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By BrightHub on 60

Paradise is a deep and challenging game that makes you think, but ends too quickly, leaving you hanging on the story line without support. There are a number of game ending bugs, the content is a little light, and puzzles are illogical; closer to...

By Gameguru Mania on 60

Paradise(hx) 08:41 AM EDT - Jun,25 2006 Paradise is a point-and-click adventure developed by Belgian artist and game designer Benoît Sokal - best known for the award-winning Syberia series and Amerzone. The game takes place in the fictional African...

By Game Chronicles Magazine on 58

Even though I’m not a huge fan of Benoit Sokal or his previous games, I do respect his creations as some of the more inventive adventures in the past several years, and when you are going to use your name and that respect to endorse another game...

By cnet on 58

Spec: Adventure, 1 Player, Teen

By GameZone on 78

Fans of Syberia will be glad to know that Benoit Sokal has created another adventure game, this time taking place somewhere in North Africa. This isn’t the Africa of today, but rather one that hearkens back to the mystique of a by-gone era of...

By Strategy Informer on 65

The setting of the game is in a fictional Africa nation called Maurania. Admittedly Maurania is beautiful but, like most small fictional nations is under a great deal of internal political stress. You play the estranged daughter of King Rodon, the...

International Review By Clubic on 60

Les Morgraves habitent dans les baobabsAprès avoir lu les paragraphes précédents vous vous dites certainement que Paradise est une catastrophe et que votre serviteur a une dent contre ce titre. Au contraire ! Jai pris, malgré tout, beaucoup de...