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Submitted by GmP 564d ago | review

Max : The Curse of Brotherhood review GamesMediaPro

The latest downloadable title for Microsoft's Xbox One console comes to the fore today as we take a look at Max: The Curse of Brotherhood. Imagining on first glance that this was some kind of spin off platformer from Ubisoft as they stretch their Assassin's Creed tentacles out in all directions, ( doesn't it seem that no matter where you look, and on whatever platform and in whatever genre, that there is an Assassin's Creed title lurking behind the curtain waiting to spring out like a shadowy thief and run off with your wallet ), Max: TCoB leaps into action from the very get go with its brightly coloured animations and thoughtful level design. (Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, Xbox One) 9/10

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