Game of Thrones: Episode Four - Sons of Winter for Xbox One
Xbox One

Game of Thrones: Episode Four - Sons of Winter

May 27, 2015

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About this game

Developer: Telltale Games
Content Rating: Mature


In Episode 4, the fate of the scattered Forresters hangs in the balance, and no one allied with the family is safe. An unexpected meeting offers Rodrik a new opportunity to free Ironrath from its Whitehill stranglehold, but with young Ryon Forrester still held prisoner, his next moves are critical. Gared must abandon Castle Black and venture beyond the Wall in search of the mysterious North Grove, risking encounters with Wildlings and worse. In King's Landing, the population is reeling from a recent royal death, and Mira must step carefully in an increasingly complex game of politics where secrets are traded as currency. Far away in Essos, Asher infiltrates the slave city of Meereen at the behest of Daenerys Targaryen, but will the friendship he holds dear break under the strain of a mission that raises memories best forgotten?

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Angelo M. D'ArgenioMay 29, 2015
But the fact that everything I do just seems to be unwritten at the end of every episode, and not in any way that ever makes me triumph, takes me straight out of the action. I can’t get invested in this game, because I feel like I’m not doing anything. It might be fine watching Tyrion get put in shackles and carried off as a prisoner, but when the same thing happens to me, I keep wondering why I can’t fight back.
Andrew ReinerMay 28, 2015
Yes, the action input is still sadly lacking, but the cinematography capturing Asher and Beskha's motions is quite the spectacle, showing plenty of fancy neck slices and back stabs. ...Unlike previous episodes, Sons of Winter shows the good guys making progress. This feat will likely be short-lived in the end, but we have a little while to enjoy the feeling of “maybe there’s a chance.” Odds are episode five will rain fire and blood over the Forresters yet again.
Samit Sarkar and Ben KucheraJun 05, 2015
It's going to be fun to see how people feel who pick up the game when all the episodes are out and scream through the whole story in a day or two; the wait helps keep the tension high, and it allows you to really stretch out and feel the changes from episode to episode. It's interesting that this episode came out so close to the last episode of the show, which is one of the best in the series. Game of Thrones as a sort of meta-property is doing very well.