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  • Summary: Darkness is back. Overlord Zenon has cursed the land, and now, Veldime is transforming into a nasty Netherworld. Memories are sterlized, bodies demonized, the world is falling into chaos. The only one unaffected is a young man, Adell. He stands up to fight the curse, but things never go as planned. The haughty daughter of Zenon, a filthy little frog, lovable demon siblings and a washed-up rock star!? No one can ever predict what goes on in the world of Disgaea. And of course, other Overlords refuse to sit still watching. [NIS America] Expand
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  1. Positive: 47 out of 54
  2. Negative: 0 out of 54
  1. There is no better value for your buck than getting a game that supports HUNDREDS of hours of play time, and Disgaea 2 does that. The sheer amount of character building and fantastic humor all make for a game that you WANT to play for that long too.
  2. It is proven that if you give Disgaea 2 a bit of your time, it can swallow your life. Submit to its will.
  3. Putting an estimate on how many hours you would need to devote to the game to complete everything is both pointless and a little scary to imagine, but we dare say that someone out there in a very dimly lit room will be attempting it. Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories is a joy to behold, you can dip into it for a short time or lose several years of your life.
  4. The game includes a solid 40 hours of gameplay for the main story line, but you can get countless other hours building up your characters and exploring every bit of the game.
  5. The stylish look and off-the-wall story certainly make up for a lack of hardcore role-playing depth.
  6. 80
    I think I found myself enjoying the original game more than the sequel simply due to the story, which is simply a tad bit better.
  7. 65
    Disgaea 2 adds only one significant new feature to its gameplay: the ability of stacked characters to attack.

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