All Sorts of Weird Stuff offers news and information about George R.R. Martin, in particular about his A Song of Ice and Fire series.
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The following is the official press release from Cyanide concerning the acquisition of the A Song of Ice and Fire PC and video game license. We hope to have some more information soon.
Nanterre, France 12th May 2009
Cyanide, an independent video game studio, and George R. R. Martin today announced their partnership to create
the frst-ever video games inspired by the author’s award-winning, international bestselling ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’
Under the terms of the agreement, Cyanide has obtained the exclusive rights to develop ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ video
games for next-generation consoles and PC, and in collaboration with George R.R Martin, development has begun.
«We are all huge fans of ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’, so it is a true honour for our teams to be entrusted with creating
the frst video games inspired by this masterpiece» stated Patrick Pligersdorfer, Managing Director of Cyanide. «The
twists and turns of the plot will allow us to deliver an experience which can be enjoyed by both long-time fans as well
as gamers new to the series.»
Published most notably by Bantam Books in North America and Voyager Books in the United Kingdom, the ‘A Song
of Ice and Fire’ novels have been translated into more than twenty languages (including Chinese, Japanese, Korean
and Russian) and have been nominated for numerous prizes. Set in a world where nothing is simply black and white,
the rich web of characters makes it an ideal background for numerous genres of video games.
‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ has already been adapted into a card game and a board game. More recently, HBO acquired
the rights with the intent of turning the novels into a television series.
The Westeros network consists of several different sites, including a forum and a wiki, for all your A Song of Ice and Fire needs.