Gaming Trend Issues a Top-Tier Disgaea 4 Vita Review

For strategy/RPG aficionados who also own a Vita, Disgaea 4 is a godsend.

For strategy/RPG aficionados who also own a Vita, Disgaea 4 is a godsend.

Disgaea has always been catnip for die-hard strategy/RPG fanatics. Whenever a new entry arrives, the fans know they’re guaranteed many, many hours of micromanagement fun.

The latest effort, Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited, has recently released for Sony’s PlayStation Vita, and it’s great for on-the-go in-depth entertainment. Gaming Trend’s Kenneth Shepard explains why the title will undoubtedly capture the hearts of franchise followers everywhere. Disgaea doesn’t really change; it just gets better!

Although it’s just a re-release of the A Promise Unforgotten for the PS3, it’s still a great option for strategy fans who own the portable in question. The critic does a good job presenting the facts, and doesn’t waste too much time on intricate details that bog down the review’s pacing. You should check it out.

Disgaea has it where it counts, no matter what platform it's on.

Disgaea has it where it counts, no matter what platform it’s on.

Why We Like It:

— The critic strikes a balance between the game’s corny, cheesy atmosphere and gameplay depth. This is the type of distinctly Japanese production that requires such a balance; the cartoon-y exterior belies an exceedingly deep interior.

— There’s a definite focus on the gameplay, which is essential. Disgaea has never been about the story; the fans love it because of the gameplay.

Doesn’t try to educate the reader on every possible detail. Those interested in this game very likely know what it’s about; they just want a solid summary, which is precisely what Shepard gives them.

Congrats, Kenneth!

Read Kenneth Shepard’s Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Review Now

2 thoughts on “Gaming Trend Issues a Top-Tier Disgaea 4 Vita Review”

I love Disgaea!

This still isn’t enough to make me buy a Vita, though. I need more games, Sony.

Playing it now and having lots of fun. Thank God I’ve got a new reason to pick up the Vita. 🙂

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