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Submitted by Valay 764d ago | news

Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness announced for North America

GE: "During a press event tonight, NIS America announced plans to bring Disgaea D2 stateside. It will be known as "Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness" in the west." (Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness, PS3)

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sinncross  +   765d ago
Awesome news!

Now bring Laharl to PSBR. That would be sweet!
Catoplepas  +   764d ago
Bring it on.
LiViNgLeGaCY  +   764d ago
Is this like, a remake of 2 or something?
bakagaijin78  +   764d ago
No, it's a direct sequel to the first Disgaea story.

EDIT: Here's a link with a little more info and a trailer:
http://www.siliconera.com/2...
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LiViNgLeGaCY  +   764d ago
Ah, I see. Was a little confused by the name. Thank you for replying. Well I'm officially excited now. The first Disgaea is still my favorite as far as story goes.
Inception  +   764d ago
Will get this with Kamipara (The Guided Fate Paradox). NIS(A) FTW!

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