Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey Remastered
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With oodles of charm, shockingly-addictive yet easily accessible gameplay, Letter Quest Remastered: Grimm's Journey is one of the best family-friendly puzzlers. It's G-R-E-A-T.
Letter Quest Remastered is definitely worth your time with an abundance of content and customization features, a sweet soundtrack and simple controls.
Letter Quest Remastered not only manages to successfully combine the wild pairing of Scrabble and RPGs, but also manages to make it incredibly fun.
All in all, Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey Remastered is worth your time and money. While the gameplay is simple and effective, the RPG and customization elements manage to offer an invigorating spin that will attract nearly any gamer.
Even if the gameplay might require some variety after a while, The Letter Quest is easily recommended to anyone who wants to try something that walks away from the norm.
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Though it may be initially enchanting, it won’t take long before Grimm’s spell wears off, leaving players wondering if getting some pizza is really worth all of the hassle.
Letter Quest Remaster is admittedly not going to bode well with every Wii U owner out there, but if you're seeking a title that channels the basic fun of classic tile games such as Scrabble, and at the same time has the potential to educate and entertain a wider audience, there is arguably no better game available on the eShop right now. Letter Quest is filled to the brim with content including a stack of levels, a long list of quests and achievements, and many unlocks to enjoy. By the time you complete Grimm's journey, you'll be a qualified wordsmith.
As a mobile to console transplant, Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey Remastered comes with predictable concessions, such as a basic visual style and a star based grading system. However, it's a decent breath of fresh air, which fans of both language and RPGs should enjoy.
Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey Remastered has some decent gameplay, but the game seems focused on little other than continuously grinding until you're bored of it.
Quite simply, there is more value to be found here than in many sixty dollar titles that line store shelves.