Only a few strategy RPGs have graced the market lately, and most of those have been done by Nippon Ichi.  Fans of the genre have been lucky to have titles like Disgea: Hour of Darkness, La Pucelle: Tactics, and Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome. However the PSP has gotten a strategy RPG from an unlikely source, Idea Factory.  Idea Factory

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The music in Generation of Chaos is fair, but it Control of the game is simple enough since most of the game is menu-driven.  Using the D-pad or analog nub you highlight the menu options.  Selecting an option is done by pressing the X button, while hitting Circle cancels the current option.  Using the L and R button changes the camera on the screen.  Anyone familiar with this style of game shouldn

Generation of Chaos is a complex game.  While this might sound like a good thing on the surface, if the game doesn

Generation of Chaos has a lot of replay value to it.  The campaign has two ways to advance.  You can move the story along chapter by chapter by defeating a single enemy.  You can also do a