1979 Revolution: Black Friday includes a narrative based in truth — starting with the historic incidents in 1978 Tehran, Iran’s Islamic Revolution. It gives players a lot of alternatives, and in turn, lots of consequences. Are you going to maintain order throughout the path you decide to shoot, or are you going to fail in this realm of decision and adjust the fates of those around you?
Taking place during the Islamic Revolution of Iran in the 1970s, you perform through the eyes of Reza Shirazi. He is a young photojournalist who finds his people protesting the Shah upon coming home to Tehran. Your weapon is a camera, and your job is to catch each psychological story and often inhuman occasion as you visit it.
Lately, he comes in with all the daring claim that this title looks to create a new genre. On another interesting note, Navid’s brainchild is regarded to be ‘pro-American propaganda’ at Iran and was banned, together with Navid Khonsari being accused as a secret agent for the USA.
1979 Revolution: Black Friday has collected a multitude of awards and honorable mentions in the past because of its incredible voice acting, writing, and storytelling. Included would be the 2017 Facebook Game of the Year winner, an Offical Selection at the Sundance Film Festival, the 16 Bit Award for Best PC Game, and was nominated for Greatest Actress at BAFTA.
1979 Revolution: Black Friday is created by iNK Stories, the firm co-founded by Navid Khonsari, also released by Digerati. It releases in spring of 2018 on PS4 and Xbox One. Take a Look at the game’s official website here if You Would like to see its listing of awards thus much, or even watch the official trailer below: