Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection Official Trailer Released

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

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Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection

Back in September, NIS America announced that they will be localizing Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection (Generation of Chaos 6 in Japan), a tactical RPG from a conjoined effort of both long time JRPG makers, Sting & Idea Factory. (A team effort which they humorously named “Super Sting””)

NISA has updated the game’s official website and shows us the game’s official trailer which can be viewed here. The trailer is majorly made up showing off the game’s gameplay mechanics, plus characters, and brief synopsis on the game’s plot.

The game is set for release as a digital download via PSN for the PlayStation Portable next year on February 19th for North America, then the following day for the PAL region.

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  • If the artistry is anything to show for it, this game looks really, really interesting.

  • Game looks different than the other ones so I may have to give this one a whirl when it comes out.

  • Hopefully their alliance with Sting can only lead to good things!

  • Why can’t Nintendo of America localize more games with Pandora in the title?  You know what I’m talking about.