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Disgaea 4 is coming to the PlayStation Vita in Japan

10:15 AM on 07.13.2013

Chris Carter

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Scheduled for a January release as 'Disgaea 4 Return'

Rejoice Valvatorez fans, as Disgaea 4 is officially headed to the PlayStation Vita this January in Japan as Disgaea 4 Return. Following suit with every core game in the series that's either rocked the DS, PSP, or Vita, Disgaea 4 will be getting the portable treatment, most likely with all new content and characters.

Although as a fan I love getting Disgaea games on launch day, there's something special about them on the go. They're perfect for that end-game grind, and I always love spotting the new additions. Like all the previous enhanced portable ports, this will most likely be released overseas.

Disgaea 4 Return [Inside-Games via Anime News Network]


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