Summary: Chaos Legion is a game for the Playstation II where you have to attack waves of enemies using different forms of weaponry. You play the game by controlling Sieg Wahrheit, and also the chaos legion, which is lots of different creatures which support you in your fight. You can control their style which they fight in, ie, aggressive or defensive, the time of attack, and so on.
Excerpt: "Sieg Warheit is a legionator - a warrior who can capture the souls of slain enemies to summon Legions to fight for him. Victor Delacroix was his ally, but believing that Sief was responsible for the death of the woman he loved, Victor has gone on an insane quest to bring about the end of the world so he can be reunited with her. Sieg has to stop his former colleague at all costs. It is an interesting idea, but unfortunately suffers from poor execution. ...
Pros: Good graphics, some interesting ideas
Cons: Poor controls and collision detect, basic AI, repetitive gameplay
Summary: "Chaos Legion" is a game with quite a few good ideas, and some of those ideas work rather well. On the other hand, it's a game with lots of wasted potential, and a slew of bad design decisions. Most of the time, it seems to be more of a tech demo designed to see just how many enemies can fit on the screen at one time than an actual game.