Reviews and Problems with Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten
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2 July 2014
Summary: A great evolution of the Disgaea franchise, adding many new mechanics (such as giant monster fusion, and giant magichange and online pirate ships) and an adorable array of varied characters for you to fall in love with. The premium edition came with a cute Fuka figure, soundtrack and artbook. It was a great buy, and the game will teach you more about sardines than any other game on the market!
Summary: I recommend this game to everyone, mostly tactical rpg fans. I love this game, you can never get over the level cap of 9999 in any game, i wish more rpg games had ideas like nippon ichi but everybody cant be the cream of the crop. The game arrived on time too so i cant complain, lol. Its been awhile now since i bought this game but i still play it regularly too.
Summary: They kept the snark, wit, and parody in perfect balance the whole game. beautiful story as ever with yet another great cast of characters and never ending playability. What more could you ask for?
Summary: I love this game! It is funny and a fun way to lose track of time! Tactics fans already know they'll have a great time with Disgaea and this will be no exception. I loved it so much that I did a Volcanus Cosplay. The "some romance" part is because no romance will be like the Disgaea 2...
Summary: I honestly haven't played this that much since I bought it. I bought it after a friend recommended it to me. The box came with a toy and a book, which I thought was pretty cool. The game seriously looks fun though, I'm just not much of a gamer these days.
Summary: With out a doubt, a great addition to the Disgaea franchise and mythos. Wonderful gameplay and visuals, as well as a great story and hillarious dialogue. In short, if you love Disgaea, you'll won't be disappointed.