Submitted by manasteel88 960d ago | review

Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection Review [Twinfinite]

When Sting and Idea Factory joined forces, they had the audacity to brand their collaboration as “Super Sting.” It reeks of hubris, but I’d expect nothing less from Idea Factory. On paper it sounds like a really promising venture as Sting consistently creates unique gameplay options while drudging a bit on the story. Idea Factory is a well known visual novel producer in Japan, so pairing a gameplay focused studio with a story driven one is just a good idea.

On paper at least.

With this being Generation of Chaos’ sixth entry, it begs to question whether Sting would be able to rejuvenate the series. Did this super collaboration prove successful? (Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection, PS Vita, PSP) -

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