Disgaea Infinite - Sony PSP

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  • More of a player guided mystery rather than a tactical RPG like other games in the franchise, Disgaea Infinite offers players a whole new way to experience the world of Disgaea.
  • An all new "visual novel" style means an increased focus on the funny characters and outlandish story that has defined the series and won gamers over around the world.
  • Time travel back and forth in order to collect clues about the suspect at the heart of the game's story. Things changed in the past can alter the future outcome of the game, allowing for a number of wild possible outcomes.
  • Possessing and making decisions for characters means that you drive the story, choosing what they say and do, giving you more control over the story and world of Disgaea than ever before.
  • Game features many returning characters from the Disgaea franchise of games, including the iconic and quirky Prinnies.

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Product Description

Disgaea Infinite takes the lovable characters and game world of the legendary Disgaea series and throws them into a fresh new visual novel game style, offering a thrilling mystery to solve, clues to hunt, and a suspect to track down. The player is given full control over the story, including the ability to travel back and forth in time and choosing how characters will act, making for an exciting new experience in the Disgaea universe!

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Disgaea Infinite is a single player game set in the Digaea universe in which players must travel through time to catch a suspect in a potentially heinous crime. Unlike earlier Digaea games, Disgaea Infinite is not a strategic RPG, instead it is created as a "visual novel," in which players have full control of the story, taking full control of characters, choosing how they will act in order to get to the bottom of the mystery at hand.

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A Visual Novel Disgaea Experience
Travel through time to catch the suspect and save the day, dood! Disgaea Infinite takes the lovable characters and game world of the legendary Disgaea series and throws them into a fresh new "visual novel" game style, offering a thrilling mystery to solve, clues to hunt, and a suspect to track down. The player is given full control over the story, including the ability to travel back and forth in time and choosing how characters will act, making for an exciting new experience in the Disgaea universe.

Key Game Features

  • The Legendary Disgaea Series Returns - An all new “visual novel” style means an increased focus on the funny characters and outlandish story that has defined the series and won gamers over around the world.
  • Travel Through Time, Change the Future - Time travel back and forth in order to collect clues about the suspect at the heart of the game’s story. Things changed in the past can alter the future outcome of the game, allowing for a number of wild possible outcomes.
  • Don’t Just Move Characters Around… Become Them - Possessing and making decisions for characters means that you drive the story, choosing what they say and do, giving you more control over the story and world of Disgaea than ever before.
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Charcters interacting in Disgaea Infinite
All your favorite characters.
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A character dialog choice screen from Disgaea Infinite
Save the day via your choices.
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Timeline, rooms and investigation progress map from Disgaea Infinite
Plenty of game locations.
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Character talking back to the player in Disgaea Infinite
Full possession of characters.
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Product Information

ASIN B003B3V0TI
Release date June 8, 2010
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4.3 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #39,336 in videogames
#594 in Video Games > Sony PSP > Games
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Product Dimensions 6.9 x 4.1 x 0.6 inches
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This arrived yesterday and I haven't gotten a chance to play through all of it yet but I did manage to sink some time into. If you're expecting gameplay like the previous Disgaea games, you'll be disappointed. In terms of gameplay, this is closer to the Phoenix Wright games than the past Disgaea games, but that's fine by me.

You play a Prinny trying to solve the mystery of an assassination attempt on Laharl. You can possess characters and travel back and forth across the timeline to and see what happened prior to the assassination attempt. It's got the same humor as all the previous games which makes it an enjoyable ride. It's like playing the a Disgaea version of those old "choose your adventure" books.

It's hard to rate something like this though. The game at times has more in common with a short book than the previous games. Personally, I choose to give it a 5 star rating because I find it very entertaining for what it is. The characters from the first Disgaea were always my favorites and I always get a kick out the Prinnies. There is some repetition as you travel back and forth reliving the scenes over again. At the $20 price point, I still feel that I'm getting my money's worth.
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Disgaea Infinite is good fun if you're a diehard Disgaea fan. It offers the player a lot of classic Disgaea humour in a series of fully voiced scenes. It has a fair amount of content to collect; Art, Music, Character Sheets and a database of in-game references/material. The game has 14 endings, with 13 of those based on what actions you take in the game and one "secret" ending.
However, the game is INCREDIBLY short; I completed mine 100% in only a few hours. I'm very disappointed with the length of this game and it doesn't really have any replay value either, however I did enjoy it a lot. If you don't go for the 100% completion, the game will probably only occupy an hour or two. (If you're lucky)

The gameplay features a Prinny playing a detective role to prevent his loss of salary. That's right, no RPG here, just a very short visual novel. While this may sound pretty darn bleak, it's not all bad, I suppose. While cleaning Laharl's room, the Prinny finds a perculiar pocket watch, which allows him to return to certain points in the past to help him investigate the different characters and how their actions affect the story. The pocket watch also allows the Prinny to "Possess" characters in order to try and change the future. This is pretty much all there is in terms of gameplay. Possess someone and investigate; make them say alternate things to change where they go or what people do. While this might sound like you're in control, you don't really get much choice of what or when you can use these actions.

As I said, if you're a hardcore Disgaea fan, you should enjoy this and you should add it to your collection. If you're not, however, you should try out "Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness" first and if you love it, get this afterwards. If you didn't really love it or find it that impressive, you may not enjoy this much.

Overall this game is good for a hardcore fan, but maybe not so much for casual fans or those new to Disgaea.
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I've reviewed a fair number of niche games on Amazon already. This one is probably one of the most niche games I've reviewed thus far.

Disgaea Infinite is a visual novel based on the world and characters of the Disgaea series. What's a visual novel, you ask? Well, in this case, it's sort of like a choose-your-own-adventure book -- you watch the characters interact with each other and then your choices impact how the story unfolds.

If you enjoy cutscenes in your games, there's a good chance you'll like this as well, as long as you realize that this is the extent of the gameplay. Unlike the main games in the Disgaea series, this is most definitely not an SRPG. There is no level grinding, no equipping items, no combat (well, not combat that you can directly control anyway...).

With a game like this, the basis for your decision to buy or not is really dependent on the story. Being a Disgaea spin-off, you might anticipate the story to be both ridiculous and hilarious, and you would be absolutely right. The story revolves around the cast of the 1st Disgaea (Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness being the definitive version of that game), but also includes guest appearances from Mao and Raspberyl from Disgaea 3 Absence of Justice. The game begins with an attempt to assassinate Laharl, Overlord of the Netherworld. Naturally, the attempt fails to kill the mighty Laharl, and he chooses to blame the Prinnies for the attack.
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As a veteran Disgaea Player I can assure fellow vets this game is worth the purchase, even though it diverts from the standard Tactical style of the main series. The game is hilarious as to be expected from Disgaea, the art is beautiful and the integrated game play with the largely story-book feel of the game is interesting.
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