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Valar morghulis. Valar dohaeris. Valar excitedus. All men must die. All men must serve. All men must get excited for the first look trailer of TellTale’s upcoming Game of Thrones title.

You will play as members of House Forrester, a house that has briefly been mentioned by George R.R. Martin in one his books, but one that has not yet appeared in the HBO TV series adaptation.

House Forrester are sworn to House Glover, who are in turn sworn to House Stark, the one family that stood up to the Lannisters and paid dearly for it. They must now try to survive in a harsh world where there swords are outnumbered.

Over today, all thirteen members of the family were revealed by various publications, but Telltale Games have announced you will only get to play five of them in the game.

Despite only experiencing The Walking Dead via a series of YouTube videos, I have been excited for the Telltale adaptation since it’s announcement, mainly due to the fact that it looks to be the first decent video game adaptation of the series. The first episode of six will be released before the end of the year on PC, Mac, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and iOS. Sorry Android, maybe next time?

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