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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 906d ago | review

Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention Review - The Digital Fix

A console launch window is an excellent opportunity to push both fresh IP as well as evolutions of older franchises. The excitement that surrounds new hardware coupled with a limited pool of software allows even risky prospects to gain more sales exposure than perhaps they would have otherwise received. Is it so strange therefore for one of the games released in the Vita’s post-launch period to be a PS3 port – the above market description would suggest that this is a golden period for publishers to push such a development. With Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention however we can see more than just a simple cash-in – for a start the game comes with all of the DLC released for the PS3 version as well as some new material. Coming along with more than just a new subtitle then, Disgaea 3 is clearly a meaty addition to the Vita line up. (Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention, PS Vita) 9/10

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