Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories Coming To PSN In Two Weeks | Broken Joysticks

Jan
12

Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories Coming To PSN In Two Weeks

N.I.S’ Disgaea franchise has been delighting Strategy RPG fans for almost a decade now with its quirky sense of humor, colorful art style and awesome writing. If you missed out on the original PS2 version of Disgaea 2, Cursed Memories, or its PSP remake, Dark Hero Days, than the news that the original version is heading to the PSN through Ps2 Classic may interest you.

Price at $9.99 it should be accessible to even the most frugal gamers among us. If you haven’t to your feet wet with this franchise, perhaps this is a great starting point. Check  out a few of the key features of the game as provided by the folks over at NIS America after the jump.

Disgaea 2 Cursed Memories will be available on PSN in North America on January 22nd.

Turn Based Strategy RPG with Twists:
Dispatch your units from the base panel wisely, and get them ready for battle! You can also throw an enemy into the base panel, and a battle will begin in the base panel! You can also lift and throw your allies for more strategies!

Geo Effects: Geo effects are status-altering effects caused by placing geo symbols on special grid panels called geo panels. Unleash the power of geo panels to get an edge in battle!

Dark Assembly: Make requests like “lower enemy level” and “I want better weapons!” at the Dark Assembly! Bribe your way into getting what you want!

Item World: Access the Item World from your headquarters. Challenge this almost limitless battleground to power up your weapons and items!

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