A Game Of Thrones - RPG Latest Updates
Humble Weekly Sale with Focus Home, offers Divinity II and Wargame
The latest Humble Weekly Sale is on with publisher Focus Home Interactive in the spotlight across the next seven days. Proceeds from the sales can go to American Red Cross and Child's Play. What's on offer? Cities XL Platinum, Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition, Divinity II: Developer's Cut, R.A.W. Realms of Ancient War, Confrontation and Game of Thrones.
Third week for Ubisoft's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier leading UK chart
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier from Ubisoft maintains its lofty 1st position in the UK all format chart for its third consecutive week. Max Payne 3 remains static as well in 2nd. FIFA 12 inches closers to the Rockstar action though, but remains 3rd. Battlefield 3 climbs 4th while Cyanide's Game of Thrones RPG debuts 6th. Dragon's Dogma falls back 12th.
Author George R.R. Martin "largely happy" with Cyanide's A Game of Thrones
The upcoming A Game of Thrones RPG from Cyanide Studios is said to be making A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin "largely happy" with how its turned out. The creator believes many fans will "share that feeling," while noting you can't please everyone. Martin had "creative input at many points" but plot and dialogue is Cyanide's.
Bigpoint developing A Game of Thrones MMO
Battlestar Galactica Online's Bigpoint has announced that A Game of Thrones is getting the MMO treatment via their proprietary Unity Engine, and launching via browsers. Artplant is aiding Bigpoint create the online experience of Westeros. Details about the MMO will be arriving next week at GDC which runs March 7-9. It's likely to be free-to-play.
Atlus announce "limited supplies" of art books for Game of Thrones RPG
Publisher Atlus has unveiled a pre-order bonus in the shape of an art book for Cyanide's upcoming Game of Thrones RPG. Select retailers offer the hardcover book of artworks. Supplies are limited so they advise fans get in pre-orders mighty quick. It's 64 colour-pages of "sketches, renders, photos, and screenshots" from developer Cyanide. It's out mid-May.