"Perimeter 2: New Earth" is the long-awaited sequel of the critically acclaimed RTS "Perimeter". Ideas of territorial gameplay and landscape modification introduced in the original game are now realized on a new concept & technology level. The VistaGame Engine enhances the dynamics and depth of gameplay, turning the battlefield into an arena for the confrontation of two elements - ground and water.
The story of "Perimeter 2" continues the events from the original game. The Exodus, lead by the wise Spirits, have been searching for the New Earth. The Harkback have lost faith in the Spirits, overthrown their rule, and decided to head back for the Old Earth, not believing its death. Both sides took the final step on their way, but the chain has closed and mortal enemies entered the same planet face to face.
"Perimeter 2" is a project for fans of the RTS genre. The revolutionary concept of terra-forming, along with new elements and fresh ideas, is sure to provide a unique gaming experience.
The concept of territorial warfare, based on the conflict of water and ground brings gameplay to new dimension.
Transforming units, assuring quick and effective reaction to the events on the battlefield and tactical diversity.
Newly introduced Action-elements: players can enter the battle using the Providence - a Tactical Manipulator of Direct Action - and its super attacks, such as huge explosions, meteor showers, and more.
Dynamic liquids, weather and wind, interacting with objects on the maps.
This isn't the best RTS game out there but it is really good. It's definitely among the better RTS games for its price, if you don't take discounts or dropped prices due to never releases in longer series into account, cuz that's just not fair. The terra-forming element (one first introduced to me in the fourth Dragon Ball Z movie) adds some really unique gameplay elements, but doesn't have a lot of depth and becomes just another thing you can do after a while. The story is really interesting, becoming basically a war of the majority of grunts and working class civilians and the "enlightened" and higher-powered minority over control of the planet. Things like weather, terrain and the like have a lot of impact, positively and negatively on troops and strategies, and the game has a lot of depth. On top of all this is a nice ambient soundtrack and a really good-looking game.
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