Catch up on a ton of video coverage from Spike’s VGX show.
The series will debut in 2014 and show you what it’s like to live in the fictional land of Westeros.
Disruptor Beam discusses how it got the Games of Thrones license and what it’s like to work on a game tied to one of the biggest media phenomenons around.
One word from the fictional High Valyrian references a particular item from Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest.
Last night’s highly anticipated premiere of HBO’s Game of Thrones was downloaded by more than 160,000 people at the same time.
All week long, Comcast customers with an Xfinity TV account were granted access to full seasons of a slew of hit television shows — thus enabling viewers to embark on what’s known as binge watching (aka watching an entire season in a single sitting).
Game of Thrones director David Petrarca says that piracy is actually a good thing for his show — and you should agree with him.
The PlayStation 4 is the perfect chance for developers to start changing their depictions of minorities, who represent a considerable share of audiences.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes actually praised Netflix during today’s Q4 2012 earnings call, despite the streaming video service being a rival of his company’s premium cable network HBO.
Gamers with free time: Over 3,000 unique buildings crafted by hand, with interior decorations and more.
Variety reports that the new “HBO Nordic AB” service will be available in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland starting in mid-October. It will cost less than 10 euros a month.
If you’re looking forward to seeing someone have their skin ripped off or get dissected by barbed wire in 3D, Silent Hill: Revelation is probably your kind of movie.
Here are four ways developers plan on using SmartGlass, a software-based application that extends Xbox 360 gaming and viewing experiences onto smartphones and tablets.
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Telling a story is only part of making a game, and that’s where the Game of Thrones game falls down. This feels like a novella turned into a role-playing game against its will, which makes it tough to recommend, no matter how addicted to Ice and Fire a fan might be.
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Online gaming powerhouse Bigpoint is showing off scenes today from its upcoming online role-playing game based on HBO’s hit television show Game of Thrones.