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Submitted by PockyKing 789d ago | review

Review: The Cave | OnlySP

OnlySP writes: The Cave. The name alone conjures up notions of peering into the gaping maw of darkness and the unknown as it urges us to plumb its depths for the purpose of exploration and discovery. While that description may sound a bit melodramatic, that’s exactly what this seemingly charming adventure game is all about. However, spelunking and searching the depths of a cavern are nothing more than convenient circumstances that happen to accompany a greater, more existential motivation. You see, The Cave strives to be a more introspective journey of self-discovery that challenges your notions of right and wrong, morality, and general human decency. Needless to say, that’s an ambitious task for any title, even for one with the prestigious adventure game pedigree of Ron Gilbert (Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion) and Double Fine Productions (Psychonauts, Brutal Legend). (PC, PS3, The Cave, Xbox 360) 7/10

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