Unexplored: Unlocked Edition

Digerati
Feb 19, 2019 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

67

Top Critic Average

33%

Critics Recommend

COGconnected
77 / 100
Impulsegamer
3.1 / 5
Worth Playing
5 / 10
Sick Critic
4 / 10
Screen Rant
4 / 5
Seafoam Gaming
5 / 10
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Unexplored: Unlocked Edition Trailers

Unexplored: Unlocked Edition | Release Date Trailer | PS4, Xbox One thumbnail

Unexplored: Unlocked Edition | Release Date Trailer | PS4, Xbox One

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Unexplored: Unlocked Edition | Survival Guide

Unexplored: Unlocked Edition | Trailer | PS4, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch thumbnail

Unexplored: Unlocked Edition | Trailer | PS4, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch


Unexplored: Unlocked Edition Screenshots



Critic Reviews for Unexplored: Unlocked Edition

While UnExplored leaves a lot to be desired in the way of graphics, it has its own charm in its aesthetic which is backed up by the bitchin music that follows you on your dives. Even in its shortcomings, I found UnExplored to be redeemable and the amount of angry, annoying, pleasurable fun was worth far more than any downsides.

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A neat rogue-lite dungeon crawler with it's own unique sense of charm

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The unfulfilling combat further weakens the game. The positives of giving players access to many different game modes, including a hefty amount of content, and providing really cool music makes Unexplored an overall average title. It's still fun to explore, but the game's lack of flair inhibits the desire to try another round, and the gameplay alone isn't enough to sell it.

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A surprisingly barebones, unrewarding and hateful rogue-like title that doesn't have the right amount of polish applied, and lacks the edge in gameplay to truly one-up its contemporaries.

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Below Unexplored: Unlocked Edition's tricky surface lies a mesmerizing experience that manages to be frustrating, relaxing, and exciting, all at once.

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Unfortunately, the constant slowdown from loading dungeon floors is enough of a pace breaker to drive me absolutely insane, and I'm not gonna lie when I also point out that this sort of game has been done many of time before. Still, you have a solid foundation, a fun gameplay loop, and a great pick up and play experience, so if you can get this on sale and really do not mind the agonizing floor loading, you may have a good amount of fun going on runs with this!

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