Game of Thrones DVD Home Video ReviewWritten by Michael Siebenaler | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Game of Thrones DVD home video review – Toledo Free Press
Fans can now delve into the first 10-episdoe season of the popular HBO dark fantasy adventure series Game of Thrones on home video (DVD and Blu-ray) before the next 10-episode second season televises on HBO beginning April 1 then ending on June 3. The high production values, solid storylines, and strong characters with a cast featuring Sean Bean (Lord of the Rings) who also graces the cover of the DVD version as Eddard Stark. The Stark family becomes the focus as various dramatic scenarios as the supporting cast also includes Lena Headey (300) as Cersei and Peter Dinklage (Elf) as Tyrion, a dwarf character who commands attention in every time.
The DVD-version features character profiles, audio commentaries, various featurettes, and special hidden dragon eggs, similar to the popular “Easter egg” concept found in many home video titles where audiences can search for and interact to get special content. The Anatomy of an Episode – A Golden Crown featurette offers the familiar Maximum Movie Mode that provides an amazing in-depth experience ideal for every episode not just one. The Blu-ray version has exclusive content. Audio options on the DVD version include English, French, and Spanish tracks with subtitle options in English, French, Latin Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, complex Chinese, Thai, and Korean. Game of Thrones (****), is based on the first book in author George R.R. Martin’s sprawling fantasy saga A Song of Fire and Ice. Season one episodes are also available on mobile and a Games of Thrones game will release on May 15 on PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.