Catan is generally popular. With multiple elaborations and the continuous release of variants, Katan seems to be on its way to VR that no game has won this territory. It’s almost logical, almost underestimated, to meet the board game monster in a huge franchise, Game of Thrones, and in a Game of Thrones: Catan – The Brotherhood of the Watch.
Good news for Katan fans; This version of the game is still Catan with some fun minor additions, though the base game itself is playable. Less exciting for Game of Thrones fans, this may not be what you expect. No Lannisters, Stars, Targaryens, political intrigue or backstabbing – unless of course you count a traditional Catan, the thief, here covered by our favorite kiss-fire, Tormund. A Game of Thrones: Catan is fully concerned with the Wall, and the players are defending it against the Wildlings, who are trying to break up.