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Winner of dozens of awards in 2013 including the DICE Award for Best Downloadable Game and BAFTA Award for Innovation, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a must for any discerning gamer.

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“"Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is an exquisitely told story set in a world overflowing with personality. It’s an immersive, emotional gem that’s not to be missed."”
4.5/5 – Adventure Gamers

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Hjælp to brødre på en episk eventyrsrejse fra den visionære, svenske filminstruktør, Josef Fares og den populære skaber Starbreeze Studios.

Styr begge brødre på én gang, mens du oplever co-op spil i single player mode som aldrig før.

En mand, der klynger sig til livet. Hans to sønner, der er desperate for at helbrede deres nødlidende far, står tilbage med kun én mulighed.
De skal ud på en rejse for at finde og bringe ""Livets vand"" tilbage. Og de er afhængige af hinanden for at overleve.
Den ene må være stærk, når den anden er svag, modig, når den anden er bange. De må være... Brødre.

Løs gåder, udforsk de forskellige lokaliteter og kæmp i boss-kampe, mens du styrer en bror med hver styrepind.


    • OS: Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz Dual Core Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 /ATI Radeon HD 2600
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Initial installation requires one-time internet connection for Steam authentication; software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, DirectX 9, Microsoft .NET 4 Framework, Visual C++ Redistributable 2010, and AMD CPU Drivers (XP Only/AMD Only)
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BROTHERS A Tale Of Two Sons

This is a third person platform puzzle game.
Two brothers on the quest to find something that can cure their sick father.
I think thats the plot?
.The dialog is some strange language i dont understand
,but it doesnt matter because you can read out of the characters actions and bodylanguage what they are implyeing or want you to do?
.Graphics are beautiful
controls are simpel (Xbox 360) you use right analog stick to control little brother
and left analog stick to control big brother
they can do diffrent things so you need to make them work together
.Like big brother gives little brother a horseshoe up on ledge little brother throws down rope to big brother.
This takes place in a magic fairytale land.
Ive already been laughing many times and sitting with a smile on my face :-)
like when we carried a sheep and dropped him into burned out fire place so he got to become the black sheep
or rockin an old grandma in her rockin chair so she was laughing her heart out :-)
.The game also has a darkside to it like dangerous forrest with wolves in the darkness.
This game has so much charm!
And has blown me away
.One thing that i did not like is the game is to short :-(
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Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons

It dosen't tell a story you play the story, in a very immersive world.
In Brothers, it let's you Controll 2 charaters at once. The Big Brother, and the Little Brother.

Which works surprisingly well, and you have such controlls over your charaters.

There is no voice acting, instead this is done by emotions
(You might think that's bad, but it appears to be incredible)

Brother manages to pull up an absolutely fantastic story, and you will feel a connection between the charaters.

You're on a mission to save you're father, an adventure amung any thus far.
You will have to solve simple puzzles, but also some-what challenging.

The art design is amazing, and the soundtracks are very touching, it can really make you feel the World of Brothers. It's in shorter words, indeed Unforgettable.

Please by all means, buy this game, do not miss something like this.
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Wonderful game! The story is really deep and fascinating! It's a sweet tale about two brothers who must make a long journey in a fantastic strange world in order to find a magical medicine to heal their father.
As a tale, you'll meet all kind of wonderful creatues, some will help you, some will try to stop you. The gameplay is very original too. You'll control two characters at the same time : right joystick for the young brother, left joystick for the big one (using a controller). It works with keyboard/mouse as well. Achievements are easy to get as long as you're curious enough to explore and make everything ;-)
Brothers are obviously allied with one another and you'll share their story with passion for sure :)
Sweetness,deep feelings,great adventure,amazing characters,beautiful world to explore : it's a sweet tale you'll have to enjoy!
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Personal Rating: "Classic - Must buy"
Traditional Rating: 9/10
Genre: Puzzle/Platformer

Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons is essentially a tale about what it means to grow up and face our fears around our own deaths when we realise in late childhood that no one person, animal or even plant or tree lives forever. The acknowledgement that one day we will all pass from this mortal world is just one of the many transitions from childhood to adulthood we must accept. Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons is the first game I have played to use such a weighty thematic element such as death and to use to so beautifully.

So its no surprise then that Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons journey begins with a death, arguably one of the most tragic lessons life can bestow upon a young child when a young and naive Nayee, one of the two brothers of the title, witnesses the death of his mother and is unable to help or save her from her fate. Because of this - Nayee's father sees the child as weak and bestows most of his tokenism and love on his eldest and favorite son - Nayaa. When the boys father becomes gravely ill and finds himself on death's doorstep both boys are encouraged by the Elder-tribesman and sage of the village to undertake a journey to The Tree of Life which is said to contain a powerful sap that restores life.

Where Nayee is fearful, weak and young, Nayaa is brave, strong and on the cusp of becoming a man. Their journey will test their brotherly love for one another as they race to save a father from deaths icy grasp. It's also through this journey that Nayee will begin his own transition into adulthood, eventually determining and defining his own inner wells of courage and strength that enable him to make peace with the loss of his mother even when the cost of these lessons comes at the cost of another life. Since the central theme of the game deals with ones mortality and how this affects us and those around us, almost every single turn during Nayee and Nayaa's journey the two brothers will be confronted with death in all its shapes and forms and while the symbolism may be a tad bit heavy-handed it conveys the central message beautifully.

Instead of placing the gamer solely in Nayee' shoes, Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons lets the player control both brothers. This is done through each analogue stick on the controller with the left and right trigger buttons becoming each brothers action key. At first it can be a bit tricky navigating some of the games environments but it's not long before one snaps into a routine simply just pointing each analogue stick in the direction one wants each brother to go. Having the player fill the shoes of both brothers (although this is arguably Nayee's tale) , Nayaa no longer exists simply as character in the game but as an actual extension of the player. Along the way there will be some environmental puzzles to navigate but nothing too taxing that the solution doesn't immediately jump out at you when you examine it. If Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons has a weakness then it would have to be this puzzle element which rarely requires any thought from its player. I can understand, however, why they probably did this since the journey the brothers face is one where the luxury of time is not a given. The fact that one can race through all the areas quite quickly does add a sense of urgency to the tale but many will probably bemoan the asking price ($14.99 and the roughly three hours play you get out of it) and miss the meaning behind it all completely. The game makes use of the Unreal 3 engine and as would be expected from an engine that gave life to some of the most amazing and beautiful games from last gen, it looks quite incredible. Its also matched with a very low-fi soundtrack that suits the melancholy perfectly.

Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons is also like a love letter to ICO, that PS2 critical darling and gem of a game that went on to become a playstation cult favorite and which is still regarded by many (myself included) to be one of the finest games ever created and should have no problem finding its way into a museum one day because of the profound impact it had on the gaming scene at the time. ICO was also short in length and featured two protagonists in similar constricting circumstances that drew the gamer into its world causing them to feel emotions for a set of pixels like no other game before it. It did feature combat (although to be honest the combat always felt like it had been tacked on because the publisher was most likely a little unsure how such an artistic, existential game would ever co-exist in a market dominated by first person shooters). The fact it went to on to become a smash-hit - I can only thank the gods of small mercies for because without ICO there would be no Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons, no Gone Home, no The Walking Dead Season 1.

Personally at the end of it all I really loved Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons and the message it conveys is a powerful and deeply felt one. While it may not reach the heights that ICO achieved it should leave every single gamer who experiences its tale deeply emotionally satisfied and possibly moved. This is the sort of game you should honestly spend full price on and not wait for a sale because these experiences only come along every once in a while and should be applauded and what better way to applaud something really special by giving it its proper value so we can hopefully see more.

Highly, highly recommended!
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No matter who you are and what (you think) you like and don't like, you MUST play this game.
Don't watch any trailers, any(more) reviews, just do yourself a huge favor and press the purchase button. You'll thank me later.
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