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Submitted by AlmostApollo 794d ago | review

The Cave Review | Twinfinite

The Cave seems like an amazing idea on paper. It takes the character switching mechanics from adventure game classics like Maniac Mansion and wraps them in a beautiful pseudo-adventure game platformer. Helmed by Ron Gilbert, one of my favorite dudes in the industry, and backed by Double Fine’s outstanding art team, to say that I was “looking forward to” this game is a gross understatement. Does The Cave actually equal the sum of its parts or is this sanctum better left unsoiled by curious hands? Hit the jump to find out. - Tyler Humphrey of Twinfinite (PC, PS3, The Cave, Wii U, Xbox 360) 3/5

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