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Submitted by jasona1980 920d ago | review

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Review (ThisisXbox)

ThisisXbox: "Only once a year do we get to receive such masterpieces on the Xbox LIVE Arcade that make you feel all warm inside as you ponder down a path that tries to take hold of your senses and emotions, where something so bright and fuzzy could be dangerous and deceptive all at the same time. As cute and magical as the world within Brothers’ appears, not everything is quite as it seems and the journey that lies ahead is an art form of the trust between two siblings on the same path. The dark miserable undertone of death is present just about everywhere as the journey begins showing you the drowning of your mother, then the immediate sudden illness of your father who can only be saved with the Water of Life which then becomes the heart and soul of your determined journey." (Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Xbox 360) 9/10

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