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Deep game held back by a feeling of "been there, done that" 0

The Good:-Amazingly deep turn-based strategy roleplaying game.  I've sunk dozens of hours into Disgaea 3, and have only scratched the surface of its post-game goodness.  The new evilty system and the class world add a bit to the gameplay as well.-Continued refinement of the Disgaea combat system.  Certain additions and changes have been made to the familiar turn-based combat, but nothing that will throw off old pros.  You can now combine certain special attacks between two characters, and there ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Welcome to Evil Academy, honor students. 0

Fans of the hybrid-genre strategy-RPG have probably already played through a Disgaea game before. It’s a parody of the genre itself, making fun of every aspect the genre keeps sacred and exaggerates it. Disgaea’s known for it’s ridiculous stats, level caps, and gameplay length (try over 1,000 hours). And with each installment, everything becomes more and more ridiculous. For example in Disgaea 3, one of the trophies is to cause over ten billion damage to an enemy, while another trophy is rewarde...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A Disgaea for the Ages! 0

 The current Generation of Console’s have had quite a churn of games over the last few months, all of different genres and sizes; however they’re lacking in the one place Gamers care about more than graphics, soundtrack and all other inherent traits.  Yep, you guessed it; they all lack a decent play-time length which we demand from our money.  Well, off that dark horse rides in Nippon Ichi Software with Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice, the next chapter in the long-awaited strategy based Series.Now...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Awesome 0

I definitely think that this is the best Disgaea yet.  At first I was not sure how to react to some of the changes, like not getting new abilities through skill use but rather buying them with Mana.  But then I started liking them because they not only created support for it through things like +50% and groups that allow people to absorb the mana gained by other peope.  Then there is the ultimate reason I just love this system and that is there is a reason for other people to actually get mana. ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Awesome game 0

Not much for me to say, its a kickass game. If you like SRPG then disgaea isn't even a game you need to think about getting, just go and buy. If you want to try the SRPG then I would start with Disgaea franchise, I love the story in this game its so backwards, the dialogue is awesome. The characters are all soooooo weird, but funny. Gameplay is faster then most of the SRPGs out there. JAPANESE VOICE ACTING IS IN THE GAME, I love that, I can't stand dubs. Other then Uncharted and MGS4 this is up ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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