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Generation of Chaos Announced

Strategy role playing game publisher NIS America has announced the strategy RPG Generation of Chaos for the PSP. Generation of Chaos is scheduled to ship in North America in spring 2006.

Generation of Chaos, developed by Idea Factory, is one of the more popular RPG series in Japan, and the 2006 release for the PSP marks the first time the series has appeared in North America.  The developer promise that all the essentials that made its predecessor one of the most addictive strategy RPG titles for the PlayStation 2 will be part of the PSP game, as well as additional gameplay features.
 
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. 

Generation of Chaos features sixty-character battles as well as espionage tactics You will also be able to customize your troops and commanders, giving you total control over your army. Other features include the freedom to fight with or against neighboring kingdoms, and your decisions during the game will change the outcome of the war.

6/9/2005 Aaron Thomas

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