Inside Mac Games Reviews DEFCON
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review for Introversion's DEFCON, ported by the venerable Ambrosia Software. Here's a clip from the review:
In case you havenít already guessed, DEFCON is a strategy game, but itís probably quite a bit different than anything youíve already played. Obviously, with a name like ďDEFCON,Ē if you assume that the purpose of the game is to nuke the enemyís territory into a flat pane of glass, you canít be far off. However, the sole indicator that determines your success or failure is not the number of enemy military units left at the end of the gameóitís the remaining civilian population occupying the many cities scattered around the globe. In an eerie departure from beautifully-rendered strategy games like Command and Conquer 3, DEFCON presents the world in sharply contrasted vector-based graphics that provide a uncanny sense of disconnect between the player and the events happening before him.To check out the review, follow the link below.
IMG Review of DEFCON
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