Post by Steve Farrelly @ 07:03pm 05/08/15 | 0 Comments
In a game that is a relatively surprising move from the publisher behind such high-octane franchises like Battlefield, Need for Speed and Dead Space, EA today revealed gameplay at Gamescom for their new side-scrolling puzzler called Unravel, which was originally unveiled at E3, where you play a sentient piece of string. Still, Michael Bay is on the phone waiting for the greenlight from EA to move on with the film adaptation.
Clearly inspired by the booming work of the indie community, and full of visual life, Unravel takes players on a journey with a piece of string who has limited reach and usage because, you know, how long is a piece of string, really? You can tie knots, build bridges, and generally boyscout your way through the puzzling maze in one of the company's more surprising and engaging new IPs in a long time. They of course followed up its unveiling with more Battlefront perfection, but we'll get to that shortly.