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Submitted by OtakuStudy 593d ago | review

Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories - Review by TOS

Having recently seen a re-release on the Playstation 3, Sam from TOS takes a look at how this game fares many years after its original release. (Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories, PS2, PS3) A-/A+

maniacmayhem  +   593d ago
Definitely my favorite after 1. The rest are good but lacked the chemistry in characters the first 2 games had.

Glad to see the original cast coming back for the next installment.
izumo_lee  +   593d ago
This is my fave Disgaea game cause the characters are very likable. I loved Rozzy's character & Adel was an all around good guy. Yukimaru rocked ZAM!

We got some great gameplay mechanics & we get Laharl & the gang later on as well. OH! and Pleinair was playable for the first time.
belac09  +   593d ago
this was the first disgaea i played, it holds a special place in my heart. ZAM!

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