Game of Thrones: Conquest™
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Developer: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Westeros is at war. Great houses clash, dragons rule the sky, and the army of the dead threatens the realm. Live out your fantasy and join the war. Build your house and raise your army as you navigate a dangerous political landscape. Based on the award winning HBO series, Game of Thrones: Conquest allows players to become a Lord in Westeros and define a strategy for conquering the Seven Kingdoms. Winter is here and your enemy’s army will not wait to clash swords. Wage war and join the battle today to capture the Iron Throne!
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That’s a phrase that can continue throughout Game of Thrones: Conquest. Sure, you can ‘capture’ iconic locations eventually but it’s all a cynical way of making you feel like you’re truly part of Game of Thrones. Instead, this is a retread of an overly familiar concept. You’ll regularly be asked to spend money on starter packs or other forms of currency, all in a bid to make you more invested in the experience.
Game of Thrones: Conquest is a mobile strategy game that lets you build your own house and army. In the process, you will need to keep your house safe as well focus on keeping your warriors trained and active. Besides, just like the TV series, you will need to forge alliances, expand your empire and make strategic moves. This app is free to download but comes with some in-app purchases. For example, a starter pack that includes a 2-hour peace shield, second builder along with a stock of food and wood will cost you somewhere between Rs 65 and Rs 85. If you are a fan of this HBO series, this is your perfect game, and it's available for mobile platforms Android and iOS.
Overall, Game of Thrones: Conquest feels like a missed opportunity. Even with such an enormous IP to work with, all that came out of it was a lacklustre version of a game you've already played. It does absolutely nothing new with the strategy genre, and even generous time skips and early rewards won't be enough to keep you invested for long. If you're already playing Game of War or a similar title, there's no reason to jump ship. If you're not and want to get into it, this probably isn't the place to start.