Excerpt: Vamos a estrenar la sección de análisis de Digital y Más con uno de los juegos de rol estratégicos más emblemáticos de los últimos años: Disgaea DS, un port para Nintendo DS de Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, el aclamado SRPG de Nipon Ichi Software para PlayStation 2.
Excerpt: Done well, RPGs can be extremely gripping experiences. It’s always a nice feeling when you come across one you really enjoy, getting involved in the story, upgrading your characters then watching ingenious strategies you’ve spent ages conducting come to fruition and wipe out enemies before your very...
Summary: Disgaea DS is a grid-based strategy RPG, and is mostly a straight port of Disgaea for the PS2. As with the original, players guide Laharl, the demon prince of the Netherworld, through a ridiculous plot to reclaim the throne of the Netherworld in the face of his father’s death.
Conclusion: It’s arguable that the PSP version is still the definitive PAL release, but the DS version doesn’t lag far behind. Such a niche title is a rare treasure on Nintendo’s handheld, serving as a meticulously hardcore game on a device where such games are becoming increasingly scarce.
Excerpt: Disgaea is a turn based strategy that really goes that extra mile. In the very first stage, Demon-Prince Laharl lays siege to a randomly-picked stronghold belonging to one of the many challenges to his late father's throne as King of the Netherworld.
Summary: Disgaea for Nintendo DS is a title that I am torn about liking. On one hand it has all the stuff about the game I enjoy, strategic action, likable characters, and a solid story. But in the transition to the smaller storage media that the DS offers it lost a lot of the little things that helped make...
Summary: Disgaea DS offers a deep strategy RPG experience with an exceptional story, a fantastic script, and a host of loveable characters and settings. An all-new story focus means a completely different experience for the player, not to mention a brand new ending.