Excerpt: Initially, I worried that I wouldn't have much to say about Disgaea: Infinite .In truth, it doesn't really play like anything I've ever encountered. From a traditional standpoint, Infinite is lacking nearly all of the elements that make a game-character development, free-roam, battle systems,...
Conclusion: Limited control and depth, coupled with a high price, retract somewhat from this title. However, this campy visual novel plays directly at Disgaea fans and works the crowd like no other. It fits perfectly on the PSP and is a fun way to veg out.
Excerpt: You will agree with me if I say that Disgaea is a niche franchise with a hardcore following. Yet the SRPG series has made quite a name for itself thanks to extremely deep gameplay and amusingly ridiculous storyline.
Summary: The Disgaea series has grown from being a beloved SRPG series with incredibly funny, well-acted dialogue into an anime and manga series, an excellent PSP side-scrolling platformer with Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? , and now, an amusing, but flawed visual novel.
Summary: Disgaea Infinite comes at a strange time in the PSP life cycle. After completing the one and only play through of the game I was getting shades of Shadow of Destiny, a title recently re-released by Konami that was a launch era title for the PS2.
Excerpt: Disgaea Infinite is a different sort of game. It may very well skirt the definition of what a game is... but that's a discussion for another time. Disgaea Infinite is a graphic adventure novel, or "visual novel.
Summary: Disgaea Infinite is exactly what I look for in an adventure game. It features a great cast of characters, some excellent voice acting and the controls are simple and fun, allowing the story to take center stage.
Excerpt: Look out, he's on the hunt for pudding, dood! Prinnies, unite to save yourselves... and your salaries, dood! Disgaea Infinite trails one particular Prinny as he adventures through Laharl's castle trying to make sure the Overlord doesn't find out that you fell asleep on the job and to stop Lord...
Pros: Some good voice acting, Some funny situations, Very nice/clean animations, Very, Very, Short in every regard