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|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Platform:||Sony PlayStation 2|
|MPN:||unknown||Game Name:||Disgaea: Hour of Darkness|
|Disgaea: Hour of Darkness is the first title in the Disgaea series and tells the story of the narcissistic young demon, Laharl. He has vowed to reclaim his father's throne, and he and several companions set out to win the title of Overlord of the Netherworld. Fans of tactical RPGS will recognize the game's battle mechanics, which take place on a grid-based map. Players control a ten-member team composed of characters and monsters, which fall into a wide range of classes with different aptitudes and skills. The game places focus on grinding in order to improve character and item stats, leading easily to hours of gameplay and a whole lot of fun.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||10363|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Game Name||Disgaea: Hour of Darkness|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Descriptor||Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief, Mild Language, Mild Violence|
|Game Name Series||Disgaea Series|
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Disgeae: Hour of Darkness
Disgeae has all the qualities of a good game. Plenty of comedy and good action to keep you interested. The storyline is funny but does have its serious moments when advancing the storyline. I liked the fact that you didn't have to go around looking for the stages. You warp to where you have to go. With multiple endings this game has plenty of replay value and never gets boring with 37 classes and six ranks in each one. Nine storyline characters with their own unique abilities also adds to the fun. The Geo Effects sets this game out from the rest. The different colored panels may have a variety of effects to add a level of strategy and with the ability to throw the Geo Symbols you can change what colors do what. You can even throw your characters and the enemies to speed up moving characters around. The fight controls feel a little sloppy compared to Disgeae 2. The Dark Assembly is harder to use than in Disgeae 2 and the Promotion Exams are annoying and hard.
Game is great! Diving into the item world is basically endless fun. One of the best strategy rpgs. Story is funny and full charming characters. Definitely worth the buy.
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Disgaea: Hour of Darkness
Ahh... Another great strategy RPG, however, Disgaea is in a class by itself. The battle system is simple, easy, and fun. The story is one of my biggest draws to the game. It is hillarious, interesting, and keeps the player entertained with funny and sarcastic dialogue. Depending on certain actions one takes in the game, one will get one of multiple endings to the story. If one ending isn't enough, one can play through the story using the leveled up characters to get another ending. The sprites are simple, yet detailed beautifully. You start with a basic set of characters, but you earn more through the story mode or can create new characters, ranging from mages and fighters to samurai and dragons. Disgaea's story mode is fairly challenging to beat; however, there are multiple side levels to unlock and hidden characters from other ATLUS games to defeat and use. There are innovative options. For example, the Dark Assembly is used to power up characters, unlock more levels, unlock more powerful items, or even make the enemies stronger. Another feature is the ability to pick up and throw allies (to get to certain spots) or bad guys. Maps will utilize Geo Panals that make certian spots on the map give out different effects (for example, Attack UP, Defence DOWN, EXP UP, or even Enemy Boost!) Lastly, a item world is used to level up the weapons, armor, and accessories bought or picked up to become stronger than their previous versions. What I love about this particular RPG is that over-leveling is encouraged. If you can get your characters to Lv 9999, more power to you. The only disappointing aspect of the game lies in its rarity. Finding a copy (new or used) will be quite a monetary investment. However, after playing my friends' copies of Disgaea, I knew I wanted a hard copy of my own. The story and system are very interesting; however, with the price of this rare game, I would suggest trying the game out first (from a VERY trusting friend) before buying it. If you do not know anyone who owns the game, rent or try the sequel, Disgaea 2, to get a feel for Disgaea 1's story and battle system. Aside from the price, I give Disgaea: Hour of Darkness a 5/5.
One of the most underrated strategy RPGs to come to USA
This game is unique. Any other word would fail to capture what is really great about this game. Lets dive into gameplay. Plot Summary: You are Laharl, prince of the neitherworld, and after a short nap (2 years), you wake up to realize your father, the King of the Neitherworld, has died, and the entire Neitherworld is now fighting for the crown that is rightfully yours. Fight demons, space travellers, and angels in order to reclaim your crown! On the surface, this appears to be a standard strategy RPG. You have a board where characters move, you have enemies to attack, special moves to master, and new allies to either create or recruit. However, digging deeper, there is a lot of room to improve and upgrade your characters during this game. You have the ability to upgrade weapons/items by literally going inside the weapon and fighting through the floors therein. Also, your characters have to address the a kind of Senate in order to get extra funds or upgrades at the shops, complete with bribing and all. Also, the amount of characters available to create allows for tons of creativity when building a party, and when a character learns all he can in one area, he can change classes and continue to learn and grow. The story itself is almost cartoonish, and will make you laugh more than once. Unlike most RPGs, there is no random encounters unless you want them, and the story only continues when you want, and at obvious times, so you won't be held down by a 5 hour quest with no save points. With a wide array of personalities to uncover during the course of the game, you should have a good deal of fun playing. Graphics are probably less than your used to, but still good for what they do. Most of the characters are Sprites rather than 3D models, but the animations for some of the attacks will have you cheering to whoop the butt out of the bad guy. The music of the game is good, and usually supports the mood of the game, but I don't think you'll be picking up the soundtrack any time soon. The replayability of this game is immediately clear once you put it in. If so desired, your characters can level to ridiculous amounts (4 digits), and you continuously level new characters and items up to your hearts desire. Also, with numerous endings, you can find yourself coming back to this game years down the road. At the time of writing this, Disgaea 2 is set to come out soon (Oct/Nov), and if you want a head start and haven't played Disgaea: Hour of Darkness yet, I recommend that you pick this up immediately and figure out what you've been missin'! Baron Von Matrices
Prinny tested, Dood approved!
Every once and awhile, a game comes around that revitalizes the gaming pool and reinvents what was once original and fresh. For console strategy RPGs (or S-RPGs), the first that comes to my mind, especially as the game that brought the genre to the forefront of gaming minds during the last generation was %%Final Fantasy Tactics%% for the PS1. Without a doubt, it was a genre defining game. For the PS2, that game was, and still is, NIS and Atlus' %%Disgaea%%. There is a reason other than short print run as to why this game goes regularly for $70-$80 for complete copies on eBay. Within the first 30 minutes of game time, you'll be thinking at least one thing: dang this game is demented, through and through! The game opens in the Netherworld (essentially Hell, ruled by demons) with Etna, vassal to the recently deceased Overlord, King Krischivskoy, attempting to wake his son, the prince Laharl, from his 2 years' deep sleep. What's weird about that? Well, she is using just about every weapon known to man with little to no initial success. After the fighting tutorial, Laharl, Etna and a group of fanny-pack equipped, exploding when thrown penguins named Prinnies are off to rob neighboring demons and squash out any opposition to Laharl. Not how RPGs normally start the day and it couldn't feel better. Over 2/3 of the story text is voiced (why it wasn't all voiced is beyond me - though I imagine it was budget-related), which is the only way I am forgiving the slide-show and in-game story-telling. I played through with the English voice actors (you can switch between the English and Japanese voice actors) and they more than adequately hold their own against their Japanese counterparts. The work put into the voice acting, and therefore the story-telling, really shows how much Atlus U.S.A. put into this game. Though, with game play that I can only explain as obscenely deep, Atlus U.S.A. didn't need to put as much into this game as they did to make it a classic...nor does the addition of a crappy song by defunct pop-punk band, Tsunami Bomb, hurt it. %%Disgaea%% takes the standard concepts in S-RPGs, being grid-based, turn-based, weapons and magic battles and mixes in some not so new though well-executed ideas (such as the Formation Attack System: a tag-team, simulatious attack that can quadruple the damage), some fresh ideas (such as the Dark Assembly: a congress that, for example, gives out tests to improve your rank and allows you to try and pass beneficiary proposals) and some genre-altering elements (such as the Item World, which allows you to enter any item in the game to level it up, gain experience and effectively extends the playing time of the game to nearly infinite) to create a well-oiled, just familiar enough battle system. %%Disgaea%% is an amazing game for fans of console S-RPGs, and if you enjoy anime and/or Japanese humor, then hot damn you are in luck! If you have a distaste for either of those, then don't let the hype bandwagon pull you in. Chances are very high you won't like this game, as there is nothing here to change your opinion of either. I know there are some of you out there that buy into hype even if it is something you don't normally like. This is a niche title, it pulls no punches in that regard, so save yourself the hassle and cost. For those who fall into the niche, if you haven't taken the ride, get on it now. You'll tell everyone at $70 that you underpaid.