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Submitted by Wiiloveit 878d ago | review

Review: The Cave (darkzero)

"As soon as you start up The Cave and hear a deep voice speaking at you, only then to find out that it is the cave itself that is narrating, that is when you begin to realise you are in for a strange and amusing adventure within this bizarre entity. This game signals Ron Gilbert’s return to his adventure game roots after dabbling in the action-RPG genre with the DeathSpank series. While The Cave does not seem directly like those old point-and-click games, it is still an adventure game that is filled with puzzle solving that just happens to blend it with 2D platforming elements. But does it cross these two mechanics well?" (darkzero) (The Cave, Xbox 360) 7/10

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