Reviews and Problems with Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention
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A Great Upgrade to a Great Disgaea Game
Steven Heydt, Amazon
10 January 2015
Summary: As always from NIS, a great port that does the original game justice. A solid game for the PS Vita. The additional content in post-game and DLC being included was a nice touch with this version. There were also the improvements to the system, such as retaining Chara World upgrades through reincarnation, the added tier 41 items, magichange weapons defaulting to 0 rarity, and Disgaea D2's game over system being utilized.
Summary: Nippon Ichi’s Disgaea series is a tactical RPG franchise renowned for its deep, engaging mechanisms, debuting on the PlayStation 3 as Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice to continue this tradition. As happened with its two predecessors on the PlayStation Portable, the third entry received a port to the PlayStation Vita as Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention, with this iteration of the game perhaps being the best this reviewer has played thus far, thanks to some new features.
Summary: The game has everything I expect from Disgaea and more, returning the item world for almost limitless gameplay, the real game starts after you beat it with 3 additional campaigns, extra characters, secret bosses, and a new ranking system. I have been playing for more thank 150 hours and there is still more to do. This game will last you a LONG time. This is seriously worth it.
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.