Disgaea 1 Complete Coming To Nintendo Switch This Fall
Disgaea 1 Complete has been announced for the Nintendo Switch! It’s coming this fall and it’s a remaster of the original that came out on the PS2 15 years ago. The game will feature new graphics and even some extra characters not found in the original release.
NIS America is happy to announce that Disgaea 1 Complete will be coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 this fall!
Celebrating the 15th anniversary of the Disgaea franchise, Disgaea 1 Complete brings the original saga, Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, to modern consoles with upgraded graphics and the classic gameplay that fans know and love!
About the game:
The Overlord is dead. The Netherworld is in turmoil. Time to kick some ass! Netherworld Prince Laharl awakens to fight for his throne and it’s up to him and some unlikely allies to defend what is rightfully his. Together with his devious vassal Etna, the angel trainee Flonne, and a whole cavalcade of explosive characters, Laharl will slash, shoot, and punch his way to the top. Build your squad to level 9999 and unleash crazy special skills, team attacks, and spells to deal millions of points of damage in this zany high-definition remake of an RPG classic.
Feel the Wrath of Laharl! – Take control of Prince Laharl as he conquers the Netherworld to become the Overlord in this zany story of assassins, Prinnies, and robots!
Hours of Darkness! – The original Disgaea is back and better than ever! Play through the main story, or try Etna Mode with extra characters not found in the original release! Get lost in the Item World for hundreds of hours of fast-paced strategy RPG action, now in HD for the first time!
LEVEL UP, DOOD! – Level up anything from characters to items to shops, all while wearing 100-ton boxers! Things not working out in your favor? Head to the Dark Assembly, and change the laws of the Netherworld!
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