Game of Thrones S1 Ep2: The Lost Lords Review | Codec Moments

Matt at Codec Moments writes:

"The second instalment of the Games of Thrones Telltale Games series is upon us, putting you back in control of the Forrester clan in the thick of the events of series 4 of the TV series. The family is scattered across the world, times are looking dire, and there have been some tragic losses – but this is par for the course in the books. So where does it go next?"

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Game of Thrones – Episode 2: The Lost Lords Review (Game Freaks 365)

Game of Thrones got off to a solid start with Episode 1: Iron From Ice. Telltale’s six part episodic series follows a sub-plot of the overarching Game of Thrones television and book series, focusing on House Forrester, the former bannermen to House Stark. Episode 2: The Lost Lords picks up in Essos with the exiled Asher Forrester, who is now a sellsword making a deal with the Lost Legion. The transaction quickly goes south and Asher has to fight his way out of a sticky situation.

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Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series - Episodes 1 & 2 - Xbox 360 Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

Chalgyr's Game Room writes:

Back in the early 2000s (2002 or so?), my brother handed me a book he thought I would like. It was A Game of Thrones, the first book in George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series. At first, I was a caught a little off guard by the fact that the perspective shifted between characters every chapter, but once it got going, I was hooked. I immediately went out and got the next two in the series and joined the fans waiting for book 4…and 5…and now 6.


Game of Thrones Episode Two: The Lost Lords Review {Critically Sane}

Critically Sane: "Episode Two gets it all right. The narrative is fast paced, the scenes never linger too long, and aside from a couple instances of it reminding us that it is very much a game, this episode truly felt like an episode of Game of Thrones that we were in charge of. And personally, that is all I can ask for out of this series. If Telltale continues on this route for the next four episodes, I’ll be a very happy camper."

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