Adventure game. There will be no talking teapots or dancing armoirs in this tale! A ravenous, savage beast being quelled with the self-absorbed sacrifice by a pompous ass of his youngest, loveliest daughter is more probably of interest to Child Protective Services than a gentler soul - unless said soul might have an unhealthy fascination with Schadenfreude. Barring that, let us explore our tale a little more fully to discover what kinds of perverse justification might be at play.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
American McGee's Grimm: Beauty and the Beast is the amusing adventure game that features colorful graphics, diverse sound effects and suitable music. The levels are sized well and pretty multilayered for the series. There are some cool light-to-dark visual transformations and the colourful, twisted art direction represents itself through some wickedly cool environments. All of this seems to run smoother than usual to boot. To top it all off, there are some decent and slightly varied platforming sections.All in all, American McGee's Grimm: Beauty and the Beast is the worth-playing game that appeals to wide range of players, irrespective of age gender and skill level.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· All-new slants on beloved fairy tales
· Distinctive art style
· New episodes released weekly
· Repetitive music
Windows XP/Vista,Processor: Pentium 1.9 GHz,1 GB RAM,Free hard drive space: 400 MB,128MB VRAM
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