Grim Fandango Remastered Review

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How Difficult is It to Pitch a Zombie Game to the Cookie Monster?

by Robin Parkeron September 9, 2011
In a new teaser trailer for the upcoming Kinect game from Warner Brothers Interactive and Double Fine Games: Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, see legendary games designer Tim Schafer face his hardest audience yet, as he tries to sell a new Zombie game he has created to a very particular company executive. The trailer […]

Tales Of Monkey Island Special Editions Coming To UK Retail

by Robin Parkeron April 8, 2011
Lace Mamba Global, in association with Telltale Games can happily announce that the Premium and Collector’s Editions of episodic Adventure Game Tales of Monkey Island are now available in retail stores throughout the UK and Ireland. After being available to download from the Telltale Games website for some time, they are finally making their debut […]

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Tim Schafer To Bring Sesame Street To Kinect

by Robin Parkeron February 16, 2011
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? No? Well Tim Schafer knows the way. Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment have proudly announced that the characters of Sesame Street will be coming to your Xbox 360 console later this year for a Kinect-controlled adventure, and that the title Sesame Street: Once Upon A Monster will be […]

The God is a Geek Retro Corner: Tim Schafer Retrospective

by Robin Parkeron February 11, 2011
Tim Schafer is one of the most well-renowned creative minds in gaming today. When news leaks that his team of developers at DoubleFine Games are working on a new title, invariably discerning gamers will get ants in their pants in anticipation. From February 8th, their new puzzle title Stacking – produced in association with THQ – became […]

God is a Geek’s Top 10 Adventure Games

by Robin Parkeron December 13, 2010
When I think of Adventure Games, I’m thinking of point and click adventures. Text adventures. Games where quick reactions and fast reflexes are unimportant and mental acuity and puzzle-solving are king. Thought by many to be a dead artform for many years, the genre which used to be the biggest selling across home computers through […]