Reviews and Problems with Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness
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The Disgaea 2 fans always wanted
DeadSpaceMarine52 , GameStop
6 days ago
Summary: One decade ago an unknown games company in the U.S. released the perfect SRPG Disgaea Hour of Darkness. It was hilarious, the character development was great, the battle systems complex, & best of all insanely high level caps reaching into the thousands. It was more than worth it's price of admission. Everyone loved the original trio.
Summary: There is a plot, but it's not terribly interesting. The main bonus of this game over Disgaea 4 is there are numerous UI and quality of life improvements. A lot of things have been cleaned up and are easier to work with now, with almost every change being a positive. Plus, you can have a witch riding around on a prinny. What's not to love? For fans of the franchise it's a solid package and worth picking up.
Summary: I have been a die-hard fan of Disgaea since the very first installment and was thrilled when informed that D2 would be a direct sequel to the original game that I fell in love with so many years ago. With the return of the well-loved original cast I felt that this would be a true-to-form Disgaea experience, perhaps more so than any of the other installments. Thankfully, after completing my run through, I found that D2 held up quite well.
Summary: This is the best Disgaea yet. Its as though this time they listened to their fans, took all the things that made Disgaea boring or tedious, things that kept me from finishing 3 & 4, and washed them all away. All your favorite tricks and cheats are still there with some new ones added on. I won't go into detail because I feel like it would be a spoiler if someone had told me about all the awesome changes before hand. Just go get it!
Summary: If you've played any of the Disgaea games previously this will feel very familiar. The game is a direct sequel to the first Disgaea game, which is slighty confusing since there is already a Disgaea 2 that follows different charcters. In this one you play Larhal and have assumed the title of Overlord, but it seems your subjects haven't quite accepted you. So with the help of the Demon Etna and the Angel Flonne, you set out crush the opposition to you newly acquired roll.
Summary: this game is fantastic. i never thought i could be happy to be home sick for a week but it allowed me to get some serious time in on this finally and i love it. it's a fun continuation of the story of Laharl. the dialogue, as always is lots of fun. and there is a lot of gameplay potential aside from the main storyline if you're into building up characters and items.