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NIS promises Disgaea 4 will 'evolve to a new level'


2:25 PM on 07.16.2010
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It wouldn't be a Nippon Ichi Software event without some kind of new Disgaea game. NIS still isn't ready to talk about the Disgaea 4, but we do know that it will be out for the PlayStation 3 in Japan this year and that we will see actual media for the game at this year's Tokyo Game Show.

Souhei Niikawa, President of NIS, added that the next Disgaea will "evolve [the series] to a new level" which will "surprise everybody." Hopefully this will be a good surprise.

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