Game of Thrones: Episode Six - The Ice Dragon for PlayStation 4
PS4

Game of Thrones: Episode Six - The Ice Dragon

Nov 17, 2015
8.30
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219th of 6137

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About this game

Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Your story is about to come to an epic conclusion. With House Whitehill tightening its grip on Ironrath at the behest of Ramsay Bolton, the remaining Forresters must give their all to save the family, whether through diplomacy, subterfuge, or violent force. In the frozen wilds beyond The Wall, Gared learns the secrets of the mysterious North Grove, and Mira discovers that political games in a King's Landing controlled by Cersei Lannister often involve the highest stakes of all. What is the fate of House Forrester? When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die. Your choices, your story: you decide.

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Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
7.15
Thomas EllaNov 20, 2015
Given Telltale’s past work on the series, it was hard to imagine that Episode Six would actually do right by that decision and manage to wrap the season up in a remotely satisfying way. Sure enough, huge chunks of Episode Six are just as middling as everything else in the season, and on a technical level, it’s even worse. Still, there’s bright spots throughout the episode, especially with Mira’s storyline, that prove enjoyable enough that players who have made it this far should finish it out.
Ryan MeitzlerNov 24, 2015
Despite some of the more uneven aspects of the series as a whole – its mixed visual style and its sometimes over reliance on recreating events similar to the original television series – “The Ice Dragon” proves to be a finale as satisfying as much as it is incredibly bloody and heartbreaking in many ways.
Graham BanasNov 21, 2015
Game of Thrones: Episode 6 – The Ice Dragon offers an alright ending to a slightly disappointing spin-off overall. We struggled to care about a lot of the deaths here, but the story moves along reasonably well and it sets up what we hope will prove a superior second season. It can't light a candle to some of Telltale's finer work, but it's never been outwardly bad.