Before we get in the nitty-gritty of it, there’s a small technical stop we’ve got to do: Aesthetics, sound, optimization.
Game of Thrones features a nice watercolor aesthetic, which looks slightly bleaker than most other Telltale Games, the exception being The Walking Dead, which also uses a washed-out color platter, and even duller lighting. The game-series manages to capture the essence of the TV Show, with characters resembling their HBO counterparts, and locations managing to feel both evoking and familiar at the same time.
The voice-acting is good. It has some great moments, but for the most part it’s just acceptable. The TV-Show actors reprise their roles in the game series as well, and they manage to do a pretty good job, even though they’re relatively new to voice-acting. Even Peter Dinklage, who had a disappointing performance in Destiny, here he wasn’t half bad. It’s probably the quality of writing shining through as well.
As for the technical side of things. It’s a point and click adventure game made by Telltale. It obviously on any machine from 2007 till today, and it doesn’t have any fancy graphical options. It’s not demanding at all, and the frame-rate is consistent throughout.
Since this is technically a simple game, you can’t expect a very detailed options menu, having only High & Low graphical settings, the option to remap keybindings, Resolution & Full Screen / Windowed, not much else. Of course, with 60-70% of the game being dialogue or cut-scene, maybe graphical fidelity is not that important.