(Japan) More Disgaea D2 DLC Characters Released

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Disgaea D2 DLC - oprainfall

Nippon Ichi continues to turn Disgaea D2 into a cameo party, as three more characters from multiple series join the newest Disgaea title.

Available in Japan right now for purchase are two returning cameo appearances, and one that was never available in a previous Disgaea game.

Disgaea D2 Gig - oprainfall Disgaea D2 Nisa - oprainfall Disgaea D2 Plume - oprainfall

The first is Gig from Soul Nomad & The World Eaters. The proclaimed Master of Death and psychopathic anti-hero, Gig is well known for being just as evil as any Nippon Ichi villain, and just as incredibly powerful.

The second character is Nippon Ichi-chan (or Nisa, as she’s known in the West) from Hyperdimension Neptunia. Calling herself a hero of justice, Nisa is a vigilante that fights with bravery and passion, but also takes incredible offense from anyone making fun of her flat chest. Nisa is also the embodiment of her game company, in this case Nippon Ichi Software.

Finally, we have the newcomer called Plume from Battle Princess of Arcadia. From a title that has yet to reach the shores of the West, Plume is a battle princess of the Schwert Kingdom, who fights giant monsters and other dangerous elements in the defense of her home.

Each character is 300 yen ($3.00) each, with a combo pack going for 900 yen ($9.00).


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