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Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten - Playstation 3

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PlayStation 3
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4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)

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  • More levels, more features, more customization options, improved visuals, deeper strategy, and a hilarious new cast
  • Takehito Harada's beloved artwork is completely redone and reanimated to take advantage of the highest resolution possible
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Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004TMGZ9K
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 6, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,211 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten(PS3)

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The next installment in this popular hardcore SRPG series is back! Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten packs in more features than ever, along with an all-new graphics engine, making it the first game in the Disgaea series with true high-resolution graphics! Experience this insane netherworld adventure in full hi-res glory!

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This item includes Disgaea4: A Promise Unforgotten for the PlayStation®3 Computer Entertainment System.

This latest incarnation of the popular Disgaea strategy RPG series boasts major graphical improvements, Disgaea's most in-depth gameplay yet, everlasting value, and the great sense of humor you've come to love. The new 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. Finally, Disgaea 4 adopts an all new map-generating mode, enabling players to create and share custom maps with other players around the world! You can even design your own pirate ship to attack them with! Beware!


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Create your own pirate and invade other player's world!
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Game Features

  • Dive face-first into SRPG mayhem! —Players can create and manage an army of darkness to combat enemies on a grid-based battlefield. Each map is overflowing with puzzle elements that can help or hinder you in every encounter.
  • The ever-popular Dark Assembly is reborn as the Senate! — You will have the chance to become the head of a political organization, using every dirty trick in the book to shape the government to your liking. Become the ultimate dark dictator!
  • 2D art reaches new heights!Disgaea 4 has adapted an all-new graphics engine which boasts rich detail and fluid animation.
  • Lv9999 is just the beginning!—Reincarnate your characters to inflict millions upon millions of points of damage on the enemy.

Create your own army of darkness!
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Massive number of special skills!
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Tons of character to choose from!
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Various puzzles on battle map!
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Create your own dungeon and share it with other players!
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Product Description
The latest incarnation of the popular Disgaea strategy RPG series boasts major graphical improvements, the most in-depth gameplay yet, unending replay value, and that oddball sense of humor you've come to love. The new graphics engine really brings Takehito Harada's characters to life, utilizing fluid animations and high-definition detail. Create your own political party and take advantage of a slew of new battle strategies, compounding the already staggering game content. Disgaea 4 also adopt an all-new map creation mode, enabling you to create and share custom maps with other players around the world! And you can even design your own pirate ship to invade other players' worlds! This summer, Disgaea 4 will mercilessly invade your gaming space. Beware!


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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Still Engaging and Fun September 9, 2011
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
When the Disgaea series debuted way back in 2003 it had a unique appeal. It was something that you just simply didn't see a whole lot of. It was funny and was charming in a way. But what made it stand above all else was by far the interesting concepts put forth in the battle system. Since then, however, Disgaea hasn't really changed much. Disgaea 4 is the same way. If you didn't get into Disgaea before, Disgaea 4 isn't going to change your mind. But if you've stuck with Disgaea since the beginning, you may find something in Disgaea 4.

As usual for a Disgaea game, it takes place in the netherworld where you'll likely control demons. Valvatorez was once a powerful tyrant but after losing his powers he has been reduced to being the guy who trains the new Prinnies. Unfortunately he may soon be out of the job when the corrupt government of the Netherworld decides that they need to exterminate every last Prinny. It is up to Valvatorez to save the Prinnies. Compared to the last couple of entries, Disgaea 4's story is actually quite political. This doesn't mean it forsakes its characters, but those not too big on political humor or satire, may not find Disgaea 4 to be that enjoyable. There are a lot of ridiculous jokes weaved into the tale along with some clever parodies and satirical observations. You'll find bigger and better stories in several other JRPG's but at least it's enjoyable to a degree. The characters are likable and charming and some of the dialog is funny. What you may not appreciate right off hand is the voice acting itself. Disgaea has always gone for over the top voice acting and at times it has been annoying. You can opt to listen to the dialog in Japanese if you wish, or you can turn it off all together.
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Feed Your Inner Over-Lord! (In-Progress) September 6, 2011
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Before I begin, I must confess - I am a die-hard sRPG gamer (Super Robot Wars to Disgaea 4). I have played all Nippon-ichi/Atlus sRPGs. My review may be a little biased; I will be comparing them to not only others in the industry, but to themselves as well.

Cons:
-Locked screen only lets you rotate, but you STILL can't change the angle or zoom in and out
-Sound track might put you to sleep after pro-longed play (Also the case in D1, D2, and D3)
-Loosely tied plot line (so far)
-No True Multiplayer. I was (and still am) waiting for the ability to play with friends online, but I was disheartened to hear about the changes made to the U.S. release. An ultra-limited map editor with no real playability is of no use to me or my friends.
-Some battles can't be conquered with strategy; making you rely on brute force aka "powerleveling"
-AI isn't very advanced; they're still very predictable (always go for easy kills first for example)[see below for balancing]

Pros:
-Graphics - You can toggle between HD/SD sprites ... AND you get to change the speed of the battles
-Maps - while the AI has been stagnant over three series, they have always been balanced out by randomized maps, geo-panel difficulty, and play-styles; The same enemy team you find in one map might be exponentially harder in another map.
-*VERY*Lighthearted humor, there will be lots of giggles to be had (Pretty satirical if you're up-to-date with world topics)
-The reward system is great for people who love dungeon crawling
-Character Customization - A one-man-army or an army? Your choice, your playstyle.
-Customization - you can customize ANYTHING; items, weapons, equipment, skills, traits
-Voice Acting - It amazes me where they find some of these people.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loving it so far! September 9, 2011
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I'm relatively new to Disgaea, and I haven't beaten this game yet, so I may change my review at a later date - but as of right now, I am really loving this. I was skeptical because, as shallow as it sounds, I wasn't too fond of the character designs this time around, and I was wondering if the whole "demon" schtick might be getting a little old... I was wrong. I can't say that the plot is on the same level as that of previous games, but the characters are quirky and likable and the dialogue is hilarious, which is typical of this series. The voice actors are really great, the art direction is (imo) flawless, and the music is catchy and cute.

It's a huge bummer that you can only rotate the camera but can't change the angle, and the enemy AI hasn't really improved. Also, I'm not really a grinder, I hate leveling for hours on end, but if you want to get certain things then that's exactly what you'll find yourself doing. The story is a little weak at first but it shows potential. I'm loving what I've played so far, and I'm excited to play the rest... it's not often I can say that about a game recently.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Promise Unforgotten...and the power of sardines! December 2, 2011
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Disgaea is one of the most well-known and beloved SRPGs in the video game industry. Now on its fourth installment (excluding ports), does Disgaea 4 continue to expand the series in new and exciting ways? After playing through the main story and dabbling a bit in the post-game content, I can confidently say yes to that question.

Disgaea 4 is a turn-based strategy game that plays on a grid. In each battle, play begins by selecting up to 10 units from the home base to move around the grid and battle against the opponent's units. By using the basic commands for each unit -- Move, Attack, Skills, Defend, Lift/Throw, and Items -- the player can navigate through the battlefield and accomplish the objective of the level (typically the goal is to defeat all enemy units). Of course, being a Disgaea game, this is just the tip of iceberg -- those who have the desire to explore further (or anyone who has extensively played a previous Disgaea game) can choose to utilize the absolutely enormous set of features included into the game, from passing game-changing "bills" in the Netherworld Senate, to entering randomly created levels within your items to power them up, to creating, customizing, and reincarnating new characters to place them into whatever role you desire. Newcomers however shouldn't be intimidated by this -- not only are most features described via in-game tutorials, but in fact most of them can honestly be ignored if completing the main story is your only goal. That said, the depth is available, and I'd highly encourage exploring at least some of it -- it makes the already addicting Disgaea 4 even harder to stop playing!

The main story focuses around Valvatorez, a vampire who used to be known as the Tyrant.
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Came a day early! Played it an works it was all sealed thanks :)
Published 2 months ago by Amnova
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game for the right person
I recommend this game to everyone, mostly tactical rpg fans. I love this game, you can never get over the level cap of 9999 in any game, i wish more rpg games had ideas like nippon... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Anthony kennedy
5.0 out of 5 stars great
great game for the ps3 and it has alot of content and story line. terrific game. I really like the game.
Published 6 months ago by sally85
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I love this game! It is funny and a fun way to lose track of time! Tactics fans already know they'll have a great time with Disgaea and this will be no exception. Read more
Published 7 months ago by Danielle Lott
5.0 out of 5 stars Disgaea series has great storylines
I like the story so far. The graphics are improved over #3. Hope NIS brings the next one over soon.
Published 8 months ago by RichardTJindrich
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Game!
With out a doubt, a great addition to the Disgaea franchise and mythos. Wonderful gameplay and visuals, as well as a great story and hillarious dialogue. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Cody
4.0 out of 5 stars Do not buy if you work over 40 hours a week
I do which makes it hard to complete this game with the depth it has. I played Kartia for the PS1 and loved it. So I thought I give a srpg another shot in modern gaming. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Unit543
5.0 out of 5 stars Love the Disgaea series
Found it rather different from playing the D3 - Absence of Detention on my vita. The characters were so blown up and pleasant to the eye. Gameplay is about the same. Read more
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