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Good news, Game of Thrones fans: Episode 6 of Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series is now available. This is the final episode of the first season, which means that new fans like you can “binge play” the entire thing without an agonizing months-long wait between episodes!
Even better news: We’re giving away 25 digital copies of the game!
For your chance to win, all you have to do is log in to Wikia and answer this question in the comments below:
Check out the official rules here. Good luck!
P.S. If you’re not familiar with the Telltale Game Series, read on!
Wait, what exactly is the Telltale Game Series?
In short, it’s a video game. But don’t let that scare you off! This game has more in common with prestige TV than Call of Duty. You don’t need to know your way around an 8-button game controller, and you don’t need lightning-fast hand-eye coordination. All you need is a computer keyboard and the stomach to make some gut-wrenching decisions.
Because at the core of the Telltale Game Series is choice: Do you send a thief to the Wall or show him mercy? Do you save your uncle or your close companion? The decisions you make will have significant repercussions as the story plays out.
And that story contains all of the political intrigue, morally complex decision-marking, and emotionally mature drama you love from the Game of Thrones TV show. In fact, it’s set in the same universe, and offers alternative perspectives on some of the most notorious moments from the TV show. (Check out this handy infographic timeline we published last week for a fuller picture of how the game intersects with the show.)