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BITT3R_G4M3R Jul 30, 2013 @ 4:46am
Has Anyone Ever Finished This Game?
Just to be honest this is the worse Double Fine Game I ever played (It's not the worse game in the world but I just wish more effort was put into this game), it doesn't have any replayability whatsoever, I was ok playing the game once (Before my bug issue) and then replaying the game is really annoying because of listening to the same dialogue again, the same humor & so many other cons, this game feels too rushed and that's what makes me even more disappointed about this game, I hate games that feel rushed (Idk how long this game was in development for but I hope Ron doesn't do puzzle sidescrollers ever again, this game is a mess but for my sanity I'll try to finish the game ) & that's just my honest opinion on this game after playing about 4 hours or more into this game (I had to restart the game alot)
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Cairn.L Jul 30, 2013 @ 6:19am 
I never play any game from Double Fine *I guess*, and I don't even know who is Ron until I play The Cave.
However, I do know that I really enjoy playing the game. Especially the characters in this game, they are lovely.
BITT3R_G4M3R Jul 30, 2013 @ 6:21am 
@Cairn I already played most of Double Fine's games (I enjoyed Stacking, Psychonauts, Brutal Legend & Costume Quest was an ok game too, I'm going to get Monkey Island to see if the that game is more fun & find any more games made by Double Fine) but I just don't find The Cave fun
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Cairn.L Jul 30, 2013 @ 6:53am 
Well, there are games that you like and games that you don't like, fair enough.
Monkey Island is one of the best Adventure game ever make. Good luck and I hope you'll like it.
BITT3R_G4M3R Jul 30, 2013 @ 6:55am 
I hope I'll enjoy this Monkey Island game too, I keep hearing that it's awesome, a cult classic & other good things
Guides for Games [Catherine] Jul 30, 2013 @ 10:09am 
yes, i have finished it. I can see your frustration though. that's why some people buy one big expensive, quality, game like bioshock or something. Or you could just keep plugging away. it's all good ^u^
BITT3R_G4M3R Jul 30, 2013 @ 10:20am 
@TheVhampster I just don't understand the thoughts of Ron Gilbert like most of Double Fine's games are ok or really good like for ex. Psychonauts (Very Awesome Game) but The Cave wasn't good at all (I don't want to be too harsh about it, I do give it credit for a few good ideas)
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That Warm, Fuzzy Feeling Jul 30, 2013 @ 6:50pm 
I enjoyed it quite a bit. Especially after the trainwreck that was Brutal Legend.
BITT3R_G4M3R Jul 30, 2013 @ 7:29pm 
@ThatWarm Brutal Legend to me wasn't a trainwreck, it was the perfect metal tribute game (I'm a metal head) & that game (Also guitar hero, The RockSmith games & other rock related games) is better than todays' music so I hope Double Fine makes money to make a sequel to it because metal & rock are dying (Nobody wants to listen to rock anymore only the new music which isn't even catchy at all well except for some new music)
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Guides for Games [Catherine] Jul 30, 2013 @ 11:21pm 
Originally posted by R4D_GUY:
@TheVhampster I just don't understand the thoughts of Ron Gilbert like most of Double Fine's games are ok or really good like for ex. Psychonauts (Very Awesome Game) but The Cave wasn't good at all (I don't want to be too harsh about it, I do give it credit for a few good ideas)
I haven't played any other Double Fine games, so I'm not sure about Psychonauts and stuff, but honestly, the intro to The Cave was a bit lacking. It's really something that requires other knowledge of philosophy to appreciate. And as a game, it lacks replay value. This game would really benefit from alternate endings (which I think are cheesy, but it might help the profit margin, just a thought)
BITT3R_G4M3R Jul 31, 2013 @ 4:09am 
@TheVhampster yeah The Cave would've been good but to me this game didn't get much treatment and love (Ron Gilbert had that game idea for 20 years & to me it was wasted effort, I heard from an interview about it I think), I also strongly agree that this game lacks replayability because of doing the same ♥♥♥♥ again & listening to the same bland humor
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ReverendTed Jul 31, 2013 @ 8:35pm 
Originally posted by The Vhampster:
This game would really benefit from alternate endings (which I think are cheesy, but it might help the profit margin, just a thought)
There ARE alternate endings, or were you thinking of something more substantial?
Mad Mike Marsbergen Aug 1, 2013 @ 1:17pm 
I loved the game. Then again, I love everything Ron Gilbert puts out.
BITT3R_G4M3R Aug 1, 2013 @ 3:39pm 
@Milton Well mostly anything Double Fine makes is usually really good or ok but I just simply didn't enjoy The Cave
Frank Aug 2, 2013 @ 10:23am 
Yeah, i regret having bought it, quite flat, uninteresting, you just go through the motions, nothing else to it.
BITT3R_G4M3R Aug 2, 2013 @ 10:40am 
@Frank yeah just a really bland game (At 1st the game is interesting but this game lacks replayablility even though the game encourages it)
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