefully there’s more to him than this.
Meanwhile, a surprising new playable character arrives at Ironrath to pick up the story, and we get to see the Forrester family cope with their losses in some well-written scenes of grief and anger. There was some disappointment when I saw how little my choice of who to appoint as Ethan’s chief advisor actually mattered, though.
Gared Tuttle’s introduction to life in the Night’s Watch closely retreads Jon Snow’s story. Sure, it’s important to establish which of his two fellow recruits will be a friend and which will be an enemy, but it’s an obligatory and mostly dull episode for him. Quick-time event combat training and simple archery target practice don’t make this a better game. Even an appearance by Jon Snow himself does little to pick up the pace.
Mira Forrester remains the highlight of this series. She doesn’t match the tension of the first episode’s throneroom encounter with Cersei Lannister, but the choice of whether to betray Margaery’s Tyrell’s trust was the toughest one in Lost Lords. It’s notable that unlike most decisions in Telltale’s games, there’s no timer - I sat there and agonized over the pros and cons for a minute or two before making my decision. It’s those moments where Telltale achieves some of Game of Thrones’ shades of moral gray.
Other than that, I'm still waiting for the momentum to get going. Though there’s a murder plot, there’s not much of a mystery behind it. The Forresters’ struggle for control of the ironwood intensifies, but their quest for allies to help wrest it from the rival Lord Whitehill involves little by way of intrigue. And we’re no closer to learning the truth about the North Grove.
While the story of these likable new characters continues after the shocking events of the premiere, the second episode makes it feel like a false start by neglecting to advance the plot in interesting ways. To live up to its name, this Game of Thrones series is going to need more than unexpected deaths - it needs those deaths to be in service of keeping tantalizing secrets.
OS: Windows XP Service Pack 3
Processor: Core 2 Duo 2GHz or equivalent
Memory: 3 GB RAM
Graphics: ATI or NVIDIA card w/512 MB RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0
Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
Sound Card: Direct X 9.0c sound device
Additional Notes: Not Recommended for Intel integrated graphics
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2. Install the game
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