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Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited - PlayStation Vita

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PlayStation Vita
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4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews) 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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  • ASIN: B00IFF0SH2
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 4.1 x 0.5 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 12, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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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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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars $40 is definitely worth the return August 15, 2014
EDIT: 8/28/14

Just as a heads up for anyone who's still bothering to read reviews before purchasing this game; in addition to the framerate issue I addressed in the original review, there are a few other issues that me and many others are experiencing.

-Using a Baciel with the "Youthful" personality will crash the game. This is only a problem in the english track as playing the game in Japanese does not crash the game when you use this certain Baciel personality. It seems to be a buggy sound file that presumably fails to be fetched, and crashes the game. (This is the major issue people are having.)
-According to some people, the game crashes when pirates invade (this is not mentioned enough for me to distinguish it as a "major" issue.)
-If you decide to delete a DLC character from your party the following message appears: "(Insert DLC character's name) is
if you watch the event again. on the initial level rejoin your party" This is garbled to all hell, but it is not gamebreaking in any way shape or form. It only seems to be a really bad forced translation.
-Sometimes a "H" will appear in textboxes for no apparent reason, again not gamebreaking, but noticeable when it happens, rare as it is.

These are issues I'm currently aware of; if any other issues come to my attention I'll update this review accordingly. My score still stands 4 out of 5, but if this was a 10 scale I'd drop it from an 8.75 to an 8: crashes are a big problem for any game to have. I can live with the occasional crappy framerate, but not crashes. Thankfully, the crashes are not nearly as bad as Disgaea D2's were. NISA needs to get their heads in the game, this is the 5th consecutive game that has had issues.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Definitive version 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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must have for any PS Vita owner! August 22, 2014
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Finally it's here! For those who have never played the disgaea games but enjoy the rpg and jrpg genre, Disgaea is must buy!
Originally released for the ps3, this ps vita port comes with all the dlc of the original without sacrificing anything we love about the disgaea series!
Hours of fun in the story! Days of fun in the character leveling, customization, and item world, all with the outrageous Lv 9999 character cap!
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5.0 out of 5 stars the story was better than the third series entry September 11, 2014
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This game is everything I've ever wanted in a Portable Disgaea.
the Cheat system replaces alot of the functions previously only available after passing the senate bill for said function. This makes things infinitely more streamlined, even though it doesn't make anything easier. It just removes a step by turning into a "unlock via reward" system.

As for Disgaea 4 itself, the story was better than the third series entry, and I'd place this at second or even first, except the overuse of Sardines as a punchline. It even got meta when in-game they would start complaining about the overuse of Sardines too. Unnecessary and repetitive, but does not detract from the game. If anything, it only characterizes the lead, Valvatorez, as this bumbling fool who jumbled up his marbles at some point after quitting human blood. So it kind of works, but you've got to let it work in your own "head canon".

The only thing that I wish the Portable release had was the option for low res graphics. The lack of the option didn't make the game any less awesome so it's not going to lessen the rating for me.

I'm just excited for Disgaea D2
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5.0 out of 5 stars SARDINES!! September 11, 2014
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Just as expected i'm sinking lot and lots of hours into this game. So if you aren't willing to sacrifice your freetime for a game you can restart over and over just stick to the main story, which is hilarious and as a nice change after Disgaea 3 you have a nice main hero who isn't completely insane. He just likes sardines. A lot.

For those willing to spend more time on leveling for the side stuff, bonus maps and other challenges, this game offers even more of those than the ones before.

As a nice addition in regards to Disgaea 3 you have the "Cheat Shop" which makes power leveling easier, as it allows you to make enemies stronger and gain more EXP and mana.

This VITA port also contains all the DLC of the PS3 version, which saves money in hindsight^^
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