Kevin of Xboxer360 writes, "Double Fine seems to have found a fairly comfortable position in the downloadable market. Their unique and far-flung ideas fit much easier as downloadable titles and have had better luck than their retail releases. This time, Tim Schafer's old cohort Ron Gilbert steps to the front to release a game that has spent a few years in the making (at least in Gilbert's head), how does it fair up?
A talking Cave has beckoned eight strangers (if you include both twins) into exploring its depths in the hope of finding their deepest desires. It almost acts like an episode of the Twilight Zone, as the interior of the Cave will change depending on which of the three main characters you decide to take with you. I'd rather not say any more for fear of giving away too much, but suffice to say that the humour on display here is some of the darkest, cruelest and funniest you'll have seen for a good while. A personal highlight being the ramblings of an old hermit and the desperate tone of the Twin's parents."