One of the most underrated and overlooked games that were ever published and possibly the best history based story ever told in a videogame. This is the Telltale version of Spec Ops: The Line minus the white people.
What you get here for your six dollars (2$ at the moment)
ticket is 3 hours of your typical Telltale kind of game, except instead of Batman, Lego or Walking Dead you have the actual events of the Iranian revolution of 1979.
It's basically a documentary, but you get to play it. The whole experience is short, but extremely intense, well told, well directed. It's heavy in a good way.
The quality is surprisingly
good for a new and unknown studio, motion capture is convincing enough and voice dubbing is way above average.
If you care about history, politics and can do without some blue eyes or blonde hair for a change, you have no excuses for missing this.
This is a fun thread: http://steamcommunity.com/app/388320/discussions/0/135507855753977065/