(Japan) New Disgaea 4 Return Trailer Released

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

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Disgaea 4 Return

Disgaea 4 Return on the Playstation Vita is shaping up to look like an essential extended title to own alongside the original Playstation 3 game, now that a crazy new trailer by Nippon Ichi Software has been posted. According to our previous article, Disgaea 4 Return sees new content containing the high-leveled Peta spells along with additional characters, classes, story episodes, plus more — and now, they can be seen in motion in the new trailer down below:

We are immediately introduced to a new animated opening sequence with Valvatorez and friends along with the over-the-top action that the series is known for. Afterwards, there was some footage for the new story mode involving Valvatorez’s past with a playable Artina, and a look at the new character Nagi, whose design and special abilities are mechanic-themed. DLC from the Playstation 3 version have been shown in the trailer, including glimpses of cameo characters like Rozalin and Plenair from previous games. The graphical style appears to have made a successful transition from the home console version.

Disgaea 4 Return on Playstation Vita will be releasing in Japan at January 30, 2014. Those who pre-order the game will receive a vocal soundtrack featuring 10 tracks, called “Disgaea Vocal Song: The Best”. Nippon Ichi Software America will likely announce a Western release date at a later time, and we do hope it will be soon.

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  • Pedro Rosas

    New Story, Human Artina, New Character Nami, I saw Rutile from D3 Absence of Detention, all DLC. Is there any more reasons to be hyped about this?

    • madmofo145

      That’s almost a problem though. The PSP versions of 1 and 2 were better then the PS2, and then the Vita version of 3, with it’s inclusion of all of the PS3’s DLC, on top of new editions made it Far superior to it’s console release. Add the fact that Disgaea works very well as a portable game, and I had zero urge to buy Disgaea 4 on the PS3, and have skipped D2 as well. When you make know that a cheaper, far superior version of a game will be released eventually, you discourage sales of the original version. But yes, I am super hyped for this.