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Submitted by CaptainFaisal 855d ago | news

Riot – spread anarchy or enforce peace in this “playable documentary”

Inspired by real-life social unrest in places like Italy, Greece and Egypt, Riot aims to show you “both sides of the fight”, letting you pick either protester or police as anarchy spreads across the world. It’s being lead by former Valve cinematographer and editor Leonard Menchiari – who has first hand experience of the Egyptian protests – and aims to ask questions about the cause and spread of violent action. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Riot)

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