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Pyrodactyl Games, KISS Ltd.
Jul 23, 2014 - PC

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Critic Reviews for Unrest

A compelling story with many outcomes, but the game itself is a little too rough around the edges.

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Unrest is an unconventional but erratic adventure game that inspires empathy even as it undercuts its own message.

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Unrest doesn't offer much more than playing as characters, having conversations and dictating where their lives are going. It might offer a diversion for a while if you're a fan of character-driven RPGs, but it's unlikely to entice newcomers to the genre.

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Pyrodactyl's sophisticated, story-driven RPG about a fictional Ancient Indian city in the midst of upheaval will likely leave you feeling a bit bummed out

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Unrest is a short narrative full of ethical dilemmas, presented through the eyes of an unusually diverse cast of RPG characters. Those choices have an isolated impact, but don't expect them to alter the story to a radical degree.

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With cunning conversation and clever dialogue as the focus, Unrest delivers a solid performance as an adventure game that breaks the norms.

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The Game has excellent writing, but fails to live up to its full potential. Lack of serious long term consequences and a disappointing ending hold back the game from greatness.

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Unrest is a choice-driven RPG with little combat to speak of that touches on relevant social issues. It's not unlike Always Sometimes Monsters, though it ironically takes cues from western-style RPGs where that game took them from eastern ones.

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