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PCBurn recently reviewed the PC version of Darwinia, Introversion Software's unique real time strategy title. The game enlists players in the fight to save a virtual theme park world from the assault of a deadly computer virus. PCBurn appreciated Darwinia's innovative and quick gameplay, recommending it to both strategy and action fans.
From the review:
For such a visually different game there's definitely a well defined plot and story. Each section brings you closer to the goal of discovering what went wrong with the professors experiment and how the network came to be in its current state of disarray.To read the full review click on the link below.
PCBurn: Darwinia Review
Cutscenes are carried out in-game, furthering Darwinia's immersive feel. The professors head pops up in video clips played on the bottom of the screen while the camera pans by the relevant parts of the maps illustrating his requests before each segment.
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