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Game of Thrones Episode 5: 'A Nest of Vipers' due next week on PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360

Game of Thrones may have recently completed its fifth season on HBO but Telltale Games's episodic game series based on the TV show is still going strong for people who need their fix. The developer has announced that Game of Thrones Episode 5: 'A Nest of Vipers', the latest chapter in the series, will debut on July 21 on the PC and July 22 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles.

Here's a quick description:

In this penultimate episode, the actions of every Forrester are vital to the survival of the house. Rodrik's alliance with House Glenmore, and his defiance of the Whitehills, has drawn the ire of an even greater threat: Ramsay Snow. Far across the Narrow Sea in Essos, with Meereen now a free city, Asher is close to securing the army he desperately needs to return home, and save his family. In King's Landing, Mira's activities at Tommen's coronation have not escaped the attention of Margaery Tyrell, and Cersei has realized that the handmaiden may prove useful in her political games. Finally, beyond the Wall, Gared's unlikely allies are reluctant to help in the search for the North Grove... but this far into the frozen wilds, Crows and Free Folk have a common enemy; and winter is coming.

Previous chapters in the series can still be purchased for $4.99 each.

Source: Telltale Games

11 Comments
  • Nice! Great series so far!
  • Boring
  • Exactly. I don't know why people are so excited about this.
  • It may be boring to some but others who haven't seen the show will find it interesting
  • Hardly. I find it interesting. The story lines are nowhere as good as the actual series but they've picked an interesting story nonetheless and it's fun playing a part in the world. All the other Telltale games are lackluster but this one is not too bad.
  • Agreed - it's just a bit of fun but the moral dilemmas make for an interesting game.
  • Are other languages available?
  • I've been a fan of telltales other series but not this one. Your choices mean less than ever and they're constantly pushing you to cower down to your enemies. If you do, bad things happen to you anyway. If you don't, the game will push and push and push you to change your mind. If you stay defiant, even worse things happen to you. Eventually you'll try as hard as you can to stray from the obvious direction telltale wants you to go. Not cause of the characters and story, but because you just want to stick it to telltale. I do regret getting this game. Ita their worst one yet.
  • Everything you have said I agree wholeheartedly.
  • Will they ever make a phone version?
  • I haven't even bothered with ep 4 yet, I would have been annoyed if I'd paid full price but I got it in the telltale bundle for bugger all. I am much preferring Tales from the Borderlands over GoT.