Excerpt: Date: 10/17/2006 From the perspective of its story and setting, I’m really not quite sure what to make of ParaWorld. The game is set on a parallel Earth in which a group of scientists discover other parallel worlds.
Excerpt: I used to play real-time strategy games a lot. It was my favorite genre. But then, gradually, the games started feeling more and more alike, and I grew restless. I knew I was in trouble when I played Rise of Nations , and while everybody else loved it, I was indifferent.
Conclusion: Overall, PPL has much improved controls, a plethora of game modes, and an online mode. While the music doesn't match up Tetris Attack, and the online isn't without its flaws, PPL is, without a doubt, the best in the Puzzle League franchise.
Excerpt: ParaWorld is a real-time strategy game set in a parallel world - a prehistoric world that has been ruled by warring tribes and dinosaurs. In the 19th century this world was discovered by a brilliant mathematician, leader of a group of top scientists.
Summary: Paraworld combines a setting never seen before with personalized unit management, bringing new life to the real-time strategy genre. Modern elements blend with primeval conditions in a long forgotten, incredibly beautiful prehistoric world.
Excerpt: ParaWorld, an introduction. If you think about it, it’s surprising that dinosaur’s haven’t been used more in games. Sid Meier once had plans to release a strategy game based on them (which was shelved) and we had those rather hit and miss Turok games for a few years as well as Monster Hunter on the...
Excerpt: So you like the dinos eh? Well so do I, and Paraworld serves them up in spades. Welcome to a new type of RTS where you get to open up cans of whup ass whilst astride a reptilian behemoth and fight other monsters.