Reviews and Problems with Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos
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24 July 2013
Summary: I have had this game since the Japanese release almost a year ago.Many will tell you never to purchase this game, many would say the game is awful, many like myself would actually say this game is a masterpiece.The gameplay is difficult to pick up at first, but if you simply read the manual before jumping in, no problems will arise for quite some time.Battles are easy to learn as well, with as many layers as an onion strategy wise.Be warned though, the battles are very...
Summary: If you put some time and effort into understanding and playing the game, then i'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as i did. I wouldn't recommend this game for everyone, but if you do decide to pick it up don't forget to read the manual.
Summary: I personally love this game im a big fan of this game and I will admit that it did take me a long time to get use to the menus and understand what to do. If you have a low patience level in video games I suggest you stay away of this title as they have done extremely little from the first title to fix menu clutter etc. The game does have a tutorial but it really misses out alot on the important stuff and you are still left very confused and lost without a paddle.
There's No Stopping Space Vikings T. Edwards!, Amazon
3 May 2007
Summary: Sorry this will be a short review. I purchased this game with the hope that it would be another slam dunk Nippon Ichi title and hopefully an improvement, or at least on par, with Dragon Force on the Sega Saturn video game system . I couldn't be more wrong. The load times in this game almost make it unplayable. I'm not even talking inbetween battles or dialogue, there are noticable loading hiccups while scrolling from one item in a menu to the next item in the menu.
pretty good tactical game, but pertty hard to start with
26 August 2006
Summary: this game is a lot like Tactics Ogre for GBA, with ONE exception: you lead a group of fighters and probably 1 NPC at the start of the game, you have several Commanders, try to learn to see the commander and fighters' strength and weakness the lead Character, Gena, was powerful at first till you get several gunners and samurais the level up system is S...L...O...W...
Summary: If you need a relaxing break from binging on high energy RTS games like Starcraft, try this one. I'll play it before sleeping thinking I'll be at it for a few minutes, only to look up to find the morning birds are chirping, way past my bedtime. There's nothing particularly innovative here. You'll recognize any element of this game somewhere else: Risk, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Final Fantasy, Statego, Yu-gi-oh, even Monopoly.
Summary: I'm not really past the first chapter of the game, and I've restarted everytime I've figured out something dramatically wrong with how I was doing it. The story line behind the game isn't bad. The game itself, once you begin to understand how to do this or that, progresses decently. Game play, on the other hand, leaves much to be desired.
Summary: Here we go: THERE IS AN 81 PAGE STRATEGY GUIDE FOR GENERATION OF CHAOS ON NIPPON ICHI'S WEBSITE. You simply sign up for a free account, and then you can download it. With the guide, this is a fun game. I'm a few hours in, and the options are impressive. The game is beautiful and entertaining, if you are a fan of the genre. It is a shame that this game shipped without a more extensive tutorial, either in-game or out.
Hard to start but very addicting once you put your time in
L. Difiglia, Amazon
22 April 2006
Summary: Once you get through the first chapter, you then get the idea. People who give this game a bad review expected to pick it up and play. This game does not allow you to do that. Search google for a few tutorials. They help alot. If you want a game that you can play for awhile and really soak your teeth into. This is the one. It is not for the weak at heart.