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Submitted by Cyrus365 2090d ago | review

ComputerGames: Tales of Monkey Island: Lair of the Leviathan Review

ComputerGames writes: "The symbol of castaways in the belly of a giant beast is one to be found in various works throughout history: starting out with the Bible (Jonah), going through 19th european literature (Pinocchio) or surreal japanese animations (Mind Game). It's a symbol of atonement, meditation and, as father Gregorian would say, integration into the absolute. There, in the obscurity of digestive organs belonging to a creature the size of China, you repent and it's said you can even find God and pals." (PC, Tales of Monkey Island: Lair of the Leviathan) 92/100

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