Reviews and Problems with Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention
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20 April 2014
Summary: I bought this, skeptical of it. Never playing this title, but having a vita and trying to squeeze some fun out of it. -don't get me started on the vita..- But aside from the weird storyline, the gameplay of this is pretty fun. Combat is turn based, but with the added aspect of movement. I had a blast playing. But I skipped all the cut scenes.
Summary: I'm a fan of the Disgaea series and I'm loving this game. It's the usual Disgaea game with its fun battles, entertaining plot/story, and its distinctive sense of humor. Other great traits of this game are the amazing job the voice actors did and the superb amount of content this game provides, especially when compared to other handheld games.
Summary: Don't know what else to say, other than, if you've played and enjoyed the other Disgaea's you'll enjoy this portable version just as much. Story is pretty odd, but it has good voice actors. And just as every other Disgaea before it, it's hours upon hours upon hours of gameplay. If you're not into tactics games, or grinding, you may not enjoy this.
Summary: If you played Disgaea 3 Absence of Justice great. but when you play Disgaea 3 Absence of Detention you can feel the difference between both games. first the rear touch is the R2 and L2, and when use the square + R2 you have the free camera. Animations when speach, add on characters like Zetta (in disgaea 3 Absence of justice you only get it pay for it) is the same story but in Detention offer more information around the main theme.
If you like Disgaea on your portables you have probably already bought this :P
Robert N. Eublind, Amazon
2 January 2014
Summary: SRPGs aren't for everyone, I personally love them and Disgaea has consistently brought its own charm to the genera. I loved 1 & 2 on the PSP and the fact that Disgaea 3 was coming to the Vita is the reason I decided to get a Vita. So far I am not disappointed :) If you are new to the series for the most part each game stands alone. There are some cameo appearances by characters from previous Disgaea and non Disgaea games. Those tend to be more of a fun nod to fans.
Summary: This is the best way to play a Disgaea game. Playing on the go lets you put those hours in any time, any where. Grind on the go. Nothing like playing through an item world while riding the bus to work or passing that homeroom bill in bed. Also very nice not to have to take up the TV if you have other people (or want to watch football or something while playing). The game is still great.