Game of Thrones Episode 4: Sons of Winter Review

Game of Thrones Episode 4

In the fourth episode of Telltale’s cinematic and intense series Game of Thrones, things take a different and interesting turn for House Forrester. Throughout the series so far, Forrester has been struggling to keep their house together. In this episode, House Forrester is quickly thrown into the middle of danger. Sons of Winter does a phenomenal job of going into the back stories of some of the characters from House Forrester. Throughout the episode, the characters are developed more, and this makes the weighty and difficult decisions even harder.

Game of Thrones Episode 4

Since it is the first episode in the second half of the show, the decisions become even harder to make as the players are faced with consequences that will carry heavy weight as the first season of Telltale’s epic show comes to an end. In Sons of Winter, Rodrik still stands strong against Gryff Whitehill. Also, Gareth has to deal with the consequences of what happened to him in Episode 3. The best parts of this episode revolve around the tough decisions and intense dialogue between characters. The banter between Rodrik and Whitehill is fantastic, and Asher’s combat sequences are perfectly executed. In Sons of Winter, tension starts to build as the season hits its halfway mark.

Game of Throne Episode 4 Review


Game of Thrones Episode 4: Sons of Winter builds tension for what is to come for House Forrester and keeps players on the edge of their seats with intense decision making and cutthroat action sequences. I can’t wait to see what happens next in Telltale’s Game of Thrones series. For all things Telltale Games, keep it here on NextGenerationGamer!


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