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Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days
29 May 2010
Excerpt: Like Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness , Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days is a re-release of the PS2 version with a few new additions. If you're not a fan of the series or genre, new features won't win you over, but they may be enough to entice fans into a repurchase. On a big screen, Disgaea 2 's visuals looked good stylistically, but still came off as dirty and blurry. What didn't work on the TV works for the PSP's smaller screen.
Excerpt: It is fair to say that ports are the bane of gamers for the most part. More often than not, something is lost in the transition from one system to another. Not the case with the Disgaea series apparently, as evidenced by the PSP port of the original, Afternoon of Darkness, and now its follow up Dark Hero Days. Disgaea 2 is hands down one of the best strategy RPGs on the market today.
Summary: Sure it's a port of a three year old role-playing game, but Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days is an adventure game worth reliving. This PSP port does more than mimic the PlayStation 2 original; it improves on it in every way possible. With more missions, characters, enemies, weapons, spells, rules and extras, Dark Hero Days is a must-own for everybody even remotely interested in tactical role-playing games! This product was submitted by the publisher for review.
Conclusion: Trying to assemble and a list of all the stuff you can do in Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days would be an exercise in excessive discourse. The game pushes its content into near overkill levels, but moderate to hardcore strategy RPG fans should have little trouble devouring ever last morsel. However, if tactics inspired RPG's aren't your particular cup of tea, Dark Hero Days isn't going to be the one to change your mind.
Conclusion: When you look at what Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days has to offer, it’s a no brainer that this is the meatiest PSP title released to date. For the price point of $29.99 you get a solid and engaging storyline, additional gameplay chapters and features not seen in the original release for the PS2.
Summary: Obstojí náročný sport jako je tenis v podání série Everybody's na handheldu PSP? Série Everybody’s (Hot Shots) od Clap Hanza je vcelku populární a známá svou chytlavostí a zábavností. Většina z vás pravděpodobně zná golfovou variaci, která se dostala jak na konzole Playstation, tak na handheld PSP. Ovšem dnes tu máme jiný sport, neméně oblíbený, a to tenis. A jak že se to hraje na PSP? To vám zodpoví následující řádky.
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