Dark Chronicle, delivered as Dark Cloud 2 in North America and South Korea, is an activity pretending game created by Level-5 and distributed by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 2 (PS2).
It was delivered in Japan in November 2002, in North America in February 2003, and in Europe in September 2003. In January 2016, a copied adaptation of the game was made accessible for the PlayStation 4 through the PlayStation Network.
The game is a profound continuation of Dark Cloud (2000), with which it has similar essential game mechanics, yet includes new characters and plot. Players control two primary heroes, Max and Monica, who should cooperate to stop the game’s principle opponent, Emperor Griffon, from obliterating the world. The game highlights topics of time traveling, with Max and Monica attempting to forestall Griffon’s annihilation by adjusting the past to change what’s to come.
The game was met with positive surveys from pundits, who lauded the enhancements over Dark Cloud, specifically the designs and assortment of ongoing interaction styles, while some analysis went towards the plot. Dark Chronicle won a few honors, and sold very nearly 250,000 duplicates in Japan inside a month.