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Grimm: Dark Legacy

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Grimm: Dark Legacy is a tale of deep, dark exploration, hunger, and blood thirsty combat in a medieval setting.

You play the ancestors of the Grimm. Your story takes place inside the Wesen journal featured in the hit NBC TV series.

Hunt, gather, craft, and form a ruthless band of Grimm to defeat humongous hordes of Wesen on your journey. Can you survive?Key Features:
  • Online Co-Operative Gameplay
    Build your own rag-tag team of up to 4 Grimm and work together to raid each country and deal out Grimm justice to the mayhem that lives there.

  • Offline Singleplayer
    Prefer to play full-rogue? Play offline without anything to hold you back!

  • Dark & Twisted World
    The beautiful game world is inhabited by a coterie of fauna and flora that you need to survive. Each of the 80+ mission areas spread across 10 countries are generated in real-time meaning there is no end to the unforgiving combinations of blueprints, Wesen, and other mysterious creatures out to get you.

  • Rogue-Lite Gameplay
    Collect loot and craft new gear to survive as long as possible. Death is inevitable, but it isn’t the end! Pass your knowledge on to the next generation of Grimm and continue your adventure!

  • The Wesen You Know
    All Wesen in the game are drawn directly from the TV show and are imbued with a range of powers that make hunting them a real challenge.
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Release date
Nov 2, 2016
Developer
Artplant
Publisher
GamesCo
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://www.grimmdarklegacy.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600 GT or ATI Radeon™ HD 4850 Minimum 512MB Dedicated Memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Any
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel i3 2.8Ghz Dual Core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 9600 GT or ATI Radeon™ HD 3870 Minimum 512MB Dedicated Memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Any
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Unfortunately, I only came across the Series "Grimm" Two Weeks ago and am absolutely thrilled with it. In addition to the Book via Amazon, of course, I also looked for a Game that gives me a "Grimm" feeling. Unfortunately, so far, 3rd Campaign map, it feels quite monotonous. I think You could have got a lot out of the Game in Collaboration with the Community. However, the Development has ceased. It is not even German Text available. :( I find The Crafting System Ok, but it doesn't tell me from the Stool. If it had been possible to wrap it in The direction of Diablo, then the Replay value mMn would be higher. BUT I still recommend this Game to everyone, as the Look and Gameplay offer a few Hours of Fun. With multiple (Offline, since Online is no longer available), the Game may be even more Fun than Alone.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
So if the Series Grimm finds really horny, then you find Solte to think about whether you Are Buying it. The Graphics stiel goes Comic 2D rather Than realism but that actually looks great. My Cretics during the duration of: First the Game does not play in Portland skirmised than in today's time that is a pity I know the Open World Games with a Story or after a Series are hard To Recreate but it is of course possible despite it being done in some Places Lightfully boring, for example, that you low through LVL for a long time without anything happening. I wonder about the Story and the Map something because the Story is based on the Map but if you want To craften Items, the thing is possible but funny because you then jump back in the Story and on the Map it remains all saved (the Progress) but I would have been more capable of a one-hour Local system decided. And it would also be pretty reversible. Otherwise you can only say that the Game Is Aimed at Grimm fans.
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Microsoft from Spain
When I bought it I thought it would be open world (as in the description), that there would be cooperative mode and I could play with my girlfriend and my friends Adventures of Grimm and the fairy tales... I played It for two hours, I was not even able to collect 25 pieces of wood, I stayed all the time with the initial weapon of a stick and only got the crossbow. I Didn't lose any time and all the time I thought maybe I was playing it wrong... I was hoping to find a place to make a base... or something to place my objects... Being brief:-Charging times are long, because you must always be connected. I Have 25Mb of connection and the game is slow to move from one load to another of scenarios. -The game is totally linear, is like a Nintendo Mario game where the same scenarios are repeated, only here are slight modifications. -There is No progression of the character. In every sense, the only thing that varies is the weapons, which as I mentioned above, I only got the stick, the bow and the crossbow. -Repetitive, it's just looking for resources all the time. However the maps have very few elements to recover. When I talk about that I was not able to get 25 pieces of wood... It's real. -Character personalization is null. When I bought it, it had 90% acceptance. I was hoping to see if I was in alpha mode or something... No. It's Not an alpha.
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