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Submitted by rbailey 445d ago | review

The Cave Review – A Trip To Nowhere I TheKoalition.com

Edward Velazquez of TheKoalition.com writes:
A talking cave, a set of odd characters like a time traveler and a hillbilly, and puzzles that will have you scratching your head for a while. This is what you get in Double Fine’s latest game, The Cave. The idea was first conceived in the mind of Ron Gilbert, the man behind Monkey Island and more recently Deathspank, nearly twenty years ago. With the level of talent Double Fine and Ron Gilbert bring to the table, I was surprised at how much I ended up disliking The Cave. (PC, PS3, The Cave, Wii U, Xbox 360) 67/100

htownplaya  +   445d ago
great review
Killakap  +   445d ago
still checking for it

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