Reviews and Problems with Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days
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Another Great Port
J. Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
19 July 2014
Summary: Nippon Ichi Software’s Disgaea: Hour of Darkness made quite a splash in the tactical RPG subgenre with its deep and addictive gameplay systems, and naturally received a sequel on the PlayStation 2 entitled Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories. The first game would receive a port to the PlayStation Portable with new features, Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness, as would its sequel in the form of Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days, which, like its predecessor port on the handheld system,...
Summary: So, from my username you can probably tell that I'm a major fan of Nippon Ichi Software. The Disgaea series is the main reason why that is. Disgaea 2: DHD is still the pinnacle of the Disgaea series for me, even after Disgaea 4 has been released. The central reason why that is, is the portability of Dark Hero Days.
Summary: I received this game for my birthday about a week ago. I've always loved the Disgaea series, and the second one was one of my favorites, so I was overjoyed when I got this. It's got the same story line as the original Disgaea 2, but they've added some features that were in the third game, like Magichange. I am almost finished with it, and I have no complaints. Good, fun, classic game in the Disgaea series.
Summary: I started playing the disgaea saga like around 5 years ago, maybe more than with the first hour of darkness. Always been an rpg fan and I love the fact that the psp is now adding several of the best ones back. Love the game, this game means hours and hours of fun. Strongly recomend this one!!!
Summary: Great fun game that will give any player hours of game play.Especialy after the story mode ends you could still continue play and level-in up your caracters.Pick a copy or start with the first Disgaea game witch is twice a better and more entertaning game.
Summary: This game is almost too good. I love the storyline, characters, enemies, stages, weapons, voices, soundtrack, etc. This one game made me want to get many other Nippon Ichi Software Games. The only thing I don't like is the time required to level up.