Submitted by Games_R_Us 1032d ago | review

The Cave Review - Daily Joystick Podcasts

Ian Crane from DJ podcasts writes "Published by Sega,the titularly named Cave is the focal point of Double Fine productions newest game, featuring not just the talent of Time Schafer & Double Fine but reuniting Ron Gilbert, who brought you such gems as the original Sam and Max adventures and (Manic Mansion II:)Day of the Tentacle way back in 1993.

The Cave, 20 years later is as much a homage to those titles and the era of point and click as it is to other more contemporary titles like Little Big Planet and Trine" (The Cave, Xbox 360) 8/10

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