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Submitted by Kayant 495d ago | review

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood Review - He Ain't Heavy | TheEscapist

TheEscapist :

"Thanks to a new art style, a different set of gameplay conceits, and a fairly nondescript protagonist name, it's easy to forget that Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is the second game in a series.

Max & the Magic Marker was released three years ago, a puzzle-platformer in which players used the titular marker to draw objects and help their flame-haired hero through a variety of environments. The Curse of Brotherhood pays vague tribute to the original, but it could easily have been a brand new title." (Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, Xbox One) 3/5

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