Reviews and Problems with Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness
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Summary: Critic Review. 71/100. Its a good game for a JRPG and is really worth it if you like the disgaea series, but the movement of the characters is a bit unusual. The characters feet are not even going with the floor. Other than that, it is not bad at all. Rating: 71/100
Summary: Great game, not as good as the main series, but never pretended to be. A few things in it were a little silly which is why I didn't go for 5 stars, but they experimented with ways to improve on old systems, some were pleasantly surprising.
Summary: Disgaea D2 is more deep the past entries and graphics are top notch. I have already put in over 40 hours in and I have still not beaten the game. I enjoyed every moment of it and the only problem is forcing myself not to play so much
Summary: It may not be the best Disgaea but it is still fun. Really the inclusion of the cheat shop is probably the best feature of the game. This enables you to quickly get around mining for innocents (like statisticians) to get the exp bonuses and just get them outright from increasing the bonous from 100%...
Summary: First than all im a Disgaea series fan, i've played every Disgaea since Disgaea1, and i can confirm, that this is the best, for me, the 1 still being better for the humor, jokes, etc. But this one is so funny and good.
Who doesn't love Laharl? I like one of the previous game ...
J. C. Ly "Jimbolicious", Amazon
27 January 2015
Summary: Who doesn't love Laharl? I like one of the previous game where Monsters can transform into a weapon... but doesn't seem to be in this version. Certainly was a bit OP... :P Story is funny as hell.. but im always stuck in Item world grinding levels and better weapons... addictive!
Summary: I compare this to Call of Duty in 2 ways. First, it is the best of a genre and a standard that all other games in the genre must be measured against. Second, it comes out every couple of years and it is, pretty much, the same game with some shiny new features that get old quickly.