It's Halloween time over at Gameshark.com and it's finally time for me to cover a game that I've been putting off writing about for years. It's THE GOTHIC GAME, one of the best and most painfully obscure games you can possibly imagine. I first played it sometime around 1994-1995 when Frank Branham, whom I didn't really know at the time, spied me and my gothed-out friends and thought we might dig it. We did. I wouldn't play it again until almost a decade later when Robert Martin practically insisted we play it at every single gaming session. The good news is that the game is a blast, and if you have played it you either love it or you're a dirty spreadsheet-minded Eurogamer.