It’s been a long time since I was able to sink dozens of hours into one of NIS America’s deep and silly tactical role-playing games. But now that Disgaea 5 Complete is on the Nintendo Switch, I never have to put it down. That’s wonderful. Also dangerous.
Has a song ever made you buy a video game? I might have never picked up Nippon Ichi Software’s 2003 tactics RPG Disgaea: Hour of Darkness if not for the punk rock tune Atlus decided to use for the U.S. translation.
Besides the RPG reboots, Sony also announced that Hot Shots Golf, What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord?, and PaRappaTheRapper were all getting mobile games. Plus, Yomawari and Disgaea mobile titles are also in development! No word about Western releases.
One of my favorite PlayStation 2 games of all time arrived on PC last week, and the transition was far from painless. Still, nothing a few settings tweaks, opting out of Steam betas and possibly buying a game pad can’t fix.
The stat-obsessive strategy-RPG Disgaea is coming to PC this February, publisher NIS America announced today. It’s rad to see all these JRPGs finally make their way to computers.
Tactical RPG Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten is getting an enhanced remake on January 30 in Japan. Titled Disgaea 4 Return, the remake puts the fully patched PS3 game and all its DLC on the PS Vita, throwing in a new scenario and a sixth level of magic. Thus far, there have been no mentions of a Western release.
Years after everyone has caught all the latest Pokemon and the credits roll on Ellen Page, people will still be playing tone of this week's more low-profile release — Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness. What is Disgaea, you ask? Let me explain.
She's a proud demon warrior. Her name is Barbara. Hi, Barbara.
Laharl, Etna and Flonne return to their proper headlining roles when NIS America brings Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness to the PlayStation 3 on October 8 in North America, September 27 in Europe. Still too long to wait.
Last night at their press event in San Francisco, NIS America announced they would be releasing three new Japanese titles this year.
This short clip on BBC News introduces 86-year-old Hilda Knott, who's been playing games for 40 years to keep her mentally active. The giant 65" screen helps with her eyesight.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Nippon Ichi Software, makers of the the Disgaea series, will be releasing Kamisama to Unmei Kakumei no Paradokusu (The Paradox of God and the Fate Revolution) on the PS3 next week. The game was announced last year, and was originally slated to hit stores in Japan on December 20th, but…
In a recent Japanese magazine interview, Nippon Ichi confirmed that prep work on Disgaea 5 is starting.
Disgaea is headed to Japanese smartphones as a card-based social game.
Souhei Niikawa is the CEO of Nipponichi Software, the maker of such hits like the Disgaea series, and Phatom Brave. In 1996, Niikawa joined Nipponichi Software to work in marketing, publicity, and game development, and after a successful career, in July 2009, he became CEO. Even after his rise in rank, Niikawa…
As previously mentioned, the Disgaea Team's newest role-playing game is not a new Disgaea, but The Paradox of God and the Fate Revolution. The game follows a high schooler who suddenly turns into God. He, along with the seven angels, makes people's wishes come true.
Today in Tokyo, Japanese game maker Nippon Ichi Software revealed a trio of new games.
Ah Disgaea, always going that extra step to make its turn-based strategy gameplay more exciting. Take this zombie, for instance. No one is scared of zombies anymore; they're everywhere you want to be. If you saw a zombie on the street you'd more likely hug it than run screaming.
In what is quickly becoming a Valentine's Day tradition for my family, last night I hit up Psycho Tattoo in Sandy Springs, Georgia to add another role-playing icon to my growing (and until yesterday Final Fantasy-centric) party. Why are all the Prinnies running away?
Along with the second installment of the Hyperdimension Neptunia for the PlayStation 3 and the Western release of Acquire's multiplayer action game Clan of Champions, NIS America today announced two new-ish entries in the Disgaea series for the PlayStation Vita and Android devices. What's getting ported this time?