Lengthy, the most refined of the battle systems and map format, amazing cast of characters (Almaz FTW), memorable, and huge post game (PTA and the Diez Gentlemen). Great for fans of statistics focused RPGs. My favorite RPG.
Before I begin I would like to start by saying that I picked up Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice the day of its release on August 26, 2008. There have been numerous updates to the game since then and I shall detail them first. (DLC=downloadable content from the playstation store) 1. Trophy Support added as of July 30, 2009 2. DLC of Characters from previous Disgaea Titles ($1.99 each) 3. DLC of modes to share states online 4. DLC of chapters … more
The third American release in theDisgaeaseries by Japanese game developer and publisher Nippon Ishi,Disgaea 3: Absence of Justicemarks the arrival of this acclaimed and beloved strategic RPG franchise into the Next-Gen gaming era. A PlayStation 3 exclusive,Absence of Justicefeatures high-definition graphics, including beautiful high-res 2-D sprite character art and stunning spell effects. And although it is the third in a series of games, its story and gameplay stand on their own, allowing players both new to and experienced with the humor, zany characters, thrilling action, and unmatched excitement of theDisgaeauniverse to jump right into the battle.
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The Story of Mao, a Demon Gone Bad Set in and around the ‘Nether Institute, Evil Academy,’ the demon version of the preppiest of prep schools,Disgaea 3: Absence of Justicefollows the puzzling decision of Mao, son of the Overlord of the Netherworld, who after reading a manga comic book decides to forsake his proper demonic upbringing, become a hero and attempt to overthrow his father. But in the backwards world of demon scholastics where good is bad and bad is good, Mao is a top honor ...