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Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness - Playstation 3

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • Enhanced Customization: The character creation system has been completely revamped to allow for the highest level of character customization in series history
  • Master/Pupil System: The player chooses the master and the pupil, as well as which skills to learn; Benefits include new skills and higher weapon proficiencies for the pupil; The master gets a stat boost
  • Item World: Challenge this battleground to power up your weapons, items, and characters
  • Geo Panels: These status-altering blocks provide bonuses or detriments to the terrain; Change the tide of battle by skillfully manipulating these elemental icons
  • Reunite with old friends and meet a new crew: Bringing back the fan favorite trio of Laharl, Etna, and Flonne, with new characters and a brand-new story

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B00BJH11F6
  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 5.3 x 0.8 inches ; 6.9 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 8, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,405 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform: PlayStation 3

The Netherworld a place where might makes right and today's friends are tomorrow's enemies. After a long journey with many ups and downs, Laharl finally finds himself as a full fledged Overlord. However, the other denizens of the Netherworld do not see him as such, so he sets out on a journey with his loyal(..) vassals to receive the respect he deserves. Along the way, Laharl will meet a girl who claims to be his sister, demons with bigger than usual chips on their shoulders, and find out that even his own body holds a few surprises for him.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Disgaea D2: A Brighter Future Dood! October 9, 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
So I picked up this little bundle of madness yesterday... And I can feel my addiction being refueled with high octane Gasoline and many other forms of volatile chemicals.

This is my impressions as a returning Disgaea Player. Having played 1 - 4 multiple times each, and done hundreds of hours of grinding and the like.

First I'll start with the characters. Laharal, Flonne, and Etna once again take center stage and to be honest? It doesn't matter to me. I have never been a big fan of the original cast personally, And Flonne's English VA Makes me quiver with rage. On top of that Laharal's VAing seems... almost rushed/sub par. Everyone else is fine... at least so far.

The Story is simple, as all of them are, and doesn't get in the way. But only being in Chapter 3 I can't really say much more about it as it's just starting. The Dialog so far has been the traditional Disgaea madness. Sillyness abound and strange sentences everywhere! It's been mostly entertaining thus far so I have no real complaints about it yet.

Now, onto the meat and potatoes of Disgaea... the gameplay. The first few battles are a tutorial to learn the basics of the game if you are new. If not, you can skip the Tutorial aspect and just start fighting. Immediately I noticed some amazing changes.

1. The Movement panels are much easier to see, it's a simple but nice improvement

2. Throwing.... OOOH throwing is more awesome now. you can throw all around you instead of in a straight line. Those that haven't played the game before have NO FREAKING idea how useful that is.

3. The Sounds, Animations, Even the Font have all been altered and I love it all. Battle feels more... well just more.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great October 8, 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
By far this cast of characters is my favorite in the Disgaea series. Anyone who has played the first game will be glad to know that the humor is still intact, maybe not quite as funny as the first Disgaea, but the humor stays the same and the character voices are close to the original's, they probably hired the same voice actors. This is a must have for anyone who has the first game or Disgaea Infinite for the PSP.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best game since Disgaea 1 October 14, 2013
By Trekkie
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Been a fan of the series since pre-Disgaea (the La Pusomething tactics game), and this is truly their culmination of a bunch of great work. Gonna do a brief summary so I can go back to playing it

(Note: This review is written while on chapter 4 after about 18 hours of play mostly in item world and having not finished the entire game yet, so no spoilers capable and more so just some general mechanics commentary)

~Item rarity levels removed. Just streamlined down to Common, Uncommon, Rare, and Legendary (might be another in there). No longer will I be upset I have a level 3 legendary sword and need to find a level 1 or 0 one. That honestly saves a ridiculous number of hours of item world diving

~Item world ships required. Starts you off with one that goes down to level 10 and you quickly get one to go down to level 30. You're very likely to encounter a smaller ship from the cat pirates that also takes you just as deep as level 10. Means you have more searching to do than just immediately farming the basement of item world.

~Character promotions. Now you can have your rank 1 version of a toon just be promoted to the higher rank version of him/herself. Makes life easier at the lower levels of trying to maximize your character stats, instead of having to wait to power level them significantly later in the game.

~"More expensive stuff" rationed by chapter level. So you'll have to find your awesome "You shouldn't have this on your first playthrough" stuff in item world, instead of just diving for a few hours, passing the "more expensive stuff" all the way through, and using your item world money to buy the highest tier items.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My Initial take with some early game tips. October 11, 2013
By Naoto
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Overview:
On the outside this game would just seem to be another disgaea game. Being the only sequel to the series the game does not disappoint with a simplification and expansion of options in the game. I wont go into too much detail as Jack Fox, Badgerlord was kind enough to go into great detail explaining certain facets of the game.

Characters:
Being a disgaea game the characters are generally over the top funny, vicious and petty. I have to say that they don't dissapoint and outside Leharls voice seeming a bit more fast paced then before the characters have their normal personality. I was surprised at how well a sequel 10 years later could keep the same thought process and story writing. They did a great job here.

Mechanics:
Much of the game mechanics have been overhauled and simplified to allow new and old players to enjoy the game while not trying to figure out "This Disgaea's new mechanic for X". They took a good bit from the first game and simplified things like items, character creation, grinding and combat mechanics like "Team Attakc, Lift and Throw, Mounting".The Master and Apprentice system is simplified and frankly should be used constantly.

Base of operations:
More of the castle is accessible, with fun little activities, like double jump, finding the cheat shop, and Etna's not so secrete chamber. overall the fact they added treasure per episode and a cheat shop make exploring worthwhile. Overall they release access to things like Item World, Demon Dojo and the Demon Assembly in a nice way with explanations to allow you to not neglect certain important aspects of the game.
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