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Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited - PlayStation Vita Standard Edition

Platform : PlayStation Vita
Rated: Teen
36 customer reviews
Metascore: 82 / 100

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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 & Japanese in-game voices.
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The original game had a cast and story that was widely praised as one of the best in the series, and this PlayStation Vita version offers players a chance to relive that adventure on the go, and with brand-new content! Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited comes packed with in-depth gameplay, everlasting value, and the great sense of humor you've come to love. The graphics engine truly brings Takehito Harada's characters to life with fluid animations and high definition details. Create your own political party and take advantage of a slew of new battle and strategic features expanding upon the already staggering replay value. Grab your PS Vita and stop the Corrupternment's evil doings with the power of...sardines?

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  • ASIN: B00IFF0SH2
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 4.1 x 0.5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 12, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Robert Barton on August 15, 2014
EDIT: 1/2/15

A patch has been released and has fixed text issues, the Baciel voice bug, and apparently managed to optimize the framerate a bit. I have confirmed that voice bug *and* text issues have been fixed after playing it. Framerate issues are better, but not gone; it seems to vary from player to player. The patch fixed some of the nitpicks that I had with the game so it gets a post-patch 9/10 from me.


I've played every Disgaea game, and I can say that Disgaea 4 back when it released on the Playstation 3, was the one of the best in the series. Disgaea D2 takes my top spot just because of streamlined combat and menus on it; while some people hate it, I personally loved it and beat it to 100%. Disgaea 4 on the Vita (as every port does) tries to bring in some new features and content to justify buying it a second time. This game is worth it alone just for the all the DLC and extra new scenario that comes with it. While I didn't buy it on Amazon, (I bought it from NISA themselves) I've been playing ever since I got it and have been enjoying my return to D4. I will admit that I do miss Troy Baker's act for Valvatorez, but Matt Mercer's act was not bad. Matt Mercer only voices Valvatorez in the new extra scenario "Time Leap".

Here's some of the new content I've noticed D4: A Promise Revisited has:
-The Cheat Shop à la Disgaea D2. While the cheat shop does let you change EXP/Mana/HL growth, it does not seem to have the abiity to change game modes (i.e. LoC/Rasetsu)which is a shame because unlocking LoC in D4 is tedious in my opinion.
-There is an event shop in the base. Just like in Disgaea D2, you can view story events and endings here.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Domon Kasshu on August 12, 2014
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I haven't gotten very far, but the story is just as crazy as previous Disgaea entries. Also IF you have a save file for D3 you can recruit Rutile and Stella. All the DLC from the PS3 version is also included as post-game content. I find waiting for the handheld ports is worth it because you get all the DLC for free.

-Graphics: 4/5

The sprites are hi-res, don't think they were on Disgaea 3 for Vita. The attack animations also seem better.

-Sound/VA: 5/5

The English VA is good, but you can change it to JP audio as well.

-Characters: 5/5

D4's cast is certainly more likable than D3's, Rasberyl was probably my favorite, though Mao is far less interesting than Valvatorez.

-Gameplay: 4/5

If you've played a Disgaea game you'll know what to expect, there's still "move, attack, special, lift, defend, and item" during battles, and magichange. However now monster types can fuse, except Prinnies in battle.

Outside of battle you can do new things:
1. Cheat Shop - Here you can modify the percentage for EXP, HL, and Mana, and enemy difficulty
2. Cam-pain HQ/Senate/Support Group - The Cam-pain HQ is the equivalent of the classroom in D3 however, its been revamped with many new features. Senate is essentially where you do bill votes
3.Chara World - Random dungeons (Not unlocked right away)
4. Data shop, Memory Shop, and Music Room
5. Netherbattle Tournament
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Michael Gallen on November 13, 2014
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Nippon Ichi has made itself known for its deep tactical RPGs despite their humble beginnings with the polarizing Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure on the Sony PlayStation. It has become tradition for them, furthermore, to port titles of their chief Disgaea series to Sony’s portable systems, with the first and second Disgaeas receiving PlayStation Portable editions with added content, the third game originally for the PlayStation 3 receiving a port to the PlayStation Vita. Unsurprisingly, therefore, the announcement of Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited for the PSVita came as little surprise to the gaming community, providing an experience on par with its predecessors.

Like previous Disgaea entries, the fourth title features a deep tactical battle system with endless character and monster classes from which to create at the game’s hub town. In battle, the player can summon up to ten characters from a base panel, with a Game Over coming if the player has lost ten characters in combat, and while the player has several options from which to choose in this situation, such as retrying the battle, going back to the hub town, or returning to the title screen, any of them doesn’t preserve the levels the player’s characters gained in the lost battle like the third entry, providing a greater degree of difficulty akin to the first and second games that handled death the same way.

Fortunately, the Item World, coupled with at least one Mr. Gency’s Exit if the player reaches a tight situation there, makes for a decent, somewhat enjoyable grinding experience for the primary storyline battles, many of which require some sort of strategy, typically involving Geo Cubes that provide beneficial/detrimental effects to the player’s characters and/or the enemy, to overcome.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By N. Warner on October 24, 2014
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For a strategy RPG fan, this is a must play. The gameplay mechanics are incredibly evolved and refined by this version and there are more features than you'll know what to do with.

Comparing it to games like Tactics Ogre, Fire Emblem, and FF Tactics are apt comparisons with the exception of the level of seriousness. Disgaea 4 does not take itself very serious and I found that pretty refreshing. The dialog is constantly humorous and the plot is entertaining.

I had not played a prior Disgaea but I'm excited for Disgaea 5 now.
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