Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories coming to PSN via PS2 Classics

Hot off the presses folks!

NIS America have announced that Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories will be available as a PS2 Classics title on January 22nd for the price of $9.99, which is reason enough to go buy it!

This is the follow up to awesome Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, a game that took Strategy RPG community by storm, and hasn’t looked back since! In this chapter, players take up the role of Adell the Demon Hunter and his companions as the look for the Overlord Zenon in this crazy title.

Personally, this is one of most unique franchises I have ever played, and recommend it to anyone who enjoys a SRPG to the tune of Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre. Granted, it you may find extremely wackier than those titles; but you’ll be hard pressed to find a more complex and thought out gameplay in such a genre.

For those who want something similar on the PS Vita, I urge you to check out Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention which translates wonderfully to the portable, or even the ported PSP version of Disgaea 2 with Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days.

Jaime, aka Paco, is an avid SRPG player, and loves Disgaea because of its ability to do so much in such a unique way. For more information on all things gaming, keep on checking in to Analog Addiction.

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One thought on “Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories coming to PSN via PS2 Classics

  1. So Paco, I have always been curious by the box art of the Vita version. Can I get a little idea of what I would be into as someone new to the series? You seem knowledgeable about this series, would actually be curious what kind of history of piece you could come up with.

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