Disgaea Triple Play Collection Coming To PS3 This July In Europe

NIS America have confirmed that they will be releasing a collection of the tactical role-playing games on 10th July. The collection will include Disgaea 3: Absense of Justice, Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten, and Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness, all on one disc. For those who are not familiar with the games, check out the summaries for each game below.


Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice

When the son of the Overlord steals a fake hero’s title, an all-out brawl for Evil Academy supremacy breaks out! Who will arrive victorious: The aspiring freshmen, the refined sophomores, or the mythical seniors? Fight it out, for the sake of the Netherworld!

Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten

In Hades, the Netherworld’s prison, Valvatorez, a Prinny Instructor, leads an uprising against the Corrupternment to fulfill a promise and usurp the current regime. With his Werewolf steward, Fenrich, the Netherworld President’s son, Emizel, the Unprinny, Fuka, the future Final Boss, Desco, and the mysterious Thief Angel, he is ready to correct the stagnation of the demons in charge.

Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness

The Netherworld – a place where might makes right and today’s friends are tomorrow’s enemies. After a long journey with many ups and downs, Laharl finally finds himself as a full-fledged Overlord. However, the other denizens of the Netherworld do not see him as such, so he sets out on a journey with his loyal(!?) vassals to receive the respect he deserves. Along the way, Laharl will meet a girl who claims to be his sister, demons with bigger than usual chips on their shoulders, and find out that even his own body holds a few surprises for him…


Source: Press Release

3 Comments

  1. That’s a lot of game there. Haven’t got around to playing D2 yet, but 3 and 4 could take 10 to 20 hours to get to the end. Which doesn’t sound like much for an RPG, really.

    Only problem is, you’re looking at 10 times as long afterwards on doing everything there is to do. At least. There are things that will slaughter you instantly which leads to hours and hours of endless grinding and learning how everything works.

    They’re just fairly short RPGs with almost infinite post-game content, lots of grinding, learning how the fairly complex game mechanics work, and then learning how to break those mechanics. And lots of Japanese weirdness. Prinnies, dood! Exploding blue penguins with tiny little bat wings??

    A collection of 3 of them may be unwise though, if you plan on doing anything else for the next 3 years or maintaining whatever sanity you might currently have.

    When’s Disgaea 5 coming?

    • for the record the story is irrelevant (but does continue in post game), its more like the tutorial for the real game which is post game

      disgaea 5 is currently arriving on 9th october (according to amazon)

      • The story is an entertaining distraction from the real game, I guess. Not sure it counts as a tutorial, given that by the time you’re onto the real game, you’re still learning how everything works and how to break the game mechanics.

        All wonderfully entertaining though. Even if you probably want to remember to turn the music off before it drives you mad. Nothing wrong with the music, really, it’s just after hearing it a million times while doing many, many levels of an item world (or whatever), it starts to drive you mad. Especially the one with whistling.

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