Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride Collector's Edition

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Brought to you by Artifex Mundi, the creators of the Enigmatis and Nightmares from the Deep series.

Within the shadow of an ancient forest, on the bottom of the foggy valley, stands the lonely village of Ravenbrook. Its perimeter is protected by the villagers' charms, but beyond the legends and the magic, the gloomy forests and wailing wind, lies a chasm so deep and feared, it is known by the villagers only as The Abyss. No one knows what lies within, but when a strange visitor arrives in Ravenbrook just before a young bride is kidnapped, the villagers find justification for their superstitions…

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Two bonus story chapters
  • Enhanced gameplay features
  • 30 Spirits of the Forest for your Faerie Meadow collection
  • The Book of Elusive Objects to give life to local legends
  • Achievements, wallpapers, soundtracks, concept art, and more!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 760 MB
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Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride Collector's Edition 4.4 5 73 73
FUN AND OH SO CUTE! I played the whole hour. there is morph's and fairy's to collect and a kitten to help.A bear has kidnapped your sister whom is about to become a bride.So of course she sets out to find and rescue her. Will wait til the next month starts to buy.try it and enjoy. February 27, 2014
GrimTales - Forsaken Bride Based on demo -- very good game. Beautiful graphics. Game is very logical and found items can be used. Interactive map is very helpful to get around. Good storyline. Definite buy for me. February 27, 2014
Legends Game It was very good and loved it. February 27, 2014
Good game Very good long game, beautifull graphic. November 18, 2014
Phantasmagorical I found this game to be Incredibly good! As a pagan, I've found most adventure games to be hostile to practitioners of the occult. It's nice to find game developers who do not use witches as target practice for homicidal Christians. November 10, 2014
I Liked It - A Lot! BASED ON DEMO FIRST IMPRESSIONS The intro is up close and personal, right in your face. It is melodramatic and straightaway you know this is going to be a supernatural game involving witches, demons and curses. Not to mention revenge. One thing I really liked from the beginning ? lots of people and activity going on around the locations. I get tired of empty, decrepit and filthy rooms. SIGHTS & SOUNDS This game has an eerie, spooky atmosphere, as opposed to scary spooky. The vibrant colours and cartoony graphics look good, and are clear and detailed. The music is superb, really setting the tone of the game, and I jumped more than once. A lot of voiceover, and well done. WHAT?S HAPPENING A ferocious bear attacks our carriage as we head towards our sister?s wedding. And things just keep getting worse! She introduces her fianc, and the next thing we know is she is dragged off by the bear, and we and her fianc must find and save her. That soon becomes a task that requires magic. We catch up with the bear and our sister Lilly, but then new dangers present themselves from an unexpected source. It is nice having a partner on our search, as well as helpful characters and a ?cute companion? kitten, who is helpful but also very naughty. MAKING PROGRESS There are not a lot of HOPs in this one. We have both FROGs (fragmented object game) and Progressive Silhouette (find & use) HOPs. There is the option to play a challenging domino game instead of some of the HOPs. I found it challenging, anyway, compared to your average domino games. There are some interesting and fun puzzles. Nothing too hard. More a case of entertainment than challenge. This can also be said about the adventure component. It was logical without being linear, and I rarely needed any help. There is an interactive jump map, that showed active tasks available, but it annoyed me. Seemed that every time I thought to consult it, there were no active tasks indicated ? just when you actually needed it! There is also a good journal, and a directional hint. CE BLING There are two collectibles available, each relevant and interesting. There are 30 spirits (faeries), and 28 ?elusive objects? (morphing), which decode a portion of the story book in the achievements section. The spirits are also presented in a book format, and both are quite difficult to find. There are two types of achievement as well, story achievements (13) presented in a book, and trophies (11) for performance achievements. Both continue in the bonus chapters. Yup. It is not a typo, there really are 2 bonus chapters, on top of the 7 chapters of the main story. There are also the standard gallery items, wallpapers (16), concept art (12), music (9), and cut scenes (17). There are 14 HOPs to replay. COMBINED IMPACT I really enjoyed this game. The overall quality is very good, the atmosphere is both creepy and curious, and the game play is set at about intermediate level for the puzzles. Just my size! *grin* February 27, 2014
Entertaining Game There really is nothing new about today?s game, nothing we haven?t already seen or played. Still, these types of HOPA games continue to thrill me and entertain me and unless developers come up with bright new ideas, it looks like we will continue to get similar game mechanics with differing storylines. Not that I am complaining, I enjoy playing games with enchanting storylines, strong visuals and sounds and the many extras that offer extra challenges to a game. Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride offers sharp graphics, beautifully drawn artwork enhanced by excellent sounds and effects along with well executed animation work. Visually the game has many merits and I love the ambient sounds in the background as did my cats at home; each time kitty on screen began to meow, my cats were up and about searching the room. Also, developers managed to use relatively good voice-overs and music that was non-distracting. Today?s story is about forsaken love, a curse and enchantments in a world filled with fairies and magic. On the eve of her wedding, your twin sister Lilly is kidnapped by a great bear who rides off with her on its back. You now set forth with Edward, her fianc and travel deep into the woods of Ravenbrook in search of her. There appears to be a tragic tale of love and betrayal that has paved the way to this event which is what you need to find out about and so your adventure begins. There are three levels of difficulty to choose from and as always, you have your extras which include Hidden object games and puzzles to play. Game tools include a journal, list of objectives, a map that does allow for travel, and your strategy guide that indicates that there are 7 chapters along with two bonus chapters to play. You game companion is a cute tabby kitten that purrs and meows to indicate that he can help retrieve items far from your reach and in this game, there are no items to buy for your kitty nor do you get to name him. Game mechanics offer the standard adventure game play which also includes fragmented hidden object scenes. While I am not a great fan of FROGs, I found that the items here were easy to locate. There was one other hidden object scene during the trial version which was finding the silhouettes of items so there are a variety of Hidden Object Scenes to play. There is also the option to switch to a game of dominoes whereby you need to place your domino which surprisingly I found more challenging to play and a lot more entertaining. As for mini-games, there seemed to be many of them, all different and all very well conceptualized and integrated into the story. I thought that the mini-games were much more interesting than the hidden object scenes, which seem to be fewer in comparison. As for the extras, you have your collectables, a set of fairies that are very well camouflaged and also morphing objects which are described as elusive objects. Each elusive object that is located decrypts the storybook that is located at the left bottom of your screen. There is also a list of achievements to earn along the way along with trophies as well. I really do have to applaud the developers who have brought us very good games in the pass and continue to do so with Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride. I enjoyed the overall game atmosphere enhanced by great sound effects, the storyline which can be enjoyed by players of all ages and the game mechanics that come in variations. Definitely not a game that will bore you but may be a bit too predictable for the hard-core player who is searching for a more challenging and mentally stimulating game. I do miss the dark themes and fairytale stories just become a bit too saccharine for my taste. However, that is not to say that I won?t be adding this to my collection after all, I enjoyed the mini games along with the game of dominos and will continue to torment my kitties at home with the sounds coming from my computer. February 27, 2014
Awesome animation! Afternoon, all. I always demo a game in casual mode to get the feel of the play, so here goes. Graphics were very nice, a bit fuzzy and somewhat faded color in places, but nice and didn't detract from the game. Game play was very good, no problems at all. Lots of voice overs that were well done. The animation was exceptional, not choppy, and very fluid. Best I've seen so far. Music was nice, and I usually turn it way down. There are a lot of achievements in this one, check out the list. The only thing I don't care for with achievements, is that when you are on a roll in the HOP, they stop the game to tell you that you found 5 items in 10 seconds, breaking your streak...wait until I'm done. HOGs can be switched to domino game, but I didn't care for that at all. HOGs are fragmented pieces, silhouettes and straight HOG, which is fun and keeps you from getting bored with the same stuff all the time. Items are not difficult to find. Puzzles are the usual and customary and not difficult either. SG is the standard format. There is a jump map, but it was not pleasing on the eyes...something about the way it was set up. I like everything placed on the map and identified properly, not running my cursor over the location to see what it is. Didn't seem to be a lot of returning to same locations multiple times, so didn't use it but a couple of times. Hint system is quite helpful and fills very quickly. You don't really need the SG for this one because of the hint system. You also have 28 elusive objects (morphing) that are not as easy to spot as you may think. These objects give you more insight into the story. Also included are 30 spirits, that look more like fairies. They blend in to the scenery very well, so you really have to look for them. This is not an especially challenging game, but the play and story flowed quite well. You also get a cute little kitty to help in high or tight places..made my Yorkie bark or growl every time it meowed. The game did not make me want to run right out and buy it and I'm not sure it is CE worthy. The only "extra" I want to pay for is a nice long bonus game. I will probably end up getting this one, but not today. I'll wait for a nice special instead. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may find this one to be exactly what you are looking for today. Thanks for the reviews. February 27, 2014
Pretty Good! I Really Enjoyed This! Artifex Mundi is one of my favourite developers, and this is near one of the best. I really enjoyed the demo (even though it seemed to take forever), and even though it was really interesting, I'm still not sure if I want to buy this or not. Artifex are known for their weird and wacky stories and this is no exception. The story was pretty interesting, mainly because it was different and because it was strange. I mean, a bear kidnaps a girl. How weird! The story starts off exciting, then dies down a little. But by the end of the demo, it becomes exciting again. The story includes a few cutscenes. More than usual, but not enough to annoy the living daylights out of me. The cutscenes were of a good length too. Of course, it wouldn't be Artifex without a completely unseen twist. The twist in question was good, but it left me confused. Why was it happening? Why is this character evil? What do they want? Usually, these questions are answered with this sort of twist, but in this one, they weren't. It kind of puts me off buying a little bit. As well as that, I have one other very small issue with the story. In the story, the town is called Ravenbrook. Artifex had a previous game in which the town was called Ravenwood. Can't they think of a better town name? Overall, I did enjoy the story. It was well thought out and executed well, but it did have a couple of flaws that prevented it from being brilliant. The gameplay was pretty good. The ratio of HOS and Puzzles was good too. The HOS were a mix of Fragmented Object scenes and Silhouette scenes. The HOS were good and fun to play, but in my opinion, there should have been less Fragmented Object scenes and more Junkpile scenes. I prefer junkpile scenes to FO scenes as I find them more fun to play. There aren't many HOS in the demo, so those who prefer adventure games and don't care much for HOS will like this one. The puzzles occur less frequently than the HOS, which I actually liked. I'm not a big fan of puzzles, so it was nice to have a bit less of them for a change. That being said, the puzzles were actually pretty good. They were fun and they were easy to solve, something that is rare for me. Thanks to the developers for making some puzzles that are not only fun, but solvable! In the game, you are given an animal in the form of an adorable little kitty! This kitty, although vocal, is really helpful. The little guy likes to explore and will help you out in any way he can. I really enjoyed using him and would even go as far as to say he is the best animal helper in any game (or maybe that's my soft spot for cats talking...). Other than that, I'd say this is pretty much your average HOPA. It's got all the basic features (diary excluded), so experienced players should have no trouble with the game. I'd also recommend this game for beginners. This is a pretty easy game to start out with. The graphics in this game are pretty good, as usual. They are excellently drawn, especially the character designs. The characters are very close to looking like real people. Everything in the game is clear and has such detail, it's a visual delight. The voice-overs are standard. I have no comment. FEATURES 3 modes of difficulty: Casual, Advanced and Hard. Differences are hint/skip charge times, sparkles, etc. I played Casual. Hint/skip- both recharge at a reasonable rate for the difficulty. The hint is helpful outside HOS. Map- the map is interactive and very helpful. It lets you know where you have a task to complete. Kitty- This is your animal helper, and as mentioned before, he is quite useful. I really enjoyed using him. CE EXCLUSIVES Built in Strategy Guide- great for puzzles. Pretty helpful. Bonus Chapter- Unsure if needed. Achievements- both gameplay and story based. Collectible illusive objects. Collectible fairy things. Re-watch cutscenes. Replay HOS Replay Puzzles Concept Art Music Wallpaper Overall, I thought this was a pretty enjoyable game, and I'm glad I played the trial. I'm still unsure if I want to buy it or not, but if I had to choose a version, I'd go with the SE. I highly recommend you download the trial! March 1, 2014
What Evil Lurks in the Depths of the Abyss? In the beginning cutscene we see a young, heartbroken woman who has been abandoned by her faithless lover and, in grief, she throws her ring into an abyss while cursing her suitor and his heartless kin. We see that the ring is caught by something sinister that dwells deep within the dark shadows of the abyss. Our adventure begins 25 years later as you are on your way to your twin sister?s wedding but you are waylaid by a bear that attacks your wagon. Shortly after you arrive at the village and greet your sister and her fianc misfortune strikes yet again as your sister is carried off into the forest by the same bear that attacked your carriage. The adventure begins as you join Edward to track the bear and find your sister. The graphics are very crisp and colorful with beautiful hand drawn artwork. The cutscenes are excellent and add a lot to the quality of the game. We have characters with lip-synced voiceovers but quite frankly I was rather tired of the constant, obvious comments from Edward pointing out what needed to be done. At the point where I didn?t think I could take any more of his comments I found myself alone and things improved. As far as the rest of the sound package is concerned I found that I enjoyed the background music and wonderful ambient sounds. Early in the game you meet up with a furry little kitten who becomes your helper. As you travel on your adventure you will acquire an interactive map and although the map is interactive, I didn?t find it very helpful. We also have a journal that keeps track of our objectives. The HOS during the demo are FROGS and the silhouette type where you must find an item and then use it to find another. Later in the game we may encounter the regular list type HOS but I didn't find that type in the demo. If you don?t want to complete the FROGS or look for items in the HOS you do have an option to play an interesting domino type game. During the demo I encountered far more puzzles than FROGS or HOS so I hope that continues. None of the puzzles were difficult but they were fun and added to the adventure. As far as the CE content is concerned we do have elusive (morphing) objects to find as well as achievements to earn and collectible spirit items to find. Along with those we also have two bonus chapters to play as well as the standard extras that we generally expect to find in a CE. Overall it seems like there are enough extras thrown in that Grim Legends is a fairly decent CE value. Overall Grim Legends the Forsaken Bride is a very good game and one that I wanted to continue playing when the demo ended. The storyline is interesting and I have to find out who or what is hidden in the depths of the abyss. As always I recommend that you try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy. February 27, 2014
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