Oct 31, 2003
Capcom Entertainment, Inc.
Capcom Co., Ltd.
Action, Adventure, Role-Playing (RPG)
Pentium III 1 GHz
128 MB RAM
64 MB RAM DirectX-compatible video card
DirectX-compatible sound card
4x CD-ROM drive
1.2 GB hard-disk space
None that I could find
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Touted by its producers as a "fantasy opera", Chaos Legion definitely has the ingredients of a franchise in the making. An arguably cool sword-wielding protagonist, tons of monstrous foes, and some intriguing game play features. Though its gothic art direction takes its cues from Devil May Cry and Ico, the high-octane game play owes a debt to the likes of the Dynasty Warriors series as you're pitted against massive waves of enemies in a nonstop thumb-punisher set to a generic synth-rock score.
Chaos Legion's hook is that you are able to summon creatures, called legions, to help you out in a scrap. There are a number of different legion types with different fighting styles. Some are archers, others pummel foes with their fists, and some become walking bombs that blow up anything in their path. By killing enemies, you gain experience points that can be used to increase the number of a type of legion that you can summon. Increase the attack or defensive power of legions and improve your own attacks, earn combos, and other special abilities. This RPG aspect of the game is very compelling and will keep you coming back for more.
Unknown author[/b] - Gamepro review (edited for grammatical errors)