Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited is slated to bring its unique brand of tactical role-playing goodness to PlayStation Vita in North America and Europe sometime this summer, according to NIS America.
Initially released on PS3 back in 2011, Disgaea 4's inevitable portable version vaunts a bevy of new features and enhancements. Those familiar with the original game can expect to encounter exclusive story scenarios, character cameos, new faces, additional music, and all the downloadable content from the console release.
And I bet it looks just gorgeous on that shiny OLED screen.
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