Gaming Trend Issues a Top-Tier Disgaea 4 Vita Review
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.
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.