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All Articles: Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection
NIS America is always up to something… or several somethings. On top of bringing Hyperdimension Neputunia V to America, they’ve also just announced they’ll be bringing Generation of Chaos 6 for the PSP as well. In America, the game will be retitled Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection.
Here’s the story thus far:
Dark clouds blanket the withered skies and block out the sun; cracked earth and choking fog rule the land. This colorless world, showing no signs of life, is known as Hades. The barren land is blasted by chilling winds that cut to the bone… This is where we meet our heroes—Yuri, a young girl cursed with a disease draining her life away; and Claude, her protective older brother who will stop at nothing to save her. As they travel in search of a cure, they find themselves embroiled in a conflict that will determine the fate of the world and, just maybe, the fate of the siblings. They’ll lose old friends, meet new friends, and travel on a path that will lead them to the very doorstep of destiny…
The real-time strategy of the battle system will allow you to set up your battlefield with your units to take over key locations – you know, all the RTS fun you’re used to. As you defeat enemies, you gain Alchemy Points, which can be spent on upgrades for your characters and weapons.
Look for Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection on the PlayStation Network in February 2013.