Chaos Galaxy Review (Nintendo Switch OLED)
For this Chaos Galaxy Review, we go to a world where the great Galactic Empire, which had ruled the galaxy for one thousand years, collapsed under the sudden impact of alien contact and fell into civil war. Many heroes with their own motivations have since set out to conquer the three thousand worlds of the galaxy. In the background of this chaos, a greater threat of annihilation lurks.
Chaos Galaxy Review Pros:
- Nice pixel art graphics.
- 502MB download size.
- Battle settings – animations on/off, and battlefield grid.
- Six save slots.
- The collection shows off any found heroes, units, and events.
- Mouse cursor-based menu system.
- Optional opening tutorial-like missions.
- Fourteen factions to choose from each having unique units, difficulty, type, starting gold, etc.
- Offers a beginner mode that once enabled gives an increased amount of gold and supplies.
- You can skip cutscenes and interactions.
- The interactions and story parts are text heavy and sound like a choose-your-own adventure game.
- Policies can be chosen that change how the game plays and buffs like cheaper unit prices etc.
- The game all plays out over a month turn, at the end of the month you get a financial report showing income and expenditure.
- Click on commanders within your circle and choose from a host of options like training, trades, attack, recruit, etc.
- Multiple-choice encounters can effect the story and outcomes.
- You get given missions and it has detailed info to help and the rewards for finishing them and penalties for failing them.
- The game plays out over a planet system screen and you click on characters and commanders to travel to their planet and interact with them.
- Manage planets within your alliance and invest, develop, pacify, or increase protection of them.
- Appoint governors to run the planets.
- Play how you want and do what you want.
- The game only advances when you end the month.
- Random encounters and situations can arise.
- You are not the center of everything with situations happening between other alliances.
- Save when you want.
- Four ways to get the end game – force Unification, diplomatic Unification, Vassal ending, and the Cosmos ends.
- Very deep depth game setup and a must-play for strategy fans.
- Starlight up kills your gaming time as it just soaks you in.
Chaos Galaxy Review Cons:
- Cannot rebind controls.
- Very text heavy.
- A lot to take in.
- Even with tutorials the game just opens cold and leaves you to fiddle your way through.
- A truly daunting menu system and Hud.
- Slow starter and honestly stays at a steady slow pace.
- The mouse cursor system is not ideal and makes interactions longer.
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Developer: Han Zhiyu, 2P Games
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 6/106/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10