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Two years after the death of his father, Overlord Krichevskoy, the demon prince Laharl awakens to discover that the Netherworld is in turmoil. With unlikely allies, his devious vassal Etna and the angel trainee Flonne, he must battle his way to supremacy to retake the throne and become the next Overlord. Experience the SRPG classic, now on PC!
An SRPG from the most prolific SRPG creators in the world, Nippon Ichi Software
Choose from over 40 unique character types
Even with a max level of 9999, use Transmigration to start all over again, but your characters will be even stronger per level!
Delve into the Item World, a randomly generated dungeon world, to level up your items!
With max level characters and leveled-up items, dish out millions of points of damage!
Over-the-top battle animations
Geo Panels - A puzzle game within a Strategy RPG
Lift & Throw - Throw your allies up ledges to reach enemies in hard-to-reach spots, or toss your enemies around instead!
A zany story set in the Netherworld, where the notions of good and evil are reversed
New to Disgaea PC (It's not just a port!):
Updated UI and textures
Keyboard/Mouse and controller support
Includes all content from Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness
New Steam features, such as Achievements, Cloud Saves, Badges, and trading cards
Learn about the long and prestigious history of the Disgaea series @ http://disgaea.us/
Disgaea is a comedic turn based strategy game. The game has amusing characters and a lot of content. While the strategic gameplay itself isn't as interesting as some other titles you can make use of a large roster of character types. One of the more interesting features of the game is an assembly that you can call in an attempt to pass laws that will change some of the rules of the game, get stores to sell better items, give you access to certain features, etc. These assemblies include a lot of very strong characters that will either by for, against, or might appear neutral to your motion, the stronger character's votes are worth more and characters can be influenced by bribing them with items or fighting the ones that disagree with you. Content from the PSP remake Disgaea Afternoon of Darkness was also included in the game. When the game released on the PC it had some issues but patches seem to have taken care of the problems for most people.
Disgaea is easily one of the best tactical RPGs released in the past decade and a half. It easily sits up there with Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions, Valkyria Chronicles and Fire Emblem: Awakening. It initially launched for the PS2 and saw a port on the PSP. You’d think that porting it over to the PC via Steam with a few enhancements would be amazing. Unfortunately, it’s not and it’s all another case of a studio doing a lazy job. Tales of Symphonia saw the same problem. The game was ported over to the PC but there are still menu commands using PS3 prompts and nothing was optimized for a PC experience. Disgaea PC suffers the same issues and it makes one think if JRPG studios are just tossing PC ports out the junkyard because apparently none of them are doing a good job in pouring their games to the Steam marketplace. Most of the problems are caused by the enhancements. You’ll encounter visual glitches, framerate slowdown, blurry images, input lag and even entire game crashes just because you’ve got V-Sync, screen-end blur, depth of field, character filtering and SSAO options turned on. It really hurts me to say all this about the game because Disgaea is easily one of my favorite tactical games, along with Front Mission 3 and Arc the Lad II. The story is its own beast as it lets you play Prince Laharl after he awakes and finds the depths of his Hellish kingdom in turmoil. You’ll be teaming up with an angel-in-training, a seductive demon and a myriad of quirky monsters to take things back and become the next Overlord of demons. Gameplay-wise, Disgaea easily takes the cake as the most varied SRPG in the market. The level cap is at 9,999 – yes, you read that right – and there’s an endless dungeon to help you max out character and item levels. You also get all the extra content from the PSP port too. Disgaea PC had the potential to be one of the best SRPGs on the PC but a lackluster job from the developers turns it into a pile of goo, a waste of money and time. Poorly done ports of JRPGs is starting to become a scary trend and this needs to stop.
You're Prince Laharl, son of the dead Overlord Kricheskoy. You're basically the ruler of Hell (the Netherworld) but the other demons don't really want to obey some spoiled kid like you. So, there is only one solution : you'll beat the *** out of them until they obey. It's a very funny story where our "hero" and his assistant Etna will face a lot a hardship... For instance, an angel sent from Heaven to assassinate Laharl. But the whole story doesn't take itself seriously. It's full of (anime) humor and over-the-top action. Gameplay-wise, Disgaea is among the best Tactical-RPGs (Sorry, now we call them SRPGs...) on the market. The game has a huge amount of depth in its game system. The level-up is pretty straightforward (You don't pick which stats you'll upgrade, for instance) but there are plenty of possibilities for you to use (The item-world to upgrade your weapons,the council system and the famous Transmigration you can use to bring a character to level 9999 up to five times!) . And the gameplay is as over-the-top and cheesy as the story. Each character of a good party can cause millions of damage points during the late game. The special attacks have ridiculous animation with big explosions etc... It's just fun. And, the game's content is huge. There are several endings, secret quests and bosses. Finally there is A VERY VERY challenging ultimate boss to fight. If you like this game, you'll spend hundreds of hours in it. Unfortunatly, this pc port is very lazy. Sure the UI and textures are HD now but the sprites are exactly the same as before (On the playstation 2). Disgaea is not a beautiful by any means but it's a fun one!
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