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Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Arrives On Vita This August
Rejoice, lovers of portable roleplaying games, for NIS America comes bearing good news. The latest game in the Disgaea series, A Promise Revisited, has gotten the official green light in the US and Europe, arriving August 29 in both both retail and digital versions.
For those of you who enjoyed Disgaea 4, you'll be happy to learn that this is, in fact, an enhanced version of that fan-favorite title, originally released for the PlayStation 3 back in 2011 as A Promise Unforgotten. Along with the entirety of Disgaea 4, the Vita version of A Promise Revisited will include all of the DLC that eventually released for the home console version, as well as a whole bunch of new content to boot.
Ask a Disgaea fan which game in the series was their favorite, and they'll likely tell you that Disgaea 4 is the undisputed champ. According to NIS America, A Promise Revisited aims to bring everything that players enjoyed about the original game so much to a new portable platform, along with a bit extra for good measure.
Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited comes packed with in-depth gameplay, everlasting value and the great sense of humor you've come to love, reads the announcement press release from NIS. Waitaminute...'Everlasting value?' I'm not even sure what that means but, anyway, moving on with the statement. The graphics engine truly brings Takehito Harada's characters to life with fluid animations and high definition details. Create your own political party and take advantage of a slew of new battle and strategic features expanding upon the already staggering replay value.
The Disgaea series is well known for being a lighthearted SRPG, throwing players into grid-based battles with enemies whenever they're not exploring large worlds, chatting up the NPCs or just goofing off. Everything you've come to expect out of the series will be crammed into A Promise Revisited, alongside a handful of Vita-exclusive content and features including:
-Tons of bonus content, including brand new scenarios exclusive to this release, adding more backstory to some of your favorite characters.
-New characters, as well as cameo appearances by characters from previous Disgaea games.
-A new tier of spells, job-specific techniques, as well as other gameplay enhancements.
-All DLC included with the PS3 version of the game.
-Brand new music tracks, totaling nearly 100 tunes.
-Hi-res sprites that look even better on the Vita's sharp-as-hell screen.
So whether you're new to the series, new to the game, or looking to experience even more of Disgaea 4 than ever before, it looks like A Promise Revistied has a little something to offer everyone. Look for it to arrive on Sony's handheld come Aug. 12.
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