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    NIS America revealed Disgaea 4 Complete+ to the world during E3 2019, teasing the existence of the game, while leaving fans in the dark as to what this new revision would offer over the PlayStation Vita re-release. Now, a few weeks later, we have some insight as to what some of the additions and changes will be. Everything from Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited will be present, as well as features from Disgaea 5, like the cheat shop, event viewer, weapon appearance, and pay up warehouse. Disgaea 4 Complete+ also has online modes, which include a map edit and upload and pirate duels. A few quality of life changes have been added, to make the game look and play better, with the resolution having been increased to 1080p, being able to reposition characters when viewing target areas for their attacks, making the game auto-save whenever you win a battle, and allowing for skill speed to be adjusted up to x4.

    More reveals are teased for when the launch date closes in, which has been announced to be on October 29th, for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. A special limited edition will be available, which has the game's soundtrack, a poster, an artbook, and a bookmark.

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  3. raxadian

    raxadian GBAtemp Advanced Maniac
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    Still not buying it when I can play the Vita version.
     
  4. warweeny

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    was giving us disgaea 2 complete not an option?
    I would buy that day 1, disgaea 4 complete+ seems such a waste when you consider there is already a sub hd version of it on the vita.
     
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  5. People like to go new not old
     
  6. KingVamp

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    Not everyone wants it on or have a vita.
     
  7. sonicvssilver22

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    Vita version owner here, buying this on PS4 ‘cuz resolution. Will look super nice in 1080p!
     
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    I'd take portability over resolution. This game demands so many hours.
     
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    i doubt many people who have played this on the vita would even consider it rebuying it (i won't)
     
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    Will the english Baciel voices crash the game again ? Or will we see back something like the burning PS3 ?

    I'm ready to see the result. And to laugh like a mad man. As with every NISA release since Disgaea 3.
     
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    I still need to play 1 and 5 but I'll probably grab this as well some day.
    Nice to see another brought to the switch.
     
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    True this so much. I too would take portability over "graphics." Especially RPGs since they demand time and attention.
     
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    Hey to each their own. Either way I’ll be playing for hours on end at home so portability is less of a concern for me. :P
     
  14. chaoskagami

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    See, I'm unfortunately with you on this one.

    I'd have bought a version of D3 that got the HD sprite treatment, but I'm not buying D4 again when it offers literally nothing new (and is in my opinion, the weakest game in the series.)
     
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    True, but since it can be easily hacked that means you can play PSP games, Playstation games, PS2 games and Vita games on it.

    And use emulators too.

    Granted, not every PS1 and PS2 game can be ported to work on a Vita but I also have a chipped Playstation and a chipped PS2 so no big deal.
     
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    The collector's edition for Disgaea 1 Complete on the Switch was cooler in my opinion. I think I'll pass on the collector's edition this time but I'm definitely still getting the game I'm really looking forward to it.
     
  17. raxadian

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    It basically just was the PSP version plus the extra stuff in the DS version.

    And less crashes.

    I have both the PSP and DS versions so I got 5 Complete instead since I don't have a PS4.
     
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    4 certainly has one of my favorite cast of characters.
     
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