Game of Thrones S3 Blu-ray set review teases intriguing deleted scenes

The first review for the Game of Thrones: The Complete Third Season Blu-ray set is out, and we’ve got some very interesting tidbits about the bonus material. has released another of its amazing and thorough reviews, which indicates that HBO's season three Game of Thrones Blu-ray set is -- once again, and not surprisingly -- chock-full of ridiculously awesome content, among which are wonderful commentaries and deleted scenes.

Here’s a little taste of what we’ll find once we all get our greedy little hands on this newest Game of Thrones set (and that means, hopefully, no more of those dastardly I-want-to-throw-my-remote-through-the-window-hard-as-the-seven-bloody-hells-to-find hidden dragon eggs):

Deleted and Extended Scenes (Disc 5, HD, … minutes): Five scenes are available: "Jon Meets Mance," "Edmure, Robb and The Blackfish," "Tywin and Pycelle," "Small Council Discusses Wildling Threat" and "Jon Thinks About Escaping." Each one is well worth watching and could have easily been retained had time allowed. "Tywin and Pycelle" is particularly good ...

To whet your appetite, you can see the Tywin and Pycelle deleted scene below:

And if that wasn’t exciting enough, we're also getting for the third Blu-ray set in a row THIS:

Histories & Lore (Disc 5, HD): The third season's animated "Histories & Lore" videos -- specifically those pertaining to Westeros' history and mythology -- cover everything from the Battle of Qohor to the Vale. Segments include:
Old Ghis & Slaver's Bay (Jorah Mormont )
House Reed (Meera Reed)
House Bolton (Roose Bolton)
House Frey (Catelyn Stark)
House Tully (The Blackfish)
The Lord of Light (Thoros of Myr)
Wargs and the Sight (Bran Stark)
The Red Keep (King Joffrey)
Robert's Rebellion (Petyr Baelish and Lord Varys)
The North (Jon Snow)
The Reach (Margaery Tyrell)
The Riverlands (The Blackfish)
The Stormlands (Brienne of Tarth)
The Westerlands (Tywin Lannister)
The Vale (Petyr Baelish)

So, are you guys excited about the Blu-ray features? What are you looking forward to the most? Will it be a must-buy for you as it will be for us?

Game of Thrones: The Complete Third Season Blu-ray will be released on Feb. 18.

( via Winter Is Coming)

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