Navid Khonsari

1979: Revolution Black Friday

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A video game out this week is set against the backdrop of the Iranian Revolution. It’s called “1979 Revolution: Black Friday.”

The Iranian Revolution in Video Game Form

A video game out this week is set against the backdrop of the Iranian Revolution. It’s called “1979 Revolution: Black Friday.”

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