Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos review

  • Customizing XP distribution
  • Persuading enemies to your side
  • Captain's skill abilities
  • Menus are a drag
  • The needless complication
  • Game slowdown

Unfortunately, Aedis Eclispe doesn’t improve enough over the original to advance an entire letter grade. The menus are still clunky and overcomplicated, and the dynamic battles often resemble a chaotic clash of toddlers. Outside of choosing your battle formation, trying to move yourself and your sentries around the combat field will make you feel like the frustrated coach of a pee-wee athletic team at the beginning of any rag-tag sports movie - except AE:GoC never pulls it together in time for the big game.

Although a lot has been streamlined in Aedis Eclipse, things still take a ridiculously loooong time. And performing special moves always executes a tedious, unimpressive, and unskippable display of sprites, and often times will result in an icky graphical slowdown we thought we'd moved beyond.

More Info

Release date: Apr 24 2007 - PSP (US)
Available Platforms: PSP
Genre: Strategy
Published by: NIS America
Developed by: IDEA FACTORY
ESRB Rating:
Everyone 10+: Alcohol Reference, Fantasy Violence, Language


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