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Submitted by GoldenElf 587d ago | review

Review: The Cave (Wii U) - Aussie-Gamer.com

Brad Long at Aussie-Gamer.com writes: "A group of unlikely spelunkers wish to explore a mysterious talking mass of geography for personal and often devious intentions. What could possibly to wrong in The Cave?"

The Lost Vikings and Maniac Mansion are two games from yesteryear, both with massive cult followings. One is a plat former, the other a point-and-click adventure game, both rely on the usage of three separately controlled characters to solve riddles in order to get through the game."

Fast forward to 2013, and we see the latest game from Ron Gilbert and Double Fine, The Cave. The Cave attempts to combine elements from both games to create a fresh experience, do they succeed?
Read on to find out." (The Cave, Wii U) 3/5

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