Nippon Ichi Software and NIS America have made a name for themselves by releasing a turn-based strategy RPG franchise known as Disgaea. Those who never played any of the PS2 titles, let alone the recently released Afternoon of Darkness for the PSP, will be in for a fun-filled action-packed experience from beginning to end. This franchised is heavily influenced by the Japanese cultural from its in-depth aime style and flavor, to oddball quirks which keep the action entertaining.
Within the latest installment, Disgaea 3, players can expand some of same action that defined the franchise, while playing host to some new features. In the first outing for a next gen platform, Disgaea 3 focuses on the Evil Academy, which is an Underworld institute designed to teach future demons and monsters how to get down and nasty with their enemies.