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  • Summary: Battles for world domination have been dragging on for generations. Now Allen of Zodia rises to end all wars and bring peace to the world. After the opening story, the player uses the strategy mode to build and strengthen the kingdom. In the beginning, the kingdom is small and weak. However, as you progress through the game, the player can conquer neighboring kingdoms and stretch its ruling powers throughout the land of Duke. Unlike other RPGs for the PSP(TM), Generation of Chaos features massive, sixty-character battles as well as sneaky espionage tactics. Other features include: Massive 30 vs. 30 real time army battles; Customizable troops and commanders; Freedom to fight with or against neighboring kingdoms. [NIS America] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 29
  2. Negative: 3 out of 29
  1. Even if the game had been optimized more and some of the mechanics streamlined, this game would be a hard sell for most gamers. But, for those looking for a deep and challenging strategy title, Generation of Chaos will fit the bill.
  2. All positives are undone by nasty technical problems like huge load times, slower than snail mail gameplay, and a story that wouldn’t hold the attention of a lobotomized bag lady.
  3. 70
    I think most people will find Generation of Chaos too tough to get into and end up overwhelmed by the amount of things they can do before they ever get settled into their own style of play.
  4. 65
    What little action there is to see is so far out of your controllable scope that you'll watch the battles simply to delude yourself into thinking there is something worth watching in the game.
  5. Ugly and complex, it's a game you'd best play only if you absolutely adore tactical RPGs.
  6. Generation is simple in a way that requires dozens of obtuse concepts to be learned with little justification. It simply isn't a good game, and it is definitely the weakest game in NIS America's lineup.
  7. I'm sure there's a small cadre of super-hardcore math majors into intricate medieval costume drama and puzzling out the mysteries of Generation of Chaos, but I'm not one of them.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7