Originally posted by hansen9jI am loving The Cave so far; I'm a sucker for puzzle games like this, and it's got a strong sense of humor as well.
If anyone else here actually has a Wii U, the free demo of The Cave is now available:
Wii U Retail (Tuesday) • nothing
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Originally posted by KJames199If anyone else here actually has a Wii U, the free demo of The Cave is now available.
Well, you definitely gotta get it now.
(My only fear with the Cave is the $17 price; I don't think I'm going to get the replay value that I do from a $5 iPad game. The demo would be a no-brainer, though, so test it out and see for yourself.)
(If I'm not the only Wii-U owner, of course.)
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A little love for the systems that didn't set the world on fire, but had some great games regardless: TurboGrafx/16: This system got hamstrung by two factors: arcade licenses (which were few and far between) and price issues.