50°
Submitted by rbailey 728d 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  +   728d ago
great review
Killakap  +   728d ago
still checking for it

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Eurogamer - Performance Analysis: Dying Light

10m ago - Eurogamer - With no chance to look at final code for Dying Light on any platform prior to its US... | PS4
30°

FIFA Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) – January 28th

51m ago - Each week EA Sports creates a FIFA Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) based on players in the... | PC
30°

Dying to play Dying Light? Get a Steam code for only £27.99

53m ago - Dealspwn reports: "Dying Light released this week with little fanfare and no reviews. Ours will c... | PC
30°

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 preview: kicking zombie butt with Barry Burton (PSU)

1h ago - PSU goes hands-on with Barry Burton's campaign in Resident Evil: Revelations 2, and also samples... | PC
Ad

SMITE World Championships LIVE January 9th to 11th

Now - You can watch the games and enter giveaways over at http://beta.cursevoice.com/smite-worlds | Promoted post
30°

Resident Evil HD REMASTER - A brilliantly done old-school game | Madnight GamesTech

2h ago - Matt delves into the newly released HD version of Resident Evil after having not played the origi... | PC