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Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days (PSP)

by Koei
Sony PSP
 Ages 12 and Over
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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  • Over 55 new battle stages, 4 new story chapters, and a new playable character
  • Enhanced content spanning over 150 hours of gameplay
  • Magichange and Throw/Receive system from Disgaea 3 on the PLAYSTATION 3 has been added, allowing battle units to transform into weapons and units to be caught and thrown to strategically attack the enemy
  • Anime Style Comedy - Like the battle system, the story and characters are all over-the-top and good laughs from all the back-stabbing, good-for-nothing characters
  • Infinite number of battle maps
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B002VJJKCC
  • Item Weight: 100 g
  • Release Date: 5 Feb. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,926 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

THE AWARD-WINNING SRPG HITS THE PSP WITH LOADS OF NEW CONTENT! As the sequel to the most over-the-top strategy RPG ever, the critically-acclaimed Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days heads to PlayStation Portable with a ton of new content! With massive character & weapon customization, 9999 levels to climb through, an infinite number of battle maps, and brand-new story chapters, Disgaea 2 is ready to please the most dedicated hardcore gamers. Play as a human hero devoted to saving the world from a demented overlord, or try your luck as a dumb-as-bricks demon villain determined to become the Netherworlds new superstar! KEYFEATURES - Loads upon loads of new and enhanced content - Try your hand at over 55 new battle stages, 4 new story chapters, and a new playable character... all spanning over 150 hours of gameplay! - Extreme Battle System - The Magichange and Throw/Receive system from Disgaea 3 on the PLAYSTATION 3 have been added, allowing battle units to transform into weapons and units to be caught and thrown to strategically attack the enemy. - Anime Style Comedy - Like the battle system, the story and characters are all over-the-top and good laugh from all the back-stabbing, good-for-nothing characters.

  • Over 55 new battle stages, 4 new story chapters, and a new playable character
  • Enhanced content spanning over 150 hours of gameplay
  • Magichange and Throw/Receive system from Disgaea 3 on the PLAYSTATION 3 has been added, allowing battle units to transform into weapons and units to be caught and thrown to strategically attack the enemy
  • Anime Style Comedy - Like the battle system, the story and characters are all over-the-top and good laughs from all the back-stabbing, good-for-nothing characters
  • Infinite number of battle maps

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Never-ending 9 Jun. 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Disgaea2: Dark Hero Days is a game I HIGHLY recommend to rpg-lovers and pretty much anyone else with a psp. I somehow managed to avoid Disgaea games until now, and boy did I realize how much I was missing out! This game never fails to impress!
Firstly, the 2d sprites surprisingly work well and animations (especially for Adell's skills) are AWESOME, i never get tired of seeing the over-the-top attacks. The game play, strategy based, is also good: there are many ways to 'skin a cat'- you could have a 1-on-1, you could surround it and pummel it to death, you could combo it (different from surrounding ;] ) you could 'stack' your characters and.... i could go on!
There is the main story, its nicely planned, no pacing issues, some MAJOR plot twists here and there. The story isn't too long but provides nice humour and battles. Once you've beaten that mode, its over.... THEN you unlock a 2nd story after-wards- which i fail to have completed yet. Oh and the music is catchy, some tunes will get stuck in your head -Prinny My Love- for e.g is a decent tune.

There's probably too much to write about; the depth in battles, the Item World (i could write paragraphs on that alone), the extra stages, the dark stages, the DARK ASSEMBLY!!!!! to name a few and the fact that you can reach level 9999 and deal damage in the billions (yep, no spelling error) in this game just gave the word 'grinding' a whole new dimension!

Seriously, this is a worthwhile game for psp owners, you will definitely get your moneys worth. RPGamers should have bought this on release date and anyone else is GUARANTEED to have a great experience, don't knock it til you've tried it and I'm sure you won't regret it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Disgaea 2 :Dark Hero Days 27 Feb. 2010
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Loved the first Disgaea(psp)& this is even better!
It's got a lot more going on this time around with different geo panel effects(some of which even sprout feet & walk around the maps!!),Pirates,Mystery Rooms,treasure chests to unlock,...oh,& a post office among other things!
Levelling up characters,weapons,armour & items is pretty much similar to the original & you can get completely engrossed exploring the item worlds for hours,...or as long as the psp battery charge lasts anyway!!Very addictive & highly recommended!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Un-put-down-able!! 25 Feb. 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If you find yourself on this page considering buying Disgaea 2, chances are you've played the original or at least know your way around that oh-so niche category of strategy RPG. So, in terms of gameplay, you should all know what to expect from Disgaea 2, so I won't delve into the details other than saying that it's all very solid and much akin to its predecessor. There are a few improvements and new features here and there, all of which serve to improve the experience. I won't even begin to start listing them all because you can find out about them elsewhere.

What other reviewers may underplay is the game's sublime presentation. While the anime style and 2D sprites are not to everyone's tastes, the animations and sound effects are of high quality, only to be surpassed by the top-notch voice acting in the cutscenes which, while consisting mostly of static portratits, when combined with the quirky script and characters, provide plenty of personality. The soundtrack is standard Disgaea fare, i.e., catchy upbeat tunes that are a welcome change from the uninspired offerings of other games. One pothole in the pleasant adventure of the story, however, is that I found the main character to be a whole lot less endearing compared to Laharl in the original. The role of the anti-hero and their refreshing attitude is left to the supporting cast, such as Adell's family. The upshot to this is the new mode for Dark Hero Days which focuses on Axel, a character I found more three-dimensional than Adell, who by the end sounded like a broken record repeating the same proclamation of keeping promises and contradictory values.

The story is just the tip of the iceberg, with so much to do in the post-game.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hardcore TRPG but incredibly fun! 4 Sept. 2011
By Lee
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I loved the first Digaea on DS and now I'm loving Disgaea 2 on PSP.
If you're traveling long distances this is a perfect option. It's way to addicting.
It's described as hardcore in some reviews and I can confirm that it has some really deep gameplay.
It's not that it's too hard, but it's a lot of leveling up you'll be doing apart from the main story.
One of its greatest assets is its unique sense of humor. It doesn't really take itself too serious and 'being a demon' is hardly to be taken serious. I think this makes the deep gameplay more easy going.
Disgaea series is definitely belongs to the to (or perhaps IS the top) of Tactical Role Playing Games.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very enjoyable 15 Feb. 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the first game in the Disgaea series that I have played, and I certainly wasn't disappointed. The entire thing, story, graphics, music and gameplay went well together to create a blend of game that I felt very at home with.

First things first, Disgaea 2 is a fairly standard SRPG type game, with attacks, defend, special attacks, items and suchlike. The battle system is nothing to write home about, though I did find the combo and support attacks to be quite good, and the levelling up of skills based on times used and the gaining of these skills from different items was impressive. Aside from the main battle gameplay in the story, there are extensive other tasks to be accomplished, such as a bribing officials minigame where you can change the rules of the game, along with an item dungeon that goes on for a long time. Also, there's a nice extra mode after you've completed the game which adds a lot of replay value. Another nice addition is being able to go back and play through levels that you've completed already.

The graphics aren't current generation home console graphics, and look nothing like the graphics of new games on the PS3 or Xbox 360. However, as the PSP is a handheld console, this isn't a big deal, and for a handheld console, there's no argument that the graphics are actually really good. Characters are reasonably detailed, and the backgrounds are quite nice too.

Music, whilst not something that I usually pay attention to in a game, as the volume is usually low or off, was fitting to the type of game that Disgaea is. The voice acting is a different matter though, and after a while the voices of the main characters start to really grate.
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