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1953: KGB Unleashed review

The Good:
  • Challenging puzzle design with logical and satisfying solutions
  • Claustrophobic location with creepy atmosphere
  • Storyline gets more interesting as it goes along
The Bad:
  • American voiceovers sound more like FBI than KGB
  • Lots of reading required to properly understand the plot
  • Brief ending is a bit disappointing
1953: KGB Unleashed
1953: KGB Unleashed
The Good:
  • Challenging puzzle design with logical and satisfying solutions
  • Claustrophobic location with creepy atmosphere
  • Storyline gets more interesting as it goes along
The Bad:
  • American voiceovers sound more like FBI than KGB
  • Lots of reading required to properly understand the plot
  • Brief ending is a bit disappointing
Our Verdict:

Fans of Myst-like games should lap up this short but enjoyable adventure thanks to its challenging puzzle design and engaging backstory.

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What our readers think of 1953: KGB Unleashed


Posted by Antrax on Jan 28, 2014

Fiendishly difficult


1953: Phobos KGB Unleashed or however it's called (the title screen is confusing) is a very good first-person puzzles akin to the newer Safecracker. It's not a very welcoming game for newbies but seasoned puzzlers will find several enjoyable brainteasers....

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