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Paradise Cracked: Review @ Jolt

(PC: Single-Player RPG) | Posted by Dhruin @ Thursday - May 06, 2004 - 04:26 -
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A veritable beating has been handed out to MiSTland's 'Paradise Cracked' in Jolt's review. The score is an horrific 3.8/10; here's a snip:
Paradise Cracked was originally released two years ago in Russia, the home territory of developers Mist Land. The game takes the form of a turn-based RPG/adventure, and tells the story of a young hacker who goes by the phenomenally original name of, yup, “Hacker”. Hacker lives in a Blade Runner / William Gibson-style future, where major corporations rule the roost, and the police don’t know the meaning of subtlety. The majority of people are actually quite happy though, as they spend their hours jacked in to an all-encompassing network provided by a supercomputer, which allows you to do anything you want from the comfort of your network point.
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