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Max the Curse of Brotherhood

 

 

SCORE: 76

Max the Curse of Brotherhood 

 

Max the Curse of Brotherhood takes Max & the Magic Marker and develops it. Max is annoyed by his brother. So he Giggles how to get rid of his brother on his laptop. He chants a magic spell and a giant hand takes his brother. Max immediately realizes his mistake and jumps in after him.

The first lesson Max the Curse of Brotherhood teaches us is what is in the Holy Bible -  to stay away from magic. From there we start to play an action adventure puzzle game. Think of Limbo, except Max the Curse of Brotherhood looks good, has color, and without all the blood and gore.

The puzzles in Max the Curse of Brotherhood involve interacting with the environment. Pressing the right trigger button on the controller brings up the ability to draw earth, vines, branches, water, and more. Max stands still while you are drawing. There are timed events where drawing occurs while Max is falling/flying through the air.

Players will die often and early in Max the Curse of Brotherhood. The continuation points are placed liberally through the levels. The chase levels in Max the Curse of Brotherhood are some of the most difficult since few mistakes can be made.

Near the beginning of Max the Curse of Brotherhood we run into an elderly lady who turns herself into the magic marker. She will talk to Max, and offer hints throughout the game. She gave me needed clues at just the right point in multiple areas.

Max the Curse of Brotherhood looks amazing. I appreciate how this home console game does not focus on the death scenes. Make a mistake, and its over with pretty quickly (usually). There are eyes all over this Xbox One game. Players can pull them out and they wither away. The main bad guy uses them to see what is going on.

My overall impressions of Max the Curse of Brotherhood are positive. The stealing souls, and changing into magical objects is a bit odd. The puzzle elements can be real brain teasers. Max the Curse of Brotherhood will make you think. I love the vine swinging points of this game. Max the Curse of Brotherhood contains some parkour elements that will challenge you.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 76%
Sound: 68%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 72%

System: Xbox One
Publisher: Microsoft Game Studio
Developer: Press Play
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone 10+
{Fantasy Violence, Mild Language}
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