Game of Thrones Trophy Guide

Game of Thrones Trophy Guide

Game of Thrones Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * Β As you might expect from a Telltale game, simply play through the story and the Platinum will unlock at the end.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Game of Thrones * 49 Telltale Games U.S. 34 12 2 0 0

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones 2014 by Telltale Games is an episodic point-and-click graphic adventure based on A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy George R.R. Martin, and their TV adapted series Game of Thrones by HBO. Players are able to move their characters around scenes, interact with objects and other characters, while making choices which influence future events in the story. The game is divided into six episodes, which in turn are separated into a series of chapters.

The game takes place from the end of the third season of the HBO program up until the beginning of the fifth season. Players control five members of the House Forrester who hail from Ironrath in northern Westeros and control the Ironwood forest.

Game of Thrones 2014 received positive reviews, with an overall average score of 74%,. It was praised for its faithfulness to the source material, as well as its storytelling, but criticized by some for its ending and lack of context for players unfamiliar with the Game of Thrones franchise.

If you're familiar with the Telltale games, then you'll know how easy the platinums normally are. And Game of Thrones is one of their easier titles, with no missable trophies. Simply play through the story, all six episodes, and you'll have the platinum unlocked at the end of the game.

Each episode takes around 2 hours to complete, so expect roughly 12 hours for the platinum.

NOTE: The Trophies on the PS3 version have a separate list than those on the PS4.

The game doesn't require any roadmap. Simply start it up and play through to the end. Each trophy is related to completing a chapter, as well as for completing each final chapter. There are no missable trophies to worry about, no collectibles to find, no special challenges you need to do. Making choices only affect the story, and not the trophies.

So sit back, and enjoy!