Disgaea Legion Battle Free on Japanese Android Devices

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

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You read that right. A new Disgaea game called Disgaea Legion Battle is now on Japanese Android platforms for exactly zero dollars. If that doesn’t excite you, then how about this : It features characters from Disgaea 1-4, Disgaea Dimension 2 : A Brighter Darkness, Criminal Girls, Hayarigami, Phantom Brave, Legacista and Rhapsody. That is a lot of Nippon Ichi love right there, all in one single free game.

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The “legion” aspect of the game comes into play when up to 15 players can team up to fight off rivals. Though the game itself is free, additional items can be unlocked via various microtransactions. What’s even better is that this game was released last Friday, April 26th; so those of you with Japanese Android devices, have fun. I can’t wait to see this beauty in action!

The game is available through Google Play.


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