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Submitted by deanomac98 846d ago | review

Find Your Inner Geek Game Review: Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories

While the JRPG hasn’t quite been able to rekindle in this generation the same sort of fervor that the genre so dominantly held onto in the PS1/PS2-era, the recent release of Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories on PSN at least serves as a faithful nostalgia trip to the days of challenging, complex, yet deeply rewarding strategy and RPG combat. Seeing release after 7 years from its initial debut, Disgaea 2 brings a lot with it: an at-times overwhelming yet incredibly intricate combat system, huge amounts of content to keep you coming back, but probably most of all, delirious amounts of charm, humor, and character that keep you invested in a world (and series) as kooky as Disgaea. (Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories, PS3) 8.3/10

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