Reviews and Problems with Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten
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For the real fans
21 July 2013
Summary: Don't get me wrong, disgaea 4 has an entertaining gameplay and the humor of the game cracks me up. The bad thing is that is too repetitive, and by the mid game you need to grind a lot to pass just one stage. In the end I left the game not because i thought it was bad but because i was no longer having fun.
Summary: I found this game decently fun. The game for the most part was what I expected of a turn-based strategy rpg. You can find descriptions of the game mechanics elsewhere, and the purpose of my review is just to give you my impressions. 1. Story: The story parodies rpgs and is light-hearted. The characters very often refer to terms like final bosses and leveling. The humor is quirky, and I thoroughly enjoyed the humor throughout the story. 2.
Summary: its just another disgaea game. the game is a fun as long as you are familiar with the disgaea franchise of games, otherwise, the game feels a bit other of place and somewhat complicated. the voice acting is quite good as long as you put the Japanese voices on with subtitles, but as always the english voice overs are horrible. its almost too over the top. if you like disgaea, buy it.
Summary: I think this game is pretty cool storyline wise but I don't find it very atmospheric I've never played a disgaea game before this one so I wasn't sure how the gameplay was. I knew that the game would have sprites, but I didn't know there would be a severe lack of exploration. I don't like the fact that you're just in one room the whole game and you teleport to battle platforms you don't get to go anywhere or explore the places you visit.