American McGee's Grimm: A Boy Learns What Fear Is

American McGee's Grimm: A Boy Learns What Fear Is

A bad boy who’s had enough... he wants more passion, madness, revenge
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Grimm is sick of happy endings, bloodless romances, blind obedience, insipid weddings, unearned wealth, unmerited praise, and undeserved good fortune. He’s had enough! And, like every bad boy who’s had enough... he wants more. More passion, madness, revenge - and misery. More darkness, and more difference.
This first installment of American McGee's Grimm, you are introduced to a character of the most inspid sort - a chap who claims not only to not understand fear but seems to use this enforced ignorance as an excuse to flagrantly flaunt his complete disregard for the well-being of himself and others. And what special kind of mental density is required to attain this level of brutal callousness? You'll just have to come along with Grimm to find out.

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