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Submitted by s8anicslayer 462d ago | review

Max: The Curse Of Brotherhood Review – Sketchy Action | Metro

Microsoft has always had trouble with what one might call medium-core video games. It has the hardcore shooter end of the market sewn up and Kinect has opened the Xbox brand up to the casual gamers at the opposite end of the spectrum. But it’s only really indie games like this that have ever provided equivalents to Sony’s Ratchet & Clank or Sly Raccoon. (Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, Xbox One) 6/10

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