A Game of Thrones: Genesis
Fascinating fundamental mechanics that prize political maneuvers over action.
It's satisfying to pull off sneaky strategies.
Very interesting deception and diplomacy mechanics.
Good multiplayer skirmish mode.
Emphasizes deception over combat.
Tons of series backstory.
Potential for neat strategies.
Poor singleplayer campaign.
Combat is a mess.
Lacking interface and automation features that could have made it more fun.
Dull graphics, frustratingly unresponsive controls.
Incredibly slow pace.
By Strategy Informer on June 07, 2012
Wow, those last few episodes of Game of Thrones were fantastic right? Really gets you buzzed to go out there and play an excellent fantasy RPG featuring intrigue, betrayal, sex, murky morals, understandable villains, flawed heroes, and maybe a dragon....65
By Atomic MPC on November 24, 2011
We wouldn't play this if it was given away...35
By PC Gamer on November 14, 2011
When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die. There is no middle ground. This......62
By GameSpot on October 21, 2011
A Game of Thrones: Genesis lets down its bright ideas with a bungled campaign and unfulfilling battles....-
By NZGamer on October 20, 2011
What started of as a fantasy trilogy, and now spans 5 books (with a planned total of seven books in the series), 'A song of Ice and Fire' by George RR Martin is one of those series that sets itself as a benchmark for the genre. Full of intrigue...55
By Destructoid on October 15, 2011
Bearing no relation to the recent TV show, A Game of Thrones: Genesis delves into a world of politics and backstabbing, and puts less of an emphasis on the tired real-time strategy mechanics seen in so many licensed RTS titles. The world of A Song...45
By GamePro on October 15, 2011
An uninspired single-player campaign, terrible combat mechanics, and dated graphics make this real-time strategy game more a bizarre curiosity than a must-buy. There are two major problems with A Game of Thrones: Genesis. First, there is absolutely...50
By itreviews.com on October 15, 2011
What make the books and television show so compelling is sadly lacking in an occasionally ambitious, but ultimately dull, strategy game....40
By IGN Gear on October 14, 2011
An in-depth and innovative espionage system provides some clever ways to stick it to your rivals early-on, but micromanaging all of the game's diplomatic complexities grows cumbersome as encounters progress. A Game of Thrones: Genesis's sluggish...60
By PC Advisor on October 13, 2011
This odd, subterfuge-centric take on strategy grasps some of the underlying essence of the fantasy saga it's based on, but none of the character. Smart ideas are wasted on a drab, repetitive and fussy game....50