'Game of Thrones': George RR Martin Book Ending

'Game of Thrones': George RR Martin Book Ending

'Game of Thrones': George RR Martin Book Ending

Both games didn't exactly release to critical acclaim, so if Martin's new project is indeed related to the popular fantasy series, here's hoping it'll actually live up to its prestigious legacy.

In his blog post, Martin addresses the first time he met with the series creators, David Benioff, and D.B. Weiss. Though, they had some guidance from Martin's advice, fans revolted over the eighth and final season of the Emmy-winning series with almost 1.4 million signing a petition asking for a do-over as of Tuesday.

Ever since the GoT series finale aired on Sunday, a large chunk of the HBO show's fanbase has struggled to come to terms with the highly controversial and arguably disappointing ending. While George is already working on several projects after his successful run, he confirmed that one of the projects involves a video game. The Iron Throne, which has divided fans and critics alike, has a 4.4 score on IMDb, based on over 140,000 ratings, and a 48% score on RT - just 1% above the series-worst 47% score for episode five - based on 104 reviews. "If more pages and chapters and scenes are needed, I'll add them".

As for book six, "The Winds of Winter", well, he's still working on it. Martin dismissed wondering which one is the "true ending" as a "silly question".

In an Instagram Story, Jade took a screengrab of the offending shot and wrote: "When you literally no longer give a f*** about your audience". "How many children did Scarlett O'Hara have?" he concludes. "I won't say when, I've tried that before, only to burn you all and jinx myself... but I will finish it, and then will come 'A DREAM OF SPRING.'" So there you have it. Sort of".

At least one polling expert was stunned at how bad this showing was, with CNN's Harry Enten writing, "These numbers are about the worst I've seen for a non-scandal'd politician".

Gematsu's report also mentions that it will be announced at Microsoft's E3 conference, that it's been in development for three years, and that it's a collaboration between Martin and Hidetaka Miyazaki, with Bandai Namco publishing.

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