RCMetalhead101 Nov 26, 2012 @ 2:38pm
Will I Like This Game?
I'm a hardcore fan of RPG's and Adventure games, and I've been playing RPG's and Adventure games since I was 6 years old. So I've played many RPG's from turn based, tactic based, and also open world based, but I've never seen nor played a game like Legend of Grimrock, so I have no experience what type of game this is, and now that it's on sale I'm really tempted to get it, but can anyone give me any opinions if a person like me will like this game? I will greatly appreciate it =)
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JesterDev Nov 26, 2012 @ 3:11pm 
I'm tempted also. It reminds me of Slayer and it's sequel (3DO console). There have been many Hack and Slash style RPGS of this style, but this one seems to add some really great animations and than some.
ƒudge Nov 26, 2012 @ 4:06pm 
So far I have been really enjoying the game. I don't play many RPGs as I don't like having to invest a long time to reap the rewards, however this has really taken a shine to me already. The levels feel like maze games, it feels like a maze with monsters and puzzels, really fun so far.
Viglus Nov 26, 2012 @ 6:04pm 
Yes! This is a great RPG. For the real experience play on Hard. I find myself playing over and finding completely new secrets I didn't discover my first few playthroughs and I also find myself just wanting to start another group cause there are so many different setups to your disposal makes for lots of replay value.
JesterDev Nov 26, 2012 @ 7:08pm 
Just bought the game, downloading now. Can't wait!
RCMetalhead101 Nov 26, 2012 @ 7:41pm 
I also bought the game because the temptation was really getting to me, and just from the starting set up of creating your group, I realized that I was going to really enjoy this game! I already put in 30 minutes in the game and I can say, yes I AM going to enjoy this game! =]
Savage.Dingo Nov 26, 2012 @ 8:20pm 
I remember an older game simliar to this, the way you move around the dungeons and run into monsters. Early 90's probably. Anyone have a clue?
Lavian Nov 26, 2012 @ 8:35pm 
Originally posted by Traogen:
I remember an older game simliar to this, the way you move around the dungeons and run into monsters. Early 90's probably. Anyone have a clue?
That describes a TON of RPGs from the 80s and early 90s. Wizardry 1 through 8, Arcana, Megami Tensei, Might and Magic, Eye of the Beholder, Pool of Radiance, etc. etc.

Grimrock is pretty clearly drawing influence from these retro-RPGs, and it's hard to pinpoint any single one.
GasTank Nov 26, 2012 @ 9:27pm 
I love this game. I'm also quite impressed with the dungeon editor that comes with it. It's so easy to use. They also got some lua type of scripting feature if you're into that stuff. These devs really know how to implement stuff right. For $3.74? Wow! is all I can say. Get some water instead of a large coke so you can get this gem :)
Hagis77 Nov 26, 2012 @ 10:42pm 
Originally posted by Traogen:
I remember an older game simliar to this, the way you move around the dungeons and run into monsters. Early 90's probably. Anyone have a clue?

It reminds me of Dungeon Master the most, one of the games I had a blast playing as a teenager. 75% Off I'm sold! ;)

-H
Androth Nov 26, 2012 @ 11:39pm 
this is an updated dungeon master, the 80's game that defined the standard for real-time rpg. if you haven't played that must-play classic, you can get the same experience with this game. the main mechanic difference seems to be that this is exp/level based while dungeonmaster was grind-based. by that i mean skills were raised by using them. in this game, you level up and decide which skills to raise based on a predetermined class.
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Thistlepower Nov 27, 2012 @ 1:05am 
Just bought and played, NOT dissapointed! :) Its really emmercive and it feels great!
Sublime Nov 27, 2012 @ 5:24am 
Well, I'll just say that I usually DON'T like RPGs (Fallout is pretty much the only exception), but I have to recommend Legend of Grimrock. I got it this sale, played it for nearly 2 hours and it's pretty damn good. I didn't think I'd like it at first, and I didn't until I figured out how it all works, but now I'm so glad I bought it. Go for it, ESPECIALLY if you like RPGs.
Myrdin90 Nov 27, 2012 @ 9:06am 
Hey, mongoose, if you liked Fallout 3 you should try Metro 2033 and STALKER, shadow of Chernobyl.
But yes, Legend of Grimrock is a GREAT game and if anyone is wondering it is a classic "Dungeoncrawl" game with a real-time combat twist. The end is CRAZY-PANTS!
Solitary Drake Nov 27, 2012 @ 11:46am 
I bought this game yesterday on a whim because it was at a very low sale price after retwatching the WTF is by Totalbiscuit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzIiXx-8BHc I was convinced I would enjoy it.

I've only spent about an hour with the game so far, but it is encredibly immersive due to the first-person camera and great aesthetic. If you even remotely like dungeon crawlers, and possibly if you don't judging by the posts above, you will enjoy this game.
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Sublime Nov 27, 2012 @ 1:45pm 
Originally posted by Myrdin90:
Hey, mongoose, if you liked Fallout 3 you should try Metro 2033 and STALKER, shadow of Chernobyl.
But yes, Legend of Grimrock is a GREAT game and if anyone is wondering it is a classic "Dungeoncrawl" game with a real-time combat twist. The end is CRAZY-PANTS!
I already finished Metro and it was okay. I also tried playing STALKER and didn't really enjoy it. It's probably supposed to be like that, but I found it slow, dull, depressive and I didn't like the mechanics of the game. Maybe I give it another chance someday.
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