RPG Fan Delivers a Top-Notch Disgaea 5 Review

One of the deepest and most rewarding SRPGs ever is here, so says RPG Fan.

One of the deepest and most rewarding SRPGs ever is here, so says RPG Fan.

In the admittedly niche strategy/RPG genre, there are few franchises – if any – that have continued to deliver the countless hours of intricate entertainment offered by Disgaea. The award-winning and widely revered series that began back in 2003 has been going strong for over a dozen years and now, the latest installment is here to rob you of every last second of spare time. But that’s what you expected, right?

If you need some convincing and you want to dive into the nuts and bolts of Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance, we recommend checking out RPG Fan. Critic Robert Fenner pens an excellent review that illustrates the highlights, dissects the ins and outs of a mind-bogglingly deep production, and provides the reader with a candid conclusion. The result is a nicely paced and involving review that keeps us reading from the first sentence to the last. And we learn a lot in the process as well.

Of course, if you’ve never played a Disgaea game before, this new title might seem a little overwhelming. But if you’re curious, or if you’re a veteran SRPG fan and haven’t returned to Nippon Ichi’s well-received IP for a while, RPG Fan has you covered.

Congrats, Robert!

Why We Like It:

— Much like the game itself, the review is very deep and detailed but without being boring or tedious. That takes a little skill.

Doesn’t waste too much time poring over past entries and explaining why the new one is better or worse. We prefer critics focus on the product at hand and review it more on its own merits.

— It’s difficult to say everything that needs to be said when reviewing a game with so much content, but this review sums up a gargantuan experience quite nicely.

Read Robert Fenner’s Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance Review Now

2 thoughts on “RPG Fan Delivers a Top-Notch Disgaea 5 Review”

Can’t get away from this game. It always happens too – whenever a new disgaea comes out, there I am, playing it FOR FREAKING EVER.


That’s why I’ve stopped playing this series. Just don’t have the time anymore and the games just keep getting bigger and bigger.

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