Excerpt: If you suspect that you might be what the games industry has affectionately labelled a 'casual gamer', stop reading; I'm afraid this game just isn't for you. A frightening combination of statistics, attributes and menu screens glued together with anime visuals and a ludicrous narrative make the...
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.
Summary: Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days is the definitive version of D2, incorporating gameplay mechanics from D3 and expounding on them, as well as some completely new ones. It excels in gameplay, but falls short in the story department. If you missed the PS2 version, definitely pick this up.
Excerpt: In 2007 Nippon Ichi released a very well done port of the original Disgaea for the PSP with bonus extras. Now Nippon Ichi is using the same tactic again for Disgaea 2 . Its PSP release, Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days, also comes with added content.
Excerpt: Released in 2003, the original Disgaea for the PlayStation 2 was received with open arms by RPGamers and critics alike. It boasted a strategic, turn based combat model with highly unusual methods for levelling up characters, weapons, armor and statistics, as well as a quirky, humorous, anime style...
Excerpt: When Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness hit consoles in North America in 2003, Nippon Ichi Software’ (NIS) quirky, anime-inspired title quickly became the game of choice for hardcore strategy RPG followers.
Excerpt: Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days on the PSP is a port of Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories , a PlayStation 2 title released way back in 2006. Despite the age of its core content, the title is one of the deepest strategy experiences available on the PSP.