Video: The opening credits for Game of Thrones is such a fantastic sequence in that it lays out the map of the Seven Kingdoms and does so in a board game-esque fashion. You gain a sense of distance and try and understand each location's importance, but it all happens so fast that you don't really get to explore. Well, here's a 360-degree view of the opening credits from HBO. You hit play and you can swirl all around the land. It's not quite like being VR-dropped inside a real Westeros, but it's still a lot of fun to take a spin.
This 360-Degree View Of Game Of Thrones' Opening Credits Is Totally Awesome
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