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  • Summary: Descend into the depths of the Dungeon of Doom and complete your quest: steal the Amulet of Yendor from the fearsome dragon and make it out alive. Unexplored is an accessible yet challenging action RPG that has won praise for its revolutionary level generation tech.
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  1. Feb 18, 2019
    Unexplored deserves at least an hour or two of your time. And ultimately, if that trial period goes well, the game is likely to draw you in for much longer. Because Unexplored: Unlocked Edition is brimming with charm, and playing it can feel like enjoying something homemade, with each playthrough designed expressly for the Rodney it will do everything in its power to destroy.
  2. Feb 19, 2019
    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. Can I really be bothered by a lack of an overall storyline when each dungeon run has its own substory? Can I really complain about some graphic inequality with AAA games when each time I play is unique and a lot of fun? Well, I can’t see how I could do that, maybe just don’t bring it up to the people that picked up No Man’s Sky on its first day…
  3. Feb 25, 2019
    Unexplored is going to be one of those games you are going to love or hate I think. Either way all I can say is this; let the game grow on you. It certainly has it’s charm, and the rewards you get for persisting are worth the playtime.
  4. Apr 3, 2019
    With its banal art style, nebulous lore, and generic take on dungeon-crawling, Unexplored lacks the necessary panache to make a dent. 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.