Big Download: American McGee's Grimm: The Pied Piper Review

The fables detailed in American McGee's Grimm can be divided into two camps: the ones everybody knows, and the ones with which only a few may be familiar. The former type is enjoyable due to arkening your favorite (or least favorite) characters with Grimm's pestilence, and the latter is enjoyable due to learning a new story. But the problem with all Grimm episodes regardless of their respective camps is that no matter new or old, each episode unfolds in almost exactly the same way. You watch the fairy tale unfold in one theater, then play through roughly six stages connecting the dots to a fairy tale you just observed, and then watch a dark theater that, in essence, provides a replay of everything you just finished doing.

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