RPGFan


Idea Factory Announces Generation of Chaos Next

Idea Factory has announced the development of Generation of Chaos Next for PlayStation 2 on their website. Generation of Chaos Next actually isn't one game, but rather three in one. Each mode boasts different features seen in previous Idea Factory games. Generation of Chaos Next - Love and Bonds plays more like a traditional RPG, featuring realtime combat and a dramatic story, while Generation of Chaos Version 2 emphasizes more on strategy, letting the player lead entire armies into battle. Version 2 will allow you to create and edit your own generals and evaluate the loyalty of your armed forces. Last but not least, Kindgom of Chaos -Another Time has a more simulation-like character, being based on Kingdom of Chaos for the PC.

Love and Bonds' first four characters have already been revealed: a soldier by the name of Eril, a commander called Rifaia, a blue-haired princess called Rosi and Poro, a little elf. Furthermore, 100 NPCs based on characters created by users of Kingdom of Chaos for PC will appear in the game.

Generation of Chaos Next is set for a Spring 2002 release in Japan. Below in related links you should find character art for Generation of Chaos Next - Love And Bonds.


Back
Updated:
12.03.01 - 3:02 AM
Professor Gast





Twitch Schedule & Status

Phantasy Star II
Sunday, December 17 • 10am PST/1pm EST

[on break]
Mondays • 6pm PST/9pm EST

Phantasy Star II
Tuesdays • 12pm PST/3pm EST

Final Fantasy VI
Thursdays and Fridays • 3pm PST/6pm EST

Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Tues-Wed-Thu • 7pm PST/10pm EST
Saturdays • 5pm PST/8pm EST

Featured Content
Fabula Nova Anniversaris: Celebrating Thirty Years of Final Fantasy
Fabula Nova Anniversaris: Celebrating Thirty Years of Final Fantasy
Special Feature
Retro Encounter 113
Retro Encounter 113
Podcast
Finding Paradise Review
Finding Paradise
Review
.hack//G.U. Last Recode Review
.hack//G.U. Last Recode
Review
Valkyrie Anatomia -The Origin- Soundtrack Review
Valkyrie Anatomia -The Origin- Soundtrack
Review
Summon Night 6 Review
Summon Night 6
Review