Telltale's Game of Thrones is a "multi-year, multi-title" deal with HBO
But will the games be all-wight?
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Telltale Games' episodic take on Game of Thrones will be a "multi-year, multi-title" partnership with network HBO, the publisher has said in a press release.
The series was announced at the 2013 Spike VGX awards last weekend, with Telltale saying it will be "taking advantage of all the [series'] fiction" for the upcoming video game adaptation.
Specific platforms are yet to be announced for the title, which will begin its release in 2014.
Alongside Game of Thrones, Telltale is also working on a second season of The Walking Dead, A Wolf Among Us, and the just-announced Tales from the Borderlands.
For the rest of the Spike VGX announcements, check out GameSpot's round-up.
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