The game is a side-scrolling 2D puzzle game; more a puzzle platformer than a point-and-click adventure game, but it seems like much more puzzle-based than action-centric. We watched the demonstrator solve a number of puzzles—in the first one, the hillbilly character had to get past a flesh-eating monster.Preview:http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/20...-game-for-segaAt the beginning of the game, players will choose three players, and will control only those three for the rest of the game. It's possible to play the game in single-player, Trine-style, switching between characters using the controller. It's also possible to play with up to two other different people locally.
Yay, someone else is finally interested.
The game looks fantastic. I am also surprised no one else has any interest.
hey i am interested.
it looks really nice and fun.
but it is not a new trailer
is it ?
i think i have seen it long time ago.
besides my backlog is killing me
and i am free like third week and i am still playing two games
uncharted:GA and Knytt:U
i start to think that there is something wrong with me
people seem to finish games in hours
and it seems to take me forever.
Oh sorry i thought it was the launch trailer they released today. I am also in a lull at the moment. I can't seem to start any new game. So freaking hot in my city at the moment. 35 degrees Celsius. I don't have energy to do anything.
GiantBomb quicklook with Ron Gilbert
The art is amazing.
GB Review of "The Cave" 3/5
http://www.giantbomb.com/the-cave/61-38390/reviews/Ron Gilbert's lightweight morality play offers up some cleverness and challenge, but never completely coheres into a memorable whole.
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