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Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention review
25 April 2012
Conclusion: Point is, the Disagea series is a perfect fit for portable consoles, especially since the game's randomly generated "Item World" dungeons offer countless hours of replay value. There's plenty of new content jammed into this release as well, including most of the previously DLC-only content, as well...
Conclusion: Should you have the fortitude to stick with Disgaea 3, you’ll find a game that is deeply rewarding with bags of charm. Those expecting something in the same vein as a Square Enix production however, can consider themselves forewarned – they’re like chalk and cheese.
Excerpt: Those with top of the line set ups for their PS3 may get excited when they realise Disgaea 3 uses the highest graphical definition available! This won’t last! Disgaea 3 is set in the Maritsu Evil Academy and you play Mao, son of the overlord.
Excerpt: Holy crap, Disgaea 3 is here! There goes the weekend, the week, probably even the next month. Hours upon hours of strategy goodness await players in the latest entry into the Nippon Ichi stable of games.
Conclusion: Dark Assembly’s out, Homeroom is in, and The Nether Institute Dark Academy is now in session. As much as I thought I’d miss Laharl and that he’d be impossible to replace, my separation anxiety lasted all of 5 minutes.
Excerpt: Mao was reading a comic book. His room was filled with jars of specimens from past experiments. The pages told of a superhero that defeated an atrocious Overlord. Right then, Mao made a huge decision. “As of now… I shall become a hero!
Conclusion: The length of Beyond Reasonable Doom is probably the optimum length for an episodic release, despite the game seeming to have more endings than a Peter Jackson movie about Hobbits and a certain ring.
Excerpt: released for the PS2, it sparked a surprising love-fest that encompassed dozens of critics and many, many fans of the strategy/RPG genre. Most weren’t even aware of its arrival, but after such phenomenal feedback, everyone began to flock towards Nippon Ichi’s niche title.
Excerpt: Nearly five years ago, gamers first got a crack at Disgaea: Hour of Darkness , a quirky TRPG set in the Netherworld. This game mixed a unique blend of humor with tactical combat and defied many of the common conventions of RPGs and of games in general.