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Generation Of Chaos (PSP)

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Genre: Strategy / Rating: T - (Teen)

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      15.02.2009 22:16



      dont waste your time or money on this will most definatly regret it

      I finally got this game after a few weeks of trying to find a decent rpg/stratergy game for the psp. I did a bit of resarch and looked like a decent enough game. Dont be fooled! At £15 i was expecting a lot more. This game is absoloutly the most pointless and boring stratergy game i have ever played. There is far to much just watching the screen waiting for the computer to take its turns. The fighting has little to no skill involved and the controls when you finally work them out are far to complicated. The cut scenes are never ending and if you do decide to skip them will be completly lost and not understand a thing that is going on. There is little to know freedom with charcter devolpment and although you get to create a character at the start i am still unable to work out how to use them. Every time i have tried to get into this game it seriously just sends me to sleep. If you want a decenrt stratergy game go for final fantasy tatics, or for rpg the classic breath of fire or the new star ocean second departure had hours of decent gaming out of that and well worth the money.


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    Idea Factor's first PSP title is based on the PS2 version of Generation of Chaos IV, but with a new storyline. Your goal is to collect powerful allies and both protect your kingdom and invade enemy territory. When heading out to battle, you can carry up to 29 troops in addition to your general, meaning massive 30 versus 30 battles await.

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