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IGN : Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days Review

From the Review: "While many games these days are toning down the difficulty, simplifying mechanics, and lowering the barrier of entry for the expanded audience and "casual gamer," the Disgaea series remains the polar opposite of this movement. Bafflingly complex, arduous, and full of bizarre Japanese quirk, it is exactly what we mean when we talk about a "hardcore" game. It's also one of the best strategy games around, absolutely charming, and a great value for your gaming dollar since it is a near bottomless well of gameplay. As I've said before, if I only had one game with me on a deserted island, I'd want it to be a Disgaea game"

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A beginner's guide to Disgaea

Since 2003, NIS has been giving people a way to help groups of antiheroes accomplish goals of varying degrees of morality. With new versions and iterations arriving every few years, someone might wonder how they could hop into these strategic scenarios. Well, if people check out this guide, they might find a way to make the Netherworld your new second home.

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Go Critic: Revisiting the Classics – Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories

Go Critic: When you think of games that are synonymous with the strategy RPG, there are a few titles that might come to mind depending on when you got into the genre. Shining Force is often credited with bringing the genre to North America, with interest that surged with the release of Final Fantasy Tactics. But it wasn’t until the original Disgaea: Hour of Darkness before the floodgates truly opened and it was no longer unusual to see things like Fire Emblem or Phantom Brave on store shelves.

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PixlBit's Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories Review - PS2 Classics

PixlBit | "Friends, let me talk to you for a bit about addiction of a gaming nature. I’m sure you’ve experienced it before: that sense of falling into a game so completely that it takes over your brain and keeps you up until the wee hours of the morning. I’m here to talk about a recent addiction of mine, a game so devilishly devious in its seduction that you would be wise to stay away, even as I tell you that you should by all means play it. That game would be Disgaea 2, a PlayStation 2 game recently added to the PSN marketplace as a PS2 classic."

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rextraordinaire4020d ago

... Wait what? The level cap is 9999 + rebirths, not 2000.