Edge: American McGee's Grimm Review

There is, unfortunately, little else to complicate proceedings, and though the twisted versions of the environments and their occupants continue to amuse, you quickly want for more powers and more elaborate platforming sections. Such things could well be delivered in later episodes, but on the form of the first three it's difficult to see many adults persisting with the series – while it's a well-worded and lively introduction to the many stories of the Brothers Grimm, the action is ultimately too plain to coax more world-weary gamers through what is otherwise little more than an interactive storybook.

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