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Submitted by FanboltGaming 635d ago | review

The Cave Review: Adventure Evolved | FanBolt

FanBolt writes: "Rob Gilbert is back, once again exhibiting his quirky style and humor in his latest outing, The Cave. Developed by Ron at Double Fine, SEGA is publishing this title, which is nice to see since it seems like something classic SEGA would do. This game in turn is an attempt at a new spin on the classic adventure genre, combining it with platformer." (PC, PS3, The Cave, Wii U, Xbox 360) 8/10

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