Max: The Curse of Brotherhood Reviews (Windows)
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3D Juegos (May 29, 2014)
Sin llegar a cotas de jugabilidad sobresalientes, esta aventura protagonizada por el pequeño Max enganchará a los amantes de este tipo de propuestas, las plataformas clásicas de desarrollo 2D. La inclusión del lápiz mágico añade una gracia especial al desarrollo, el cual resulta muy agradecido y ameno mientras dura.
3rd Strike (May 31, 2014)
At its core, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a platform game that uses several mechanics to complete various puzzles that seem impossible at first. However, some of the puzzles need to be executed so precisely that it will leave you frustrated. The storyline is fine but not something to get excited about. What will leave you stunned are the visuals in the game. Many of the cutscenes can come straight from an animated movie and the sceneries of every level are so incredibly detailed, from the foliage to the light rays. All in all, a must have for any fan of the puzzle platform genre that wants to have a family-friendly game for all ages.
GamesReviews (May 30, 2014)
Don’t expect the charming world of Max: The Curse of Brotherhood to wow you if you’re not already excited, but it definitely lives up to all expectations. The visuals are a nice reminder that a new era is on us – and that even PC gamers will be effected. A fun game, but perhaps one that’s worth picking up on sale or, inevitably, as part of a Humble Bundle.
Hooked Gamers (May 26, 2014)
On the Xbox One, a platform with very few games currently available, it makes perfect sense to play a game like Max. But on the PC, there is just too little to make it stand out.
Gaming Shogun (Jun 24, 2014)
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a game that was full of promise and excitement in the beginning, but ends up not keeping these promises all the way through to the end. Cursed with a shoddy story line and a frustrating game play mechanic, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood could have been so much better then it came out to be. The game is still solid and worth the time and money if you are interested in it, but I feel other games on the market have just done this job better.