Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited (PS Vita) Review

NIS has always had a wonderfully weird and delightfully eccentric catalogue of games, and the series that has served as their flagship, sticking out its tongue and making armpit farts at the helm, has been Disgaea. At their core, they have always been some of the most hardcore of SRPG titles, a genre so dense and unapproachable that newcomers will always need to venture in with their machete if they are to have even the slightest of hope of getting to the core of the game. Disgaea has always balanced this out by having some of the most light-heartedly, irreverent, and funny plots that could be hoped for, and the contrast between the seriousness of the gameplay and silliness of the dialogue has been a winning formula few games have managed to parallel. Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited continues in the trend set by its predecessors, but it perhaps does the formula better than any of them. This is just a wickedly fun SRPG that succeeds on every front and is perhaps the best reason to buy a PS Vita to date.

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