General Chaos for the SEGA Genesis is basically a “satircal arcade/strategy game” that was developed by Game Refugee Inc. and released in 1994. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the jump.

The player views the action from an isometric perspective, watching cartoony soldiers duke it out on the battlefield. The game features a balance between action and strategy. For instance, whenever two soldiers on opposite sides get close enough, close combat will ensue. The soldiers can punch, kick, or block the attack. If one of the player’s men loses all his health points, he will fall down on the ground

General Chaos for the SEGA Genesis is basically a “satircal arcade/strategy game” that was developed by Game Refugee Inc. and released in 1994. ScrewAttack takes a look back at this title after the jump.

The player views the action from an isometric perspective, watching cartoony soldiers duke it out on the battlefield. The game features a balance between action and strategy. For instance, whenever two soldiers on opposite sides get close enough, close combat will ensue. The soldiers can punch, kick, or block the attack. If one of the player’s men loses all his health points, he will fall down on the ground