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If you're thinking of buying this...
First ask yourself if you like dungeon crawlers. If so then this game is about as good as it gets. The only dungeon crawler I can think of that is better than this is Shining the Holy Ark for Sega Saturn. And Shining in the Darkness on Genesis come close but Grimrock is better. Even thogh the game is a huge maze you really shouldn't get lost too much assuming you use th emap and don't go hardcore mode with the pencil and graph paper. The game is very creepy and has a cool magic casting system. It can be annoying when you run low on food so use it sparingly. The thing about this game is that the puzzles can be incredibly hard, even when you know what to do sometimes it can be hard. But it's a dungeon crawler so mazes and re-checking your steps is expected.
Date Posted: Dec 27, 2012 @ 9:34pm