Spawn Kill Review: Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days

Molotov Cupcake of Spawn Kill writes:

"There's no denying that Laharl is one of the coolest characters when it comes to the world of Disgaea. Or is it Etna? Or Pleinair? In any case, the Disgaea series is known for some of its more colorful characters, especially the recognizable flame-haired Etna. Imagine the surprise when Disgaea 2 introduced Adell and Rozalin, completely different protagonists that didn't seem to fit in so well the original game's attitude. With that, a new can of worms was opened, one that fans were eager to jump right into despite initial hestiancy. More Disgaea? Yes please! How could anyone pass that up? Disgaea 2 was released a few years ago now, but that very same experience has been brought to the ultra-portable PSP in the form of Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days. It packs all of the frustratingly hard gameplay, spunky characters, and brand-new story chapters into a package you can take along with you anywhere you want to escape to a world where Overlords run rampant and magical quests abound, with great finesse. This is a port you can be proud of."

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K-Tuck3275d ago

A difficult JRPG-style RTS? SIGN ME UP

rrquinta3274d ago (Edited 3274d ago )

I picked up the first one when NIS had their PSN sale at the beginning of the month, but haven't had a chance to play it yet... so I want to play that before tackling this one, but glad to see it's gotten high marks, as some PSP ports fall short.