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Submitted by Lavalamp 395d ago | preview

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood's puzzles hide a surprising difficulty | Polygon

Polygon: "Max: The Curse of Brotherhood's young protagonist and bright visuals might make it seem like a kid-friendly platformer, but its physics-based puzzles actually provide a surprising amount of challenge." (Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

XboxFun  +   395d ago
Another great exclusive for the 360 and One.

Will also get just to show my support!

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