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"Ça capture tout ce qu'il y a de bon dans les jeux de rôle à l'ancienne."
4.5/5 – GameSpy
"Le mélange entre combats excitants, énigmes à vous tordre les méninges et exploration ouverte est démentiel."
8.5/10 – IGN
"Je ne sais plus combien de fois j'ai levé les poings au ciel et crié "OUI !" après avoir réussi à résoudre une énigme."
9.5/10 – Destructoid
"Sans aucun doute le meilleur jeu indépendant auquel j'ai joué depuis bien longtemps et à un prix très très raisonnable."
9/10 – Game Debate
"C'est sacrément bon."
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À propos de ce jeu

Legend of Grimrock est un jeu de rôle immersif se déroulant dans un donjon. De réalisation moderne, il possède une âme oldschool. Un groupe de prisonniers, condamnés à une mort certaine, est banni dans un lieu isolé : le Mont Grimrock. A l'insu de leurs ravisseurs, ils creusent la montagne et tombent sur des tunnels et des donjons conçus par une civilisation disparue. Si jamais ils veulent voir la lumière du jour à nouveau et recouvrir leur liberté, ce groupe devra former une équipe et traverser la montagne, étage par étage.

Le jeu ramène le défi oldchool avec de grands combats tactiques en temps réel et des mouvements selon une grille, des leviers et des secrets cachés comme des pièges mortels et d'horribles monstres à éviter. Legend of Grimrock mets l'accent sur les énigmes et l'exploration. Ainsi, l'esprit et la perception du joueur sont plus efficaces que la plus tranchante des épées. Et si vous êtes un vétéran attaché aux donjons intenses, à la recherche d'un plus grand défi, alors armez-vous d'une pile de papier à carreau et activez le mode oldschool qui enlève le luxe de la carte automatique ! Êtes-vous prêts à vous jeter dans l'aventure et à résoudre les mystères du Mont Grimrock ?

Caractéristiques clés:

  • Explorez un vaste réseau de tunnels anciens, Découvrez les secrets et trouvez un moyen de survivre dans le périlleux donjon du Mont Grimrock.
  • Lancez des sorts avec des sorts, fabriquez vos potions avec des herbes et battez des monstres meurtriers grâce à une grande variété d'armes.
  • Créez des parties avec quatre héros et personnalisez-les avec différentes races, classes, aptitudes et caractères.
  • Donjon de pur sang avec des déplacements basé sur une grille et des milliers de carrés remplis de leviers cachés, de plaques de pression, de murs glissants, de cristaux flottants, d'autels oubliés, de trappes et bien plus.
  • Comprend les bonus digital suivants : un manuel de jeu écrit avec attention, la carte du monde de Legend of Grimrock, une grille personnalisée, la musique thème de Grimrock, des illustrations des créatures de Grimrock et une photo de l'équipe du studio Almost Human.

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP Service Pack 3
    • Processeur : Intel double-cœur 2 GHz ou 2.8 GHz AMD
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : ATI Radeon X1600 ou NVIDIA GeForce 7600 ou meilleur (256Mo de mémoire vidéo ou plus. Doit être compatible avec Shader Model 3.0). Résolutions minimum supportées 1280x720 et 1024x768.
    • DirectX® : Version 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 1 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : Compatible avec DirectX 9.0c
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows Vista ou Windows 7
    • Processeur : Quad Core 2.66 GHz Intel ou 3.2 GHz AMD
    • Mémoire vive : 4 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte graphique supportant OpenGL 2.1 ou plus récent. ATI Radeon HD 2900 ou NVIDIA GeForce 8800 ou meilleur. (Shader Model 3.0 doit être supporté)
    • DirectX® : Version DirectX 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 1 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte son : DirectX 9.0c compatible
    Minimum
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) ou plus récent
    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 1 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : Carte vidéo supportant OpenGL 2.1 ou plus récent. (256 Mo de mémoire vidéo ou plus) Résolutions d'écran minimales supportées : 1280x720 et 1024x768
    Recommended
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) ou plus récent
    • Processeur : Intel Core i5
    • Mémoire vive : 4 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 1 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : ATI Radeon HD 2900 ou NVIDIA GeForce 8800 ou mieux (512 Mo de mémoire vidéo ou plus)
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13 personne(s) sur 13 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
34.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 5 janvier
I underestimated this game when it came out, but now I have to admit that playing Legend of Grimrock was an amazing experience. This is the first game in 15years that got me stuck on puzzles, it reminded me of the time when puzzle games where among the most played, and well made, games. For those of you who played games like "Eye of the Beholder", Legend of Grimrock will probably hit you in the feelings like a 1/2 ton truck.

***GAMEPLAY 9/10
The gameplay is really simple, you move as if you're on a grid one step at time (up,down,left,right and rotate 90° L or R)
You have 4 characters that move together in a square formation, so you have 2 on front and 2 at the back, note that this also mean that you have 2 on the left and 2 on the right, which might seem obvious, but will become a problem if you get sandwiched between monsters. The combat mechanic is simple, but challenging. Your front row can attack any monster with any weapon, the back row can only attack monsters with ranged/missile weapons, or with spells. You can only attack monsters that are facing you, but monsters can sneak on you and easily kill your back row, so beware of how you move when fighting more than one enemy.
When you are not killing enemies, you're probably trying to solve puzzles. This is the core of the game : how to reach the end of the dungeon. Your wits will be challenged, sometimes lightly, sometimes harder, sometimes you'll find the solution to a hard puzzle in no time and some other times you'll feel the king of all dumbs by realizing you had the solution under your nose for 1 hour, but you didn't see it... true story.
Why 9/10? I need to write this down. I'd normally give 8, game controls are good, game is challenging but not impossible, however, this +1 bonus comes from the fact that Legend of Grimrock resurrected the dungeon crawler mechanics that was abandoned long time ago. It demonstrates that old school can still kick asses.

***STORY 7/10
Story is almost a MacGuffin, it's there just to set things in motion and to give you a purpose. You're thrown into this prison/dungeon to die, but some weird voice in your dreams tells you that you can escape if you reach the lowest level... and so it begins. While descending the levels you'll find some scrolls that give you information about Mount Grimrock, which add a bit of lore to the game.
When you finally reach the lowest level ... well, you'll see. I enjoyed every single bit of the story, even though it's really simple.

***GRAPHICS 7/10
Graphic isn't great, but it's good enough. A bit more variety for what concerns the levels wouldn't have hurt, but I admit it's not necessary. I mean, Mount Grimrock is a prison and a prison isn't supposed to be about beautiful hallways and rooms, so it doesn't feel weird roaming 4 levels that look the same. No glitches whatsoever.

***SOUND 7/10
Game is almost silent, music is just a feeble echo in the background. The monsters grunts and steps are what you'll hear most of the time. When you play at harder difficulties it creates an effect on the player, hearing wierd noises behind walls and corner almost make you fear for the lives of your characters.

3) TL;DR
Overall score 7.5/10
Legend of Grimrock resurrects the dungeon crawler genre. If you are old enough to have played this kind of games before, you should buy this game, and even if you weren't old enough, and puzzle game are your thing, you won't get disappointed.
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8 personne(s) sur 8 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
62.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 28 mars
A lot of people who were PC gamers in the late 80s and early 90s have fond memories of dungeon crawlers like Dungeon Master and Eye of the Beholder. This game perfectly reboots the rustic subgenre that many veteran gamers remember all on a modern engine with many of the familiar quirks. Throughout the entirety of the game, you’ll be descending downward into the unknown with a party of four to solve puzzles that become increasingly complex and fight a variety of enemies. Opening the iron doors on each level and finding secrets is also critical if you want to find good gear.

If you're looking for a dungeon crawler RPG that will send you down a nostalgia trip, then you’ve come to the right place. Even as someone who never grew up playing these types of games I can say that my experience with this game has been wonderful. I’d suggest this game to anyone who is looking for a fun dungeon crawling experience that won’t break the bank.
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9 personne(s) sur 10 (90%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
23.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 avril
Well, I must say, this is much, much better than all that Skyrim ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. Old-school dungeon-grinding, with a bit of new-school twist.

For the record, I haven't played many games like this in, well, almost DECADES...so just to clarify, I'm not really up with what the kids are into these days, first person dungeon-wise (bar the aforementioned Elder Scrolls nonsense). I am pleased to note, however, that this is more than a mere "dungeon hack"...there's lots of puzzles and traps and/or interesting and strategic ways to fight and handle monsters, so it's already ten times more intelligent than, say, a Borderlands game (not that that's any great feat, but bear with me).

In case you're wondering how it all works, your party moves through the dungeon in a limited version of a first person perspective (you can only move forward, left, right, and back; then turn to face in a different direction, ninety degrees at a time) and the combat is half-way between a turn-based approach and a more real-time urgency. What this all adds up to, best as I can tell, is a bit of a best-of-both-worlds approach to dungeon-delving: That is to say, it's not TOO much of a game of reflexes and/or hand-eye coordination, but still has more moment-to-moment suspense and atmosphere than one could muster with a strictly turn-based situation. It also offers a nice middle ground between so-called "casual" gaming and something a bit more involved, not to mention a decent compromise between "lighter" fantasy elements and something a teensy weensy bit "darker"...so if it's a game with that kind of balance you're looking for, then by all means, step inside.

Me personally, I was in the market for a bit of a nostalgic dungeon crawl with some slightly spiffier, more modern graphics, and that's precisely what I got; so for the price of three bucks (on severe sale) I was well-chuffed. In all honesty, though, it's probably worth the full asking price even if you play it through just the once - it's certainly LONG enough! - and it furthermore has a fair dose of replayability, thanks to customisable characters and multiple difficulty levels and so forth. It's far from the Second Coming, and gets awfully grind-y at times, but it's pretty darn good for what it is. Know what you're signing up for, and chances are you won't be disappointed.

Verdict: 9/10.
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7 personne(s) sur 7 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 15 février
If you are scrolling through reviews of Grimrock and you are not sold, I doubt I can help you. Older gamers will enjoy a return the classic tile based games we played on PC back in the day, but nice and spiffy. Lovely soundtrack, great and sometimes frustrating gameplay. Unexpected final boss and great unlockables. Level editor included and Workshop support is good.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 17 février
Recently, I've played a bunch of puzzles games and a good friend told me to play Grimrock because of the puzzles... But to me, it was mostly the gameplay that I really liked about this one. I really loved fighting in this game. It started so slow. I wasn't even sure I was liking it at first, but after an hour or so. Bam. I was in. I was in it for good. Nothing else really interested me. All I wanted was to level up, gain abilities, gear my characters, kill more stuff, walk further, discover more secrets, and of course get confused by the puzzles.

Grimrock is a perfect example of a typical indie game that takes an old 90's (even maybe late 80's) gameplay design and redo it in our modern era. It is kind of a slow game. Every time you move is tile by tile and when you attack or so you click on the attack, do it on front of you, wait for the cooldown and repeat. But in the end, it's only like if it would be a turn based combat system, but sometimes, you can get a turn faster than your opponent. Also, it gets pretty hard. You can facetank the first level or 2 but the gameplay gets pretty crazy pretty fast. You discover new types of weapons and new monsters. You have to kite them in order to survive. They are hard. You have to act fast and think fast too. You are not always fighting in the same environment. It's a really great mechanic. Any limitations you may have, the monsters have them too. You have to learn their pattern, and execute yours.

There is just so much stuff to discover. The whole world is begging you to find the hidden stuff everywhere. You will have to face really hard puzzles just to keep going on the main tract. They always comes with clues, so it's really fair. But some of them are really obnoxious and if you are not in it for the puzzles, you might want to consider looking for a guide. Or maybe just relax and take notes for an hour or two because some of the puzzles really require you to do so.

It might be a good idea to look for character guides too before starting to play. The way you build and play your character really matters. Like you might completely ruin your run if you put stats in stuff you end up not using. The game gets pretty hard later. You have to have good gear and especially specialized characters. So if you consider playing, but you only have time for 1 playthrough. Do a bit of research, look out recommendations, and get the game because it is really fun to play.

I give it 8/10. I can't wait to play the second one !
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