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Skyrim Game of Thrones Intro: A Video Game of Ice and Fire

by Conner Flynn
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By now you’ve probably heard the theme song and seen the intro to Game of Thrones a thousand times. If you really enjoy it, you’re going to love this version of the intro for Skyrim.

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Skyrim’s world layout and gameplay don’t have anything to do with George R. R. Martin’s epic books, but there are enough similarities to mash the two together into a neat new opening video called “Thrones.” Because why not? In fact, I would guess that more than half of Skyrim players have already read the books or watched the show. Check the intro out for yourself:

Skyrim fans will recognize recreations of each of the major game areas, portrayed as if they were the separate family-owned lands from Game of Thrones. Brady Wold, the creator of the video, says that it started off as a fun project to kill an afternoon, but soon turned into thousands of hours of work, using After Effects, Cinema 4D, Maya, Photoshop, Premiere, and ZBrush.

[via Geek]

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