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1.8 stars 1.8/5 Stars Average score of 5 user reviews spread across 9 releases and 0 DLC

A Pathetically Bad Game 0

American McGee's Grimm is as pathetic and boring as professional games get. In short, the first edition of this game requires you to walk around using the mouse, while not interacting with other characters directly (all of which are sans personality), and then "buttstomp" an object once you have walked around enough. The highlights of the game are miscast voice acting, a terrible script, and kickers of lines such as "Don't delay, buttstomp away!". The very few moments of time I spent playing Gri...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

McGee's next attempt is free on GameTap 0

McGee's last title of Bad Day L.A. wasn't too well received, after winning coaster of the year award and getting a Metacritic score of under 3/10 it seems things can only get better.In Grimm you are tasked with changing fairy tails from their usual happily ever after to a far more twisted and grim version spread between 24 separate weekly episodes that'll supposodly last half a hour each, although the first episode timed in far closer to just 15-20 minutes of usual gameplay. Each episode will te...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Episode 1: Bugtastic 0

So I played through American McGee's Grim in a very short time during the free 24 hour period. It seemed to take about half-an-hour to beat the first episode. The game has a story element that starts the game off, where Grimm is the narrator and the townsfolk talk and such. However, during this segment the game's voice acting sound effects go up and down in volume, sometimes to the volume of a whisper and then suddenly the volume triples and you have to keep your hand on the volume button the en...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

American Mcgee creates an interesting universe with Grimm 0

The plot is you play as grimm [from brothers and grimm storys] and you turn nice child like stories into realistic and kind of depressing ones. The first one is called The Boy Who Went to Learn Fear and it takes about a half hour to beat but it also has leaderboards where it records your time and you can compare it to other people and try to beat their time later. The gameplay is kind of like  Katamari Damacy or something like that, the way it works is wherever you walk you turn the area around ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

FREE is good, since GRIMM is a one-trick-pony. 0

Do you enjoy watching brightly colored paper-craft game worlds transform into dark and bloody paper-craft game worlds? If so then this game is for you. The concept is only mildly interesting and the execution is sub-par. The gameplay consists of walking through the game wold, which automatically putrifies the immediate area surrounding Grimm and "butt-stomping" (double-jump here, you idiot!) when the gross-level is achieved for each zone of the mini-level. In case the enormous icon displaying ov...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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