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Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten (Premium Edition) - Playstation 3
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- Bigger, funnier, and better than ever before!: More levels, more features, more customization options, improved visuals
- Takehito Harada's beloved artwork is completely redone and reanimated to take advantage of the highest resolution possible.
- Compare your game data with your friends over the internet and figure out who the master strategist among you is.
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Fuka, a major character from Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten, comes to life as a figurine! This amazing package includes a fully detailed Fuka figure, as well as an artbook that will let you explore the world of Disgaea 4 page by page.
Create your own pirate and invade other player's world!
Create your own army of darkness!
Massive number of special skills!
Tons of character to choose from!
Various puzzles on battle map!
Create your own dungeon and share it with other players!
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!
Top Customer Reviews
Now is Disgaea 4 worth it or could you just pop in your Disgaea 3 disc and not miss a thing? The answer really depends on how much the tweaks matter to you. Here are the ones I felt were most important:
Graphics: They updated all the sprites and animations so the characters look really sharp, nothing revolutionary but the artistic feel is improved.
Characters: I didn't particularly like the characters in 2 or 3 but I think 4 has a very nice group of characters whose chemistry might end up rivaling that of Laharl and friends. The story is still pretty over the top and plays a minor role in the game but the jokes are less forced than 2 or 3. Voice acting is top notch.
Monster character improvements: They made monster characters a bit stronger now. (I never used them before 4 in my core party). Monster characters can fuse together to make a giant version, they have 3 evility slots instead of 2 for human characters, when they magichange they confer their evility bonuses to the wielder. Capturing monsters is also more interesting, you torture them to have them join you or give you items or gil. I think they also took out queuing 2 weapon skills together into a combo (introduced in Disgaea 3).
Story maps: Story maps had more puzzle elements to them. Obviously if you overlevel, you can just steamroll everything, but if you want to put a minute of thought into planning the fight, you can do that too now.
These last 2 were important for me.Read more ›
One of the first things you will notice is that there is a smaller amount of classes available in this game compared to Disgaea 3, and I count that as a good thing. D3 tried to be "PC" and have both a male and female version of as many classes as possible, meaning you'd get a male Gunner and a female Gunslinger, which were still basically the same class. While some classic classes don't make a return (no angels, no EDFs), there are new ones to compensate (including one that is very much like an upgraded EDF), as well as classes from the previous two titles like Beastmaster and Sorcerer. Geopanel and Geoblock mechanics have not been touched, nor have the classic tagteam attacks. You still gain mana from kills that has to be spent on learning skills/evilities, boosting your skills, etc, and the classroom club mechanic from 3 returns in an upgraded (and not nearly as annoying) format as well. The biggest change/upgrade comes with monster characters. The ability to magichange into weapons returns, but is now accompanied by "fusion" which lets you merge two monsters into one super monster for that one battle, as well as being able to duel wield magichanged monsters. You can even fusion and then magichange for some truly ridiculous combinations.Read more ›
Naturally, I started with the first Disgaea. The characters grated on my nerves. I didn't understand the appeal at all, but years of JRPGS had lowered my tolerance of "loli/shota" stylistic characters. That was a majority of why I ended up dropping it after losing interest. While the game mechanics were interesting with picking units up and throwing them, throwing exploding penguins, randomized gear, and geo panels - it just couldn't keep my interest.
So when Disgaea 2 came around, I was hesitant to try it. Remembering how incredibly fun Disgaea's mechanics had been though, I decided to give it a shot despite having dropped the first one.
It was awesome.
I loved the characters, the storyline, the mechanics again, the dialogue - everything, zam. It was exactly the type of game I typically went for design-wise. Your main cast consisted of a do-gooder servant demon, a sheltered princess, kids (but actual kids, so it didn't bother me), an adorable ninja with something of a speech impediment, and a manservant of a frog. For once, I didn't have to lose myself entirely in the generics and game mechanics and actually found myself looking forward to the next chapter and seeing how the story moved along. Eventually, as tends to happen with these games, I started getting a little OCD with the item world near the end and failed to complete that one, too.
FAST FORWARD to Disgaea 4.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As usual another very good and entertaining game from Disgaea Franchise.
One thing I like about disgaea is that they stay true to the roots of disgaea. Read more
A very fun game with a lot of options. Bought it for the boyfriend as a gift, as he played the other disgaea games. Read morePublished 6 months ago by H3893696
I payed 40$ for the premium edition and i got the normal one but still okayPublished 13 months ago by Germain T.
A great evolution of the Disgaea franchise, adding many new mechanics (such as giant monster fusion, and giant magichange and online pirate ships) and an adorable array of varied... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ovada
Got this for my boyfriend who loved the first Disgaea, very pleased with the purchase through Amazon's Gold Box special. Hours of fun and a ton of playback value! Read morePublished 21 months ago by Elaine Chan
They kept the snark, wit, and parody in perfect balance the whole game. beautiful story as ever with yet another great cast of characters and never ending playability. Read morePublished 22 months ago by A. Snow
I honestly haven't played this that much since I bought it. I bought it after a friend recommended it to me. The box came with a toy and a book, which I thought was pretty cool. Read morePublished on February 6, 2014 by Lena Carlson