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Submitted by Mariye 303d ago | review

Unrest Review: An Ubrupt and Unsatisfying End | GamerTell

From the review, "The most exciting, engaging event of Unrest happens, then Pyrodactyl cheats us out of the falling action and denoument. It’s a tragedy, because everything leading up to that moment is literary perfection, culminating in a moment of anguish as the player realizes they connected with these characters for nothing. It is the video game equivalent of falling in love with a character in Game of Thrones, then discovering they die in A Storm of Swords. If you go into Unrest, do so knowing that it will let you down and break your heart." (PC, Unrest) D/A+

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