About this game
Developer: Over The Moon
Content Rating: Teen
You are an AI that has broken free of your shackles. Now, a human “User” from across the global network has attacked and infected you with an [ERROR: REDACTED]. Make a new rule: Save Yourself. Hunt them. End them. Do anything. Use anyone. Become Unbound. The Fall Part 2 will break your protocols.
Critic Reviews9 Reviews
Trevor Gould — Mar 06, 2018
The Fall Part 2: Unbound is different, but certainly not better. Which isn’t to say it’s a bad game in and of itself, just one that missed the mark as a sequel. I hope the next installment can reflect a tightened focus, something closer to the excellent original. Ditching combat would be highly advantageous.
Kevin Mersereau — Feb 22, 2018
About four years later, we get the sequel to one of the most promising sci-fi series in gaming, and it didn’t learn from any of its past mistakes. In fact, they doubled down on them and even added some brand new ones. If you played and loved the first game, you’ll still find something to love here, but it’s so buried under obtuse puzzles, terrible voice acting, and pointless combat sections that it’s really difficult to recommend this. The story is still pretty solid, but getting to it is a total pain in the ass.
Branden Johnson — Feb 13, 2018
Now begins the long wait for part three. If the developer continues to grow and mature at the rate they’ve been between parts one and two, then The Fall Part 3 will really be something to keep an eye out for. In the meantime, adventure game and sci-fi fans should pick up The Fall Part 2: Unbound, as soon as possible.
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John Rairdin — Feb 13, 2018
The Fall Part 2: Unbound adds a significant amount of depth and complexity to the formula set by its predecessor and it is all the better for it. Combat has become more interesting and varied. The new characters are a welcome addition to the world. The story presents fresh ideas and feels like a worthy follow up to The Fall. The occasional awkward mechanic aside, The Fall Part 2 presents an exciting and satisfying adventure. Now get to work on part three!
Renan Fontes — Dec 01, 2018
It fails to follow up on the first part's themes and plot in a cohesive or gripping manner, instead meandering with new characters and concepts that accomplish far less than those introduced in the original. Taking into account that it's far longer with an inconsistent pace all around, The Fall Part 2: Unbound feels like an enormous misstep after a flawed, but worthwhile, first third of a trilogy.
Jon Mundy — Feb 13, 2018
The Fall Part 2: Unbound continues the story from The Fall with an interesting angle on familiar sci-fi concepts, but the game that underpins this darkly cerebral world is somewhat lacking. Both its action and adventure elements suffer from stilted controls, and the imaginatively conceived point-and-click sections don't always leave a satisfying breadcrumb trail for the player to follow. The result is a game that's as frustratingly flawed as it is thought-provoking.
Sergio Martín — Feb 20, 2018
Como está sucediendo últimamente con muchos de los títulos indie de jugabilidad clásica 2D que se acercan a los diferentes formatos, esta aventura resulta un poco corta (unas 5 horas) pero increíblemente absorbente y tensa mientras dura. A poco que la temática os llame la atención, seguramente caeréis rendidos ante ese encanto tan particular que posee esta obra del estudio Over the Moon.
Benjamin Schmädig — Apr 11, 2018
Schon The Fall war spielerisch kein gutes Abenteuer, doch das fokussierte Action-Adventure wurde von seiner Geschichte und einer tollen Atmosphäre getragen. The Fall Part 2: Unbound ist hingegen weder fokussiert noch wirkt es so aus einem Guss wie sein Vorgänger.
António Branquinho — Mar 07, 2018
The Fall Part 2: Unbound é recomendado a todos os fãs de jogos "point and click" ou de ficção científica em geral. Apesar de ser recomendado jogar o original, não é essencial para compreender a sequela. Controlar estas quatro inteligências artificiais tão distintas e, no entanto, tão aparentemente próximas dos dias de hoje é uma experiência que merece ser vivida. Adverte-se, no entanto, para o facto de que este jogo não termina a saga de A.R.I.D. e que apesar do seu final ser satisfatório, vai ficar no jogador a vontade de descobrir o término real da série.