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Legend of Grimrock 2 gets an outdoorsy screen


11:15 AM on 03.26.2013
Legend of Grimrock 2 gets an outdoorsy screen photo



Human Head Studios has revealed a single screenshot for Legend of Grimrock 2. While that's normally cause to poke fun and be sarcastic, the outdoors nature of the shot is notable -- it's a far cry from the underground tunnels that made up the first game's world. 

Looks like Grimrock 2 will be quite an expansive departure, which ought to be interesting. This reminds me -- I really need to get back into the original before this sucker comes out. 

I'm so glad games like this can still exist.

Legend of Grimrock 2 first screen shows forest [ShackNews]

Legend of Grimrock 2 gets an outdoorsy screen photo







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