Reviews and Problems with Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness
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Good Port of a Solid Game
Lisa Shea, Amazon
15 February 2008
Summary: A fairly direct port of the popular PS2 game "Disgaea: Hour of Darkness", "Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness" mostly keeps things the same, though a few new features are added. The game should be familiar to anyone who has played the original Disgaea, but as a refresher for those who haven't: Disgaea...
Summary: I was hesitant to pick this game up, as I'd read so many reviews that highlighted its comedic aspects over its gameplay, but I am happy to say that I do not regret my purchase. The comedy is there and is sometimes actually amusing, but the gameplay takes center stage as far as I'm concerned.
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Summary: This is a good game with solid mechanics and some fairly comical writing that is certainly enjoyable. The main story takes a long while to get through and all of the extra content will take hundreds and hundreds of hours to complete.
Summary: I picked this game up about 4 weeks ago mainly for the story because i watched the anime. the story so far follows the anime but the gameplay is also pretty nice if you are into final fantasy tactics.
Summary: Nippon Ichi’s Disgaea: Hour of Darkness first came to North American shores courtesy Atlus, and became a hit among critics, with the developer ultimately establishing their own North American branch.