Emma Boyes over at GameSpot UK has put together a nice interview piece where we talk about Grimm, digital distribution, and life in Shanghai. From the article:
In 2006, McGee moved lock, stock, and barrel to Hong Kong and then on to Shanghai, where he set up his development studio Spicy Horse. From there, he and his team have been working on Grimm, a retelling of some of the best-known children’s fairy tales. Action adventure Grimm will be coming in 24 episodes, initially released for the PC on the GameTap digital distribution service and follow an episodic, TV-style format, complete with cliffhangers to keep gamers downloading. Fairy tales getting the McGee treatment will include Rapunzel, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, and Snow White. The first episode is due in spring 2008.
To read the full article and see a bit of exclusive Grimm art, head over to GameSpot UK.
One response to “Grimm on GameSpot UK”
Is there any chance that this game could be made for the xbox 360? Also, is there any chance Alice could make it to that platform? It would be great if these awesome games could be made available on platforms other than PC. They are spectacular. I would love to play Alice again, but I don’t have a computer that will work with it. They all have XP. Alice is genius and Grimm will be even better.