Reviews and Problems with Disgaea: Hour of Darkness
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Good Start to the Series
J. 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. When he finally awakens, he hears the news of his father’s death and then rounds up his vassals, including Etna, to secure his throne from possible contenders.
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). Basically you place your troops on a good-sized grid and strategically move them about to take out whomever you are currently trying to kill.
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. Overall, I would reccomend this to distributor to anybody looking for collectors-quality pieces.
Summary: Where to begin? The most important part, the gameplay style, holds up to date, being easy to use, functioning, and allowing a large variety of strategies for taking on a situation. Stages make you think about how to got about clearing them and the high difficulty of the latter half of the game only drives you harder by then.
Summary: If you liked Final Fantasy Tactics, this is the game for you. If you hate navigating complex menus, don't bother. It's an older game, but an excellent buy for anyone who likes nerd/fart jokes and excessive in-game micromanagement. The customization is absurd, and the caps on how high you can tweak a character are even more so. I had a blast.
Summary: This game helped spawn many games in the same style or design and many of the games that spawned from this game are just as good or better then this one. The creators of this game were so kind that they went on to make 2 more games based on the style and game play of this one. They also saw fit to give us the crazy characters on a handled game as well.