Max: The Curse of Brotherhood Hits Xbox One Storefront

Max and the Magic Marker was a relatively decent hit when it came to PC a few years back, and then hit WiiWare. Now, it’s got a follow-up available on the Xbox One as an exclusive stealth release. The game was expected for release next year, but it’s hitting Xbox One early and will then hit Xbox 360 next year. This sequel sees Max accidentally banished his little brother to another world, and it’s up to the intrepid marker fanatic to save him. The game combines stunning environments with platforming and puzzle-solving where you draw in pieces of the world to progress. It looks like a fun time for any platforming fan, and since the Xbox One’s d-pad is actually good, you don’t have to worry about the 360’s clunky d-pad holding you back.