Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited
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- Tons of Bonus content added! - Tons of bonus content, including brand-new scenarios exclusive to this release, adding more backstory to some of your favorite characters, all in hi-res sprites
- New and Familiar Characters and Gameplay Systems! - New characters, as well as cameo appearances by characters from previous Disgaea games. A new tier of spells, job specific techniques, as well as other gameplay enhancements
- DLC - Includes all of the downloadable content that was available on the PS3 version
- Languages - Enjoy English in-game text and English and Japanese in-game voices
Evil’s Plan for Greater Good:
Take the role of Valvatorez, a once powerful and feared Demon Vampire, as he plots to overthrow the Government of Hades. Makai Senki Disgaea 4 Return aka Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten is the fourth flagship title of the Disgaea series, a hardcore turn-based strategy RPG for PlayStation 3.
The Promise and His Resolve:
Valvatorez become a Prinny instructor and leaves his dark past after a promise to a woman not to drink human blood. In the world of Disgaea, Prinnies are reincarnated from dead human souls, and their instructor plans to take them to take down the Government after President Hades orders total annihilation of their kind. Invade the world of Netherland; put a stop to the corruption of the government, and save all the Prinnies!
Techniques to Conquer and Succeed:
Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten is loaded with remarkable techniques: “Evilities”, “Demon Fused”, and “Discipline”. Evilities are applied for every character in the game, and it’s used for combat where every character in the game can be picked up to become an ally or thrown if it’s an enemy. Players can use allies who have been picked up for “Team Attacks” or order them to acquire items. Demon Fused is an ability that merges two different monsters to form a gigantic type of a monster and Discipline is used for every captured enemy, to make them perform actions like locate and collect treasure.
|Official Release Date||Aug 29, 2014|
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|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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Simple as the review's title. Solid, fun, quirky SRPG. If you like the Disgaea games, this one is worth a look.
My first review here on the first product I bought from Play-Asia (I'm a regular customer now).
Didn't even interested when doing research about this game (the chars graphic are 'less' serious for me), but due to limited of turn-based RPGs on Vita, I decided to buy this game, and boy I don't know why I didn't get to play this game earlier.
A MUST have for a fan of RPGs especially a turn based one, you'll get tons of excitement within this game, classes, abilities, levelling not just for your chars but also your weaponries, and high replay value for grinding (that was the myth, and apparently it is true), so give it a try, doods.
As for Play-Asia, nice packaging, great and timely customer service, and more importantly, customer oriented, so cheers on getting another regular customer. *two thumbs up*
Great SRPG series long-runner, welcome PS3 port with enhancemet
It has been a successful franchise ever since PS2 platform. Anytime, anywhere playing DISGAEA is my own dream come ture class! BGM, System and characters in one small package.
You can easily spend hundreds of hours in these Disgaea games and still not be bored. They're fun, they make you laugh and they have a lot of personality.
The shipping speed was good too. Thanks!
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