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Submitted by GeekedoutNation 632d ago | review

Chaos Code Review | GeekedOutNation

The moment the game boots up, you are presented with a introduction video of some of the characters presented in 4:3 aspect ratio. “Fine”, I thought to myself still figuring this was a classic fighter that I just simply was not aware of. To my surprise the intro video lasted all of 30 seconds showing off gameplay of two of the fighters, and showing portraits of 4 others, not even introducing us to the entire sizable cast of 14, or filling us in on details to its story. This should have been my first warning of what was to come. (Arcade, Chaos Code, PS3) 65/100

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