Soul Sacrifice, the macabre save-or-sacrifice game from Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, is getting an updated incarnation next year with Soul Sacrifice Delta. The game is getting new creatures, new magic, and interestingly enough, a "Grimm" new alignment in the good/evil spectrum.
Back in the summer of 2008, a game called American McGee's Grimm debuted on GameTap—an episodic action-adventure written by R. J. Berg, who also worked on American McGee's Alice. In the following one and a half year period, Grimm received 22 additional episodes. And now, it's on Steam Greenlight.
Grimm is a new iPhone game that has me wondering why I've never played a video game rendered in the aesthetic of the great, spooky aesthetic of legendary illustrator Edward Gorey before. Thank goodness I finally did, for one dollar.
Lots of video game comics hit comics shops in the U.S. this week. That includes an adaptation of one of the least-discussed Zelda games ever made: The Minish Cap. Plus, Sonic is back. Yes, Sonic comics!
This week, Kotaku brings you not only the current week's worth of new gaming-based comics hitting shops... but last week's too. Double the comics for no extra price.
Once Upon A Time, American McGee decided to create an episodic game based on fairy tales like Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk and Beauty and the Beast with a dark twist.
American McGee's Grimm has been somewhat of a mystery to me since it was announced. The concept sounded good, I mean anything based on Grimm's fairy tales always catches my interest. I had been anxious to see exactly what it was going to be like and today I got my chance. It was certainly different than what I…