Disgaea D2 is still looking suitably wacky - destructoid

Disgaea D2 is still looking suitably wacky

10:30 AM on 07.24.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Laharl and the gang are ready to rock

NIS has a new English trailer for Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness, and it shows off a fair bit of gameplay, art, and even voice acting. You'll get an introduction to the game's cast and their personalities, as well as some of their combat abilities.

As I've said before, I hope this upholds the Disgaea legacy, and rekindles the magic of the very first game in a way the sequels haven't to date. Although I'm a huge fan of the franchise in general, there's something the original Disgaea that drew so many people in, and I'd love it to return to its former glory in the general gaming community.


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