Summary: Pretty amazing effort by Nippon Ichi in wrangling Disgaea onto DS Cart. And surprisingly the game's presentation remains mostly itact. There is a slight downgrade from the PS2 & PSP versions (particularly the almost complete lack of spoken audio), but the games still looks and sounds pretty impressive. Then again, you don't play Nippon Ichi strategy RPGs for their looks. It's the genre re-defining gameplay that matters and this game has it in spades.
Summary: Disgaea DS is a pretty fun game. Full stop. A lot of thought seems to have gone into this and the game is extremely amusing - wanna get rid of an enemy? Throw an exploding penguin at him! Don't look at me like that, that's what Prinnies are for!
Summary: I've always wanted to pick up this title but haven't done it until now. Let's say that I'm really pleased that I did! I haven't played the original but if you're a fan of strategy RPGs then you should definitely pick up this title.
Summary: This game is very addictive when you are playing, but you can walk away and then pick it up and become immersed again. I like it because if you get stuck in the main quest part, you can go and upgrade your equipment and essentially upskill your characters in the Item world. This is a very attractive feature!
Summary: Disgaea is a must have for anyone who loves real time strategy games or likes final fantasy tactics. It is full of hillarious moments that keep you wanting to go on in the story. For the price it has it offers alot.