New Disgaea Coming Exclusively to the PS3 & More in 2010

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    Never played any of the Disgaea series so I can't really comment but always good to see more exclusives incoming, I might check out some of the previous versions and if I like them i'll get this.
     
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    I personally enjoyed the Disgaea series because there was really a lot to do. Leveling up your characters to level 9999 can be a bit of a pain, but it pays off.
     
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    Didn't they just say they were hardly making any profits off their games? And yet, they're releasing a new Disgaea game already when a new one was released not too long ago?

    Oh well. It'll just hype me more for a ps3.. whenever I get it.
     
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    they should make the graphics reach the stds of the ps3 and not like the PSP
     
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    A new Disgaea is going to help them get out of the red and those other titles need to have one thing, the very young female protagonists removed, I hate to say it but it's one of the main cause of their earning reductions, NIS games are marketed to the more older teenage and adult audience which it seems from the earnings resent that concept. The gaming public requests more teenage or adult characters.
     

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