From Shadow of Mordor to Gears of War, most titles put the player in a gory spotlight atop a mountain of cooling bodies. The appeal is easily readable: who doesn't want a power trip every once in a while? However, the scores of beautifully rendered monsters begin to look drab as they fall at your feet and saving the world for the umpteenth time can feel like clocking out of work. Beneath these shiny sci-fi space operas, gritty grey military shooters, and frilly fantasy epics, there lies an alternative: a vast, dusty dungeon whose stale air mingles with the scent of death. This is the realm of RPGs past. For better or worse, this is Legend of Grimrock 2.