NIS America Launches Three New Teaser Sites

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

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NIS America Trio

Teaser sites for Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness, The Guided Fate Paradox, and Time and Eternity were launched by NIS America this week.  Details are sparse, but all three sites boast some screenshots and a game trailer. The PS3 RPG titles will be available in both North America and Europe later this year.

Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness is a direct sequel to the first Disgaea game. It’s also known by its Japanese title, Disgaea Dimension 2. The story continues to follow Laharl as he deals with the ramifications of being an official Overlord.

The Guided Fate Paradox is a roguelike dungeon crawling RPG that boasts a range of customization options. Renya Kagurazaka is a high school student who finds himself randomly selected by a mall lottery. The prize? Becoming a god.

Time and Eternity (Tokitowa in Japan) is an RPG developed by Imageepoch that features a real-time battle system. You play as the princess Toki, who, together with her alter-ego Towa, must travel through time to try and save the life of Toki’s fiancée.

Both Disgaea D2 and Guided Fate Paradox are due for release this fall; Time and Eternity will see a slightly earlier release sometime this summer.

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