Summary: There are many titles that blur the line between action/adventure and role-playing game, for instance, Nintendo’s long-running Legend of Zelda franchise. Another title that blurs the line between the aforementioned genres is Capcom’s Chaos Legion, based on a novel by Japanese writer Tow Ubukata, which proves to be a solid, if somewhat brief, experience.
Summary: While not the best game for the PS2 in the Graphics or Story departments, you'll still find this game oddly addicting. It is a compelling play, though you'll probably only have patience for a single playthrough.
Summary: When you first read the introduction line you may think that the game is bad. Well in case you didn't know ''abyss'' means ''a primeval chaos''. In this case that definition fits this game perfectly. "It's time to show you the Abyss of the Darkness," is also one of the memorable quotes from this game, and is a quote I shall soon not forget. Well here I go... Story 9/10 I don't want to give out many spoilers here so I'll make it short. You are Sieg, a young knight.
Summary: This game is fun in the overall, thanks to its short learning curve and its relatively simple control setup. However, it takes a level or two to get the storyline down, and the freeform camera is so utterly annoying. Plus, the game can get a bit repetative, due to the fact that the combat isn't set in levels, its set in stages, so you have to follow one path all the time.
Summary: This game blew my socks off. Literally. In fact I'm peeling one off the screen as I write this. When I first tried the Thanatos legion's power up and everything went into slow motion as creatures started exploding around me, my jaw hit the floor and I couldn't stop saying "holy sh*t!!!".
No surpise nor disappointment, but better than DMC2
13 October 2003
Summary: When I was playing Chaos Legion, I got the feeling that Capcom might have shifted some of its resources from Devil May Cry 2 to CL that made DMC2 such a big disappointment. I am sorry that they are so similar, except that CL is better and one can call helper creatures to fight in CL but not in DMC2. Would DMC2 be much improved without the existence of CL? God knows. Back to CL, the graphics and designs are excellent. The moves and control are smooth and fast.
Summary: Hey for those that liked Devil May Cry 2, this game, is a go getter. Fulled by revenge, you are the main character going against your best friend. You can summon up to three Legions at your side to help you go up against the forces of darkness. For they are conjured up from the shadows of darkness. I loved the graphics, they're truly amazing. I love this game and I bet you will to.
Summary: well i am kinda disapointed that the story line is weak. Its alot like DW4 but with legions instead of gaurds. The demons are a little to difficult but with the right legion you can beat them. I would rent this game and see how you like it before buying it.
Summary: I read lots of bad reviews of this game and was all set to forget about it rather than buy it. Then one day I read a Penny Arcade comic in which they declared that Gabe hated Chaos Legion. Well, if there's one thing I've learned from my years of reading PA, it's that if Gabe hates something, it's probably pretty good. He hated Kingdom Hearts, GunValkyrie, and most notably, Halo. The man is obviously not a bastion of good video game taste.