Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness - PSP

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Viewed: 2D Isometric, Scrolling Genre:
Adventure: Role Playing
Media: Custom optical disc Arcade origin:No
Developer: Nippon Ichi Soft. Co.: Nippon Ichi
Publishers: Koei (GB)
Released: 14 Dec 2007 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 12+, ESRB Teen 13+ (T)
Accessories: Memory Duo Stick, Wireless Compatible


Join the Disgaea War and get your life back! Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness tells the story of Prince Laharl and his outlandish group of misfits as he battles for ultimate rule over the Netherworld.

Developed by the much-admired Nippon Ichi, Afternoon of Darkness follows in the steps of Makai Kingdom and Phantom Brave and the original Disgaea for PS2, of course, but this time around with PSP-specific features. A whole new story mode dedicated to Etna is the main draw, but Disgaea veterans needn't be alarmed - a few familiar faces from past episodes make appearances at certain points in the game. In this exclusive-to-PSP mode, you play as Etna and try to become Beauty Queen Ultimate Overlord Etna (!) and if you can beat the game, you are rewarded with an exclusive ending to the game.

Another reason for series vets to investigate Afternoon of Darkness is the new multiplayer mode and customisation options. You can even customise the multiplayer mode itself, for heaven's sakes. They've packed a lot into this little UMD, that's for sure. The all-new duel system makes for battling wherever you go and with whoever you can connect with to fight it out. Ad hoc in-game shopping is also featured, meaning players can trade rare and valuable items with each other. There's a music shop within the game too, enabling players to buy new soundtracks to play in the menus.