Summary: Really that is all that needs to be said. This is Disgaea but on your DS. There is less voice acting then in the PS2 version, but that is a small price to pay. Tight controls, tight game play, vast variety of enemies and potential allies and a near endless amount of game play. This is one of the best games ever made for the Turn Based Strategy fan & the RPG fan.
Very good game, but not quite perfectly adapted to the DS.
John R. Harris, Amazon
16 September 2013
Summary: Disgaea is an excellent game. The only drawback of the DS version is an inability to save mid-battle--which is an extraordinarily inconvenient failing in a portable title, as it makes the game difficult to play in short bursts.
Summary: Any fan of Final Fantasy Tactics or any games in that style is going to love this game. Not only is the gameplay tight, but the anime style art is gorgeous and the game has a wicked and very self aware sense of humor (there's a recurring character who's actually called "Mid-Boss.") It's easy to sink an insane number of hours into this if you're truly into maxing out your army and weapons. It's also highly customizable if you make use of the option Dark Assembly feature.
Summary: Disgaea has loads and loads of pop-culture references and loads of zany humor in it, if you know where to look. The gameplay is fun, and while the story isn't what I'd call an epic adventure (Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim....), it's still a blast to play.