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: 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.
Summary: I've had this game for a while and enjoyed it a lot. The main character Laharl is a great level-uper, and the customized party option really makes it fun. The little motion pictured scenes for the plot are cute and fun for all ages I think.
Awesome title for strategy gamers and anime/manga fans!
28 March 2008
Summary: Disgaea what can I say? Well it is a great game with a variety of characters to choose and little by little raise his/her stats to achieve ultimate control. What I like is the characters design along with the original Japanese audio with the option of subtitles something very rare in today's games,...
Summary: I enjoy the game play. The in-game music can get a little repetitive. The character personalities are interesting and the character by-play is enjoyable. The storyline is very well written and draws you in.
Summary: Personally, I didn't think was the best Nippon Ichi game. I liked Phantom Brave's story more, La Pucelle's character design is better, and Makai Kingdom's levelling system is better. That said, it's an awesome game. Out of all the Nippon Ichi games, you can play this one the longest.
Summary: Disgaea is a good strategy game. The graphics are outdated, but they are still very decent. The soundtrack is good, and the gameplay is fun. The best things about the game are the voice acting and storyline which are both excellent, and the game takes pride in poking fun at the traditional genre...
Summary: The first thing I'd like to say is that Disgaea: Hour of Darkness for the Playstation 2 is not for everyone. It's a single player strategy role-playing game (SRPG), a genre that many people find boring.
Summary: This is the first 'strategy' RPG I've purchased for the PS2. I generally prefer the more traditional RPG's, whether they be pure hack and slash, or heavily story based like the Final Fantasy series.
Summary: Disgaea is going to be a love-it-or-hate-it game for nearly everyone who picks it up, and it's not hard to see which side of the fence you'll fall on. Chances are, if this game is indeed going to be up your alley, you've already heard of it, and probably own it.