RPG Maker Fes Disgaea DLC is Out Now

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NIS America has announced that the Disgaea themed DLC for RPG Maker Fes is now available. This DLC adds Disgaea sprites and images for North America and Europe. Included in these are assets for crossover characters from Disgaea, Disgaea 5, Phantom Brave, and the ever-so-popular, Prinny! They’ve also released four new screenshots showing off some of the sprites in the DLC.

 

Here’s the full press release:


 

NIS

RPG Maker FES 

Disgaea Themed DLC Are Live!

 

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NIS America has announced that there are Disgaea themed DLC sprites and graphic images available for North America and Europe that includes crossover characters from Disgaea, Disgaea 5, Phantom Brave, and the ever-so-popular, Prinny!

 

 

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