Reviews and Problems with Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days
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Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days
20 December 2011
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: As a big fan of the Disgaea series, I wasn't sure what to expect when going into this game. I played Disgaea 3 Absence of Justice before back-tracking to visit this game, and was worried I would be underwhelmed after being treated to everything the 3rd game had to offer. But I was not underwhelmed at all.
Summary: Disgaea 2 is a lot of fun. I really enjoy the sprites in this game and the characters are great. I love the included Japanese voices as well. Game play is like any Disgaea game, and leads to hours upon hours of gameplay with multiple endings. Highly recommended.
Summary: After doing a ton of game review research on this game, I decided to take the plunge and try it out. It turns out that the naysayers were all wrong. The game is designed for BOTH the casual story oriented Strategy RPG player AND the hardcore grinding player. There is no need for any newcomer to the game to worry about at all, the advanced game mechanics (such as the geocubes and geosymbols) will take a few tries to understand, and even then you don't need to understand...
Summary: I had so much fun with this game. I bought this game months ago, and yet still haven't finish it. This game give you so much customization, and therefore it has a tremendous replay value. Also i love the story of the game, its funny and heart warming. The multiple ending just have you coming for more.
Summary: Disgaea 2 has got to be one of my favorite games. You play as the hero Adell, a young human who feels the need to defeat the Overlord Zenon, a fantastically powerful demon who has turned Adell's entire world into a planet of demons. The setup is that Adell's mom is a conjuror who attempts to summon Zenon through a spell to help her son and to get herself turned back into a human, but the spell goes awry and Zenon's daughter Rozalin turns up instead.
Summary: This game well, kicks ass it is adictive and is the best game on the psp next to crisis core. Role playing just dosen't get any better than this and it has plenty of action, loveable charaters, comedy, and an intresting story. Buy it!
Summary: Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days is not just a PSP remake of Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories but rather a complete overhaul with new mechanics from Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice and some from Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness. The first thing to notice is that the graphcs have been rescaled for the PSP and look amazing for it.