NCSoft’s Blade and Soul launched in Europe and North America

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The Story Mechanic Part Five: Mark and Mary Talk JRPGs

by Mark Bridleon August 31, 2012
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, a search for who is responsible. Read the full article at GodisaGeek.com.

Final Fantasy XIII-2: Time Travel Trailer

by Rik Wortmanon January 18, 2012
We're getting dizzy in time with Final Fantasy XIII-2.


Final Fantasy XIII-2 Gameplay Video: The Moogle

by Rik Wortmanon January 6, 2012
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The Book of Unwritten Tales Review

by Robin Parkeron October 19, 2011
Read the GodisaGeek.com review of The Book of Unwritten Tales from King Art Games, written by our very own Robin Parker, right here.

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Retail Edition of The Book of Unwritten Tales to Include Bonus Items

by Robin Parkeron October 4, 2011
Lace Mamba Global have now revealed that the forthcoming retail release of the critically-acclaimed point & click adventure game – The Book of Unwritten Tales – will be packaged with a selection of bonus items for gamers to look forward to. The game is due out on October 28th, and in the box you can […]

The Book of Unwritten Tales Preview

by Robin Parkeron September 21, 2011
The Book of Unwritten Tales was actually first released in 2009. King Art Games released the game in their native Germany and selected parts of Europe, to rave reviews. After winning many gaming awards, the game¬†went on to become the best-selling adventure game of 2009 – despite its limited release. The game has since been […]

Award-Winning German Adventure Games gets confirmed UK Release Date

by Robin Parkeron September 15, 2011
The Publishing compoany Lace Mamba Global has quickly built a reputation as a gaming company that supports the mainstream release of independently-developed Adventure Games. The point-and-click genre has gone through some tough times, but with companies such as Lace Mamba supporting it, the games are enjoying somewhat of a rennaisance. The company can now proudly […]