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Jedah, lord of one of the three hells, has gathered the Darkstalkers. They must fight to save their demonic world...they must fight to save their souls. DarkStalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower possesses a compelling cast of monstrous warriors, each possessing their own unique fighting skills and abilities. This fierce brawler not only encompasses all eighteen menacing characters from the previous five critically acclaimed installments of the franchise, but it is also re-mastered to include additional content, game modes and wireless content especially for the PSP.
The game features various modes of play including arcade, training and network, all with their own demonic challenges to face. The real challenge though lies in the new tower mode; select three characters from the extensive roster and ascend to the pinnacle of a mysterious tower where many opponents await players. Each fight is a one-on-one battle and your energy does not replenish after each fight. Pitting the right competitor against an opponent will be the key to success to rise up the Tower as far as possible.
With it's full line-up of monsters, various modes of play and wireless gaming for two-player action, DarkStalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower is set to redefine hand held fighting by delivering the quintessential arcade game to the PSP handheld system.
It makes a great time waster and has matches you can just jump right into. The gameplay is fun and sometimes challenging. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dominic
All the characters, lots of games modes, great graphics and sound.
I loved Capcom's 2 player beat em' ups, and I love mythical monsters so this is likely to be a hit! Read more
the graphics in darkstalkers is umbelivable. its a stylish, great kick ass beat em up and easly one of the best games on the psp.Published on 19 Jan. 2006
I have been a devoted Capcom Beat 'em up fan for too many years now and after being brought up in the Street Fighter II era I was excited to see this title hit the PSP. Read morePublished on 21 Nov. 2005 by Liam Sheridan