PSX Extreme writes: "When the original Disgaea: Hour of Darkness hit store shelves for the PS2 back in August of 2003, few knew what to expect from Nippon Ichi Software. But it quickly became a strat/RPG phenomenon that dragged down high scores from critics around the world, and the niche title spawned a legion of hardcore followers. Later, NIS provided several sequels and follow-ups, including La Pucelle Tactics and Phantom Brave, and with each successive entry, the gameplay got deeper and deeper…and deeper. If a player was so inclined, he/she could take advantage of the almost non-existent level cap and jack characters all the way up to Lv. 9999, and if you factor in the complex Transmigration system, there are hundreds upon hundreds of hours of entertainment. We're always looking at some of the most intricate video game titles on earth when it comes to the Disgaea series, so is it any surprise to learn Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice for the PS3 will probably be the deepest yet? Nah, of course not. But are you prepared for it?"