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The interview with designer Regis Robinson illuminates some more details of the gameplay, explaining the single-player focus on a linear campaign covering the breadth of Westerosi history in the last thousand years (from the time of Nymeria’s landing in Dorne) to Robert’s rebellion. One important aspect that Regis emphasizes is the fact that the game really isn’t about resource-production or warfare—it’s about political intrigue and subterfuge more than anything else.
Also of note, a new release estimate (at least, it’s new to us): Q4 2011.
The Westeros network consists of several different sites, including a forum and a wiki, for all your A Song of Ice and Fire needs.