Dark clouds blanket the withered skies and block out the sun; cracked earth and choking fog rule the land. This colorless world, showing no signs of life, is known as Hades. The barren land is blasted by chilling winds that cut to the bone... This is where we meet our heroes— Yuri, a young girl cursed with a disease draining her life away; and Claude, her protective older brother who will stop at nothing to save her. As they travel in search of a cure, they find themselves embroiled in a conflict that will determine the fate of the world and, just maybe, the fate of the siblings. They’ll lose old friends, meet new friends, and travel on a path that will lead them to the very doorstep of destiny...
|6||Over the years, strategy role playing games have provided a way for fans to become more engaged in the combat experience, forcing the player to think about how each move will count. Of course, this has been managed in many different ways, with franchises like Fire Emblem and Final Fantasy Tactics leading the way. Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection on the other hand, seems to take a simpler, toned down approach and breaks away from all of the norms one is expected to see in well-loved SRPG titles; for better and worse. |
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