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Atlus USA doesn’t do things by halves. Yesterday saw the release of this trailer for Cyanide Studio‘s Game of Thrones: The Roleplaying Game (preorder: XBox, PS3), combined with heaps of new information coming out of Paris thanks to Focus Home Interactive (the European publisher)... but it turns out that Atlus had more up its sleeve.
First, here’s a trailer ocused on the Wall, and features James Cosmo as Lord Commander Mormont and some bloody action when wildlings attack:
But wait, there’s more!
The official Game of Thrones game website has gone live, and it’s a small trove of new information, including a short clip from a cutscene, character information (including revealing that Qhorin Halfhand is in the game—one wonders if they’ll adjust the character model to look more like Simon Armstrong), information on locations (for the Wall, these include Mole’s Town, the Gift, and the abandoned Night’s Watch castle of Icemark, while future location reveals are hinted at with links to Riverspring and Castlewood—original locations presumably connected to Alester Sarwyck’s storyline—and King’s Landing), a downloadable wallpaper, and more.
It’s nicely put together, and does rather whet the appetite for more information.
The Westeros network consists of several different sites, including a forum and a wiki, for all your A Song of Ice and Fire needs.