Reviews and Problems with Disgaea: Hour of Darkness
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Good Start to the Series
J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
19 July 2014
Summary: King Krichevskoy, Overlord of the Netherworld, has died. However, his son, Prince Laharl, has been sleeping for two years for mysterious reasons, during which chaos has erupted in the Netherworld.
Summary: You've got a very long storyline with multiple arcs to it. There are several places where there are endings and you can then start a "new game plus" with all of your same equipment and people, minus the ones you have to pick up by way of the storyline.
Summary: the bratty prince laharl becomes overlord of the underworld. his vassel etna and his.....well i would call her his protector, flonne try to save the underworld from the humans as they invade it. it is HALARIOUS and i recommend for teenagers who like adventure and a big can of BUTT-WHOOP!
Summary: I'm frankly surprised that there are so few reviews for this game. This game is a cult classic; it's somewhat of a JRPG but the fighting system is more of a Final Fantasy Tactics (which probably nobody under a certain age even knows about).
Summary: When this product arrived, I was beyond satisfied. Upon opening the UPS box in which it arrived, I was surprised to see the game in it's original shrinkwrap, as if I had picked it up off the shelf when it was still in circulation.
Summary: Disgaea is a lot of fun if your into strategy games like Final Fantasy Tactics. Though the game play is not as in depth as tactics it is enjoyable. But like most games the game play can be monotonous, though the combinations of job classes and weapons that can be used adds to it a bit.