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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood makes it to PC and Xbox 360

Press Play's puzzle-platformer Max: The Curse of Brotherhood has only now released on Xbox 360 and Steam. My interest in the game has certainly dwindled since its Xbox One debut back in December, but there's a reason it's taken this lo...

 
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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is coming to the 360 in April

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood served as another great early exclusive in the Xbox One's lifecycle, but it's also heading to the 360 soon, Phil Spencer has confirmed. No price has been confirmed, but it'll arrive on the Xbox 360 on April 9th...

 
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Review: Max: The Curse of Brotherhood

As the eldest of three, there have been more than a few occasions in my life where I wished my siblings would just disappear. Whether it was from them breaking my things; disrupting my privacy; or as I grew older, the embarrassment they c...

 
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Max: Curse of Brotherhood should prove an endearing romp

I quite liked the first Max and the Magic Marker. It was a cute little 2D game that let me draw things and crush enemies with them. I was surprised to hear of a sequel, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, especially as one of the only smaller ...

 
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Xbox One gets Max: The Curse of Brotherhood tomorrow

The more I think back to what I've played of Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, the more I want to try the platformer again. To best it. The game was unexpectedly challenging in a good way. It's getting something of a surprise release for Xbox ...

 
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I want to marathon Max: The Curse of Brotherhood

I've heard a fair bit about Max: The Curse of Brotherhood this year. This spiritual successor to Max and the Magic Marker sounded great, but it somehow was just off my radar, lost in the shuffle among the new games and consoles we're consta...

 
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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood shows promise

A spiritual successor to Max and the Magic Marker, Press Play's Max: The Curse of Brotherhood was about what I expected in terms of platforming. While the handling is a bit loose, I will say the magical marker itself controlled better...

 
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Max: Curse of Brotherhood has doodling and platforming

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, the sequel to the puzzle platformer Max and the Magic Marker, had some gameplay footage to show off today at E3. After wishing his annoying sibling away, Max must embark on a doodling adventure to rescue...

 
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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood looks surprisingly great

I can't say I've ever bothered to play Max and the Magic Marker, but with a completely different art style, this Xbox Live Arcade-exclusive spiritual successor looks hard to resist. If you're into games like Trine, you should feel similarl...

 

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