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Submitted by Ewok 240d ago | review

American McGee’s Grimm Review | GameGrin

American McGee’s Grimm was originally released back in 2008 as the debut game of the ever-odd Shanghai-based Spicy Horse. It was only available from the short-lived French digital distribution company GameTap (which you’ll be forgiven for not remembering), so never really reached a mass audience. The Alice: Madness Returns developers have now re-released the game on Steam, which means anyone can pick up this ludicrous, inspired, but also flawed title. This is a classic American McGee game, it’s full to the brim with bizarre concepts and does little to hide its outlandish style and presentation. (American McGee's Grimm, PC) 7/10

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