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September 16th, 2011, 05:23
Originally Posted by Nerevarine View Post
This is true, and you're probably right, but just to play devil's advocate, perhaps Bethesda's involvement on a Game of Thrones title would have raised the recognition level of the property, as well as adding a fresh "mystique" factor for those that don't know much about Game of Thrones. Just as an example, the Fallout name has always carried a lot of weight among the "hardcore" RPG crowd, but it was hardly a widely recognized property before Bethesda made was 3.
I'm going to need proof as both games were huge hits in there time. I have to disagree.

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