Given that Unpacking seems to have won over more players than even the sublime Metroid Dread, it’s definitely worth talking about, right?
Given this task is so dreary and unfulfilling in real life, it’s amazing to see a game make it such a profoundly moving – and incredibly engaging – experience.
Truly, the way Unpacking makes you relate to inanimate items is as magical as what Pixar did with Toy Story back in 1996.
On the surface, Unpacking may seem quite trite: you move from house to house, unpacking items as you go and organizing them into your new living space.
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