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Submitted by IDFinners 1084d ago | review

The Cave Review [Just Press Start]

Ian of Just Press Start writes:

"Having repeatedly plundered the depths of Ron Gilbert’s The Cave I have come to accept its message that desire can be a dangerous thing. Not through the actions and fates of its seven protagonists – though their tales certainly present this theme in darker, more interesting ways than one initially expects – but from how my excitement eroded into disappointment with each (damn near mandatory) additional playthrough." (PC, The Cave) -

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