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Paradise Cracked: Review @ NL Gaming

(PC: Single-Player RPG) | Posted by Moriendor @ Monday - February 02, 2004 - 15:13 -
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Next Level Gaming has slapped up a review of MiST Land's/Buka's cyberspace RPG 'Paradise Cracked'. Rating: 70%.
These days, there arenít as many games in the squad based tactical strategy genre as there are for first person shooters, itís unfortunate. Jagged Alliance, X-Com and the recent Silent Storm demonstrate that it can be an exciting and compelling genre. When a title in this genre is released, I jump on it fiendishly. Besides being fun, a compelling squad strategy title needs a few things. It must be easy to play, have troops that grow over time (RPG-lite) and the more equipment and guns the better. From overseas developer MiST Land comes Paradise Cracked, a sci-fi tactical strategy game that has a great recipe for success. Unfortunately, somewhere in this great recipe fun was frustratingly lost. I want to love this title, but design flaws and tedious game play prevents me from doing so.
 
 
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