American McGee’s Grimm is now available through Spicyworld. Originally released through Cartoon Networks GameTap service, the game consists of 23 episodes of demented fair tale shenanigans, where a dwarf named Grimm is hell-bent on turning sweet and wholesome sweet fairy tales into a nightmare. All episodes can be purchased through the Spicyworld portal for $1.30 each, $8 per volume, or $20 for the entire thing.
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American McGee has told Geek.com that the approval process for digitally distributing games through PlayStation Network and Xbox Live needs to evolve. Citing his recent stint into episodic gaming with Grimm, McGee feels that the game could easily make the transition to consoles if the process did not take so long. “The content could certainly […]