Since the real-time strategy genre is one of the most saturated in the PC gaming market, it takes real chutzpah to try to create something completely different. Perimeter is definitely that. To start, the storyline and setting is extremely difficult to wrap your head around. There's something about humanity, different dimensions, frames, root worlds, Zodiacs, breaking off from worlds, and evil bug things called The Scourge. Truth be told, the story makes about as much sense as reading as Asimov novel after an all-night bender. That being said, it's still fun, even if you really have no idea why you're fighting (other than to survive) and who you actually represent or why it's important that you win.