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Submitted by Lucario 657d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: The Cave Review

DHGF: The Cave is one of those games that not only harkens back to the golden era of point and click adventure gaming, but highlights the best of what we can do in the modern age of gaming as well. The story is as deep and allegorical as it is witty and dark. The gameplay and puzzles are entertaining enough that anyone can enjoy what’s here without getting frustrated. There are two endings for each character and you’ll have to replay the game at least five times to see all that it has to offer. There’s not a single negative I can think of save that some people just don’t like the adventure game genre. Honestly, I will be shocked if this isn’t up for multiple awards come the end of the year; it’s THAT good. With only a fifteen dollar price tag, there’s absolutely no reason why you should be passing up on The Cave. (PC, PS3, The Cave, Wii U, Xbox 360) -

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