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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 Vista Game Engine enhances the dynamics and depth of gameplay, turning the battlefield into an arena for the confrontation of two elements - ground and water.
Story of Perimeter 2 continues the events from the original game. The Exodus, lead by the wise Spirits has been searching for the New Earth. The Harkback have lost faith in Spirits, overthrew their rule and decided to head back for the Old Earth, not believing its death. They refused to believe in the death of their planet. Both sides took the final step on their way, 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 terraforming 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 and bringing gameplay to a 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.
Newly introduced RPG-elements: players can dig the gaming maps in search of psy-crystals that are used to unlock and upgrade Providence's super attacks. Apart from that psy-crystals hide important secrets about the past of New Earth.

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KDV Games
Strategy First
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • Supported OS: Microsoft Windows® XP/Vista
  • Processor: Pentium 4 3.0 GHz or Athlon XP 2500+(minimum), Intel Core 2 Duo or Athlon X2(recommended)
  • System Memory: 512 MB RAM(minimum), 1 GB RAM(recommended)
  • Video Card: GeForce 6600 128MB Graphics card(minimum), GeForce 7800 or Radeon X1800(recommended)
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible Sound Card
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c
  • Hard Disk: 8 GB available hard disk space
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Perimeter 2: New Earth reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Russian
Good afternoon. We have perimeter 2. New Land. I was a little bit fond of remembering the first part, so you can scroll down a bit. I really liked the first part and the addition of Emperors Testament (or whatever it is called). If you remember, the first part ends with the Return and Exodus frames back to Earth. It should Also be remembered that they were hostile to each other. And Exodus, we are assowith the spiritualism, and Return with the people who have risen from the power of the "deceitful Spiritism". The Point was that Exodus led the struggle by manipulating the landscape (earthquakes, volcanoes, and so on, caused by the rocks), the Return subordinated to the filth (the creation of human nightmares made from the sponge, ie dragons, insects, etc.), with which so long and stubbornly fought Outcome. Also there was another branch from the original path of Exodus-Imperia (though it seems to be considered extinct along with all those worlds after the return of the Exodus to the earth. If anyone remembers can tweak). But "Here you are not here" and in the end we have those two races. The Gameplay of the first part consisted in leveling the landscape on which it is possible to extract energy. Then there were built cores and other buildings. We had soldiers, officers and technicians who could be transformed into various warheads from the flare-up to the scams and so on. And then everything is like in other RTS. But Okay this is still a review of the SECOND part. Just to see the difference, and it's very big here. So, "If you remember, the first part ends with the Return and Exodus frames back to Earth." This is the beginning of the second part. That is, everything seems to be going on. We have two companies (guess Who) and our goal-to quickly destroy the enemy. The Fight for the territory has reached a new level. Now We are capturing not lined sponge, but... Well, I ran ahead. It was Worth to start with the fact that Exodus found its refuge in the water. He can only Build and live on it. The Return lives on land. * Build and live it can only on it. Now It's not as easy as the first part. Now you need to keep track of your opponent quietly not flooded/drained. The hand has become a tool that you can use manually. If you in the first part singled out the areas on which the tractors were digging, then you yourself handle will dig the ground and pour in another place. It Is with the help of it you can add problems to your enemy in the form of flooding or water zasypki. There is a good physics, meaning that the water flows from the Vozvshevam to the places below. And Return from a flood, for example, it is possible to "raise" the base or waking an earthen shaft. The result is to constantly throw away the ground, so as not to be stranded. The Review is already great, and I just started (. But having tried both parts you and without reviews perfectly will understand all. It is Impossible not to mention construction and soldiers. You're going to get confused. First of All, you don't have a frame. Build the nucleus, next to it you can build other buildings, but Not the same as before, and, for example, the plants of light, medium and heavy machinery. They produce appropriate units Of combat. Not SOLYSOFFICERS, and groups of tanks that can transform into airplanes... Yes. I think So. Still There is something about the artifacts that give the opportunity to pump skill from the tree of skills. And they have to be dug with the help of the hand. Something like That. Do I recommend It or not? I'll say so. If you are a fan of the first part, the second you will hardly like and not the fact that you are in it at once (it was). But you will satisfy your desire to finally break the enemy and defend the interests of his beloved race (let's say so). Having Passed the appropriate company naturally. After all, it is not very interesting, just you know what it will end (the ending of the first part was very intriguing for me). 5 droughts Return from 40 Exodus floods (understood who is easier?)
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