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- The Complete Disgaea 5 Experience: Enjoy the full Disgaea 5 story along with 8 bonus scenarios featuring 7 fan-favorite characters and classes from past Disgaeas.
- A Legendary RPG Series Reborn: The latest RPG from Nippon Ichi Software welcomes newcomers and veterans alike with a brand-new story and dials the hilarity and strategy up to level 9999.
- Hundreds of Hours of Content: Recruit new units from over 40 jobs and classes then dive in and strengthen them as you see fit in their personal Chara Worlds.
- Languages: Enjoy English in-game text and English and original Japanese in-game voices.
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Originally released in 2015 on PlayStation 4 as Disgaea: Alliance of Vengeance, this new Nintendo Switch version includes everything in that version plus all the scenarios, characters, classes, and other DLC. Take the most over-the-top strategy RPG anywhere with this tale of revenge, and of rebellion. As a new and terrible Overlord named Void Dark seeks to enslave the countless Netherworlds, one young demon has stood to end his reign - Killia. In Disgaea 5 Complete, players lead Killia and his tenacious army of rebels on their dark and dangerous path to vengeance. Filled with more over-the-top action and hilarious writing than ever before, Disgaea 5 Complete will keep you playing for days on end.
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The season pass includes:
Scenario: Disgaea D2: Laharl Episode
Scenario: Disgaea 4: Valvatorez Episode
Scenario: Disgaea 4: Fuka Episode
Scenario: Disgaea 3: Mao Episode
Scenario: Disgaea 3: Almaz Episode
Scenario: Disgaea 2: Adell Episode
Scenario: Makai Kingdom: Zetta Episode
Scenario: La Pucelle: Priere Episode
Character: Girl Laharl
Once you complete the scenarios you will unlock main characters from previous Disgaea installments and character classes also. The character classes unlocked are the highest tier for that particular class so no need to grind previous class levels. For example, you do not have to grind a Mage to Level 5 with all three elements (one blue, one green, and one red to unlock a Star Mage tier class.
You get Female Laharl, Metalia and NISA from the get-go before having to through the scenarios to make them join your party. All DLC characters are overpowered and will make the main campaign seem like it's on easy mode. You can also accept the one million HL (currency in the game) to make the game even easier. All DLC is unlocked after you reach the hub world a few minutes into the game after the basic tutorials. You do not have to unlock all the DLC from the start if you don't' want to as it is optional and will only unlock when speaking to a particular NPC. Just note that the scenarios or mini side missions/story, the enemies will adjust to highest level character you have in your party. After completing a scenario, you'll get around 3 characters form previous Disgaea games for each one and unlockable character class as mentioned before
If you haven't played Disgaea before it's essentially a turn and grid-based strategy RPG where you move units around in order in order to attack an enemy/complete an objective. It's like a video game version of Dungeons and Dragons, or if you played the Fire Emblem series or Final Fantasy tactics it's very similar to that but with more gamplay mechanics. For the main campaign (unless you just want to experience the story and play all the OP DLC characters), you may be spending 25% of time on menu upgrade screen if you want to get really into the game and/or want to grind levels. Tons of post game content as expected from a Disgaea game as you can level a character to level 999, reincarnate them to level one with higher stats and do it all over again.
Gameplay differences from Disgaea 4. Aside from the graphical upgrade there are some gameplay tweaks from the previous main title in the series which include:
-Display of resistance and affiliation statistics when units on the battlefield are highlighted,
-A revenge system that is triggered when party members are fallen where you have acess to a Maougis special attack that can do massive damage
-Certain characters are able to pair up in specific duos to unleash special moves known as fusion skills
-New playable character classes include dark knights with melee weapons, maids with guns, and fairies with support magic, while the soldier, magician, priest, priestess and archer classes from earlier titles returned.
-Characters displayable on-screen has increased to 100, compared to 10 characters on the earlier PlayStation 3 titles.
Story for this game is really good if you're into comic mischief. Lots of slap stick and pop-culture reference humor. One of the first bosses you fight has the same personality as the legendary Hulk Hogan (from WWE) spouting out the word 'brother" in almost every line. Find myself chucking a lot throughout the game with it's excellent delivery and dialogue
Trophy support. Even though Nintendo don't support achievements/trophies, trophies do pop up on screen once unlocking them but it doesn't register to your mynintendo account. You can talk to an npc in the game to see what you lock or unlocked. All trophies are the same present in the PS4 version
Overall if you haven't played Disgaea 5 before this is a must buy if you're into strategy RPGS or enjoyed pass entries in the series. If you already own Disgaea 5 on the PS4 and put tons of hours into it, there's no way of transferring your 100+ hour gameplay to the switch version so you have to start from scratch, which in the long run may have more hours seeing the portability aspect
Maps now have their own quirks, one has water that's tainted with poison that upon entering will poison a character, another map has mushrooms that spawn that when thrown have a area of effect that alters your characters.
Character leveling is also streamlined, you can hire new characters and pay (in game) money to not only choose how good they are but you can also buy levels! You can also really choose how a character grows with Evilties which can buff stats or give bonus abilities to characters, if that isn't enough? You can choose how to level certain moves by buying enhancements.
Right, you hire characters and there's a lot of classes, more since the last game I played (I played D1,2,3,D2 and D5:Complete).
This sounds like a lot if you're new to RPGs, but the game is very simple if you stick to just story mode and the game does a good job at introducing you to mechanics. But if you want deep....well you can level characters to 9,999, eventually do millions or billions worth of damage per hit, throw exploding penguins (dood) or go into an item and battle through hundreds of floors as they get more and more difficult and the item gets more and more strong.
Why this version is the best one to get:
The game comes with all the DLC of the PS4 version and possibly more (I can't say for sure with this I haven't played the PS4 version). If you are looking to play this game though the DLC isn't the only reason to get this one. Disgaea is a game made to be played portable, I had the most fun with the games on PSP and it's the same on the Switch. Battles can take a while, especially in item world so standby mode works great in allowing you to drop in and out of the game as you please and with it portable you can play it in bed or whatever. It makes the game easier to push through if you're trying to dive deeper into the game.
If you have the PS4 version already and you played that a lot, this doesn't have enough extra to warrant you buying again. But if you didn't get too far and you'd like to see more of the game ...I say disgaea portable is the only way to do it.
How it runs:
It runs really well on the swtich, the only issue I've seen is some slowdown when I passed a bill at the senate that filled the hub world with probably 100+ characters. It wasn't constant and it only cropped up for a bit. Otherwise it runs great in portable or docked mode and is solid.
If you're new to the series, I don't think you're missing much by starting here. Disgaea 1 is a fine game with a good story but has many flawed mechanics that make the game harder to play, 2 refined it, 3 tripped and D2 and now 5 pulled it back and made the series great.
This game is fun, with plenty of ways to "level" the characters. Not only is there vast amount of ways to improve a characters stats; and customization; with the endless item world no less - there is also a fairly decent story, great artwork, lovable characters (Seraphina and Usalia are just too cute) and comedy. Especially the inbetween chapter bits or the every changing secretary of the bad guy. (I wonder what life insurance costs for that position...)
This by far is one of the games I have put more hours into than any other game. Even when it gets repetitive; I can enjoy everything it has. Even trying to level up to 9999 with super stats to take on the item world boss!
Now while all that is great; I do own this for the PS4 with 120+ hours in on it. However; giving me the option of an easier to travel/handheld version? This made my decision a no brainer to re-buy it for the Nintendo switch. Since then I have already added another 20 hours in.
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I had abandoned this series about a decade ago after Disgaea 3 was such a huge disappointment. This is a real return to form.Read more