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Disgaea 3: Absence Of Justice

Released on 20 February 2009

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (12 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice is the latest chapter in the critically acclaimed Disgaea series, a hardcore turn-based strategy-RPG loved by fans across the globe. Having made its name on the PlayStation 2 and PSP platforms, the series makes its PlayStation 3 debut complete with high-definition graphics, funky sprite art and sparkling spell effects. Prepare to enter the unforgettable world of Disgaea, a place where quirky characters, captivating action and a hefty dose of humour combine to give you over 100 hours of fun!

Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice follows the exploits of Mao, the most honoured student at Evil Academy, a school where the tardiest, laziest, and rudest demons receive the highest marks. The son of the school chairman, Mao has never once attended class nor opened a textbook. Now he longs to overthrow his father and assume the title of Overlord - and he's decided he needs to become a hero to do it. Join him on a madcap adventure packed with witty dialogue, exciting action, and genre-leading strategic battling!

Game features:

  • The latest chapter in the critically acclaimed Disgaea series takes strategic battling and zany humour to the next level, only on PlayStation 3!
  • Lead Mao on a madcap adventure packed with witty dialogue, exciting action and thrilling strategic battling - and take your wrongful place as the baddest demon in the Underworld!
  • Experience more than 100 hours of genre-leading turn-based strategic gameplay.
  • Customise your squad to an insane degree with millions of possible combinations!
  • The game's funky visual style will appeal to all fans of anime and manga.
  • All-new features include:

    • Geo Block - A cube-shaped terrain-altering object. Players can use it to access and attack enemies they normally couldn't reach.
    • Geo Panel - A group of stat-altering elemental properties that affect certain parts of the battlefield. When there are one or more coloured panels on the battle grid, it means an element can affect that area, boosting or reducing your unit's stats.
    • Item World - A special randomly generated battle stage within each and every item you find. By clearing these special battle stages, you can strengthen your items.

    customer Reviews

     Average rating (12 reviews)

     400 Hours gameply?

    | | See all Vherostar's reviews (18)

    When i'm into my 400th hour of the game you know its good i mean no racing game or fps does that these days especially without online play! I had the game for a few months as i bought on import and never regretted it, most definetly the best rpg on the ps3 to date and no doubt gonna be super rare in months to come so get a copy asap.

     Super addictive, rewards anyone who dives into it's world.

    | | See all SniperShimmy's reviews (1)

    anyone who gives this game a bad review and claim to be an jrpg fan, well this proves you are not. This game is the third in the series, it's very deep and addictive. It rewards people who sink the time into it. Anyone who plays an rpg for 1 or 2 hours and gives it a review doesn't do the game any justice.

    What is nice about the game is that you gain everything through battles, you upgrade your items that way too. It's a tactical turn based rpg. Expect long battles full of excitement and crazyness. The character level is capped at 9999 for a reason. The more you sink time into it the more rewards you get.

    Each item can be entered in Item world, and the more levels you clear the more stats you add to the item. This alone provides you with infinite levels. The more you play the stronger you get.

    Each world has residents that give an item special abilities, like more HP, more Mana, paralysis power or magic resistance. If you defeat one of those specialists, you can move them from item to item, altering that item's characteristics and statistics.

    The sheer number of classes and jobs you can create is immense.

    Each character has promotion rank, that can be gained by going into a special battle. Each rank gives you more influence over the dark/classroom assembly. If you want to pass a notion, let's say more expensive items in shop, or increased movement range, you can either be nice and bride the senates that wont say yes, or if the notion fails,you can beat them up and force them into passing it.

    The game is full of politics, funny story lines and down right crazyness.

    If you want one JRPG on your ps3, this is it. The graphics are cartoony for a reason, it's not about the high tech 3D graphics, it's all about the crazy combat moments and funny story line bits.

    There is months worth of content in this game, very highly recommended by a fan of the series from the first part.

     not FF7

    | | See all hyperjames's reviews (1)

    Don't buy this game expecting FF7 or you'll be greatly disappointed. Disgaea 3 dosen't take itself seriously like most RPGs but there in lies the fun. you can take from this game what you will. you can play the story mode to it's conclusion and be satisfied with whichever of the multiple endings you get or you can get deep into it's number crunching core.

    behind the cartoonish exterior lies a complex world of numbers and side quests. with well over 100 hours of game play this game had me hooked with the first game and is the reason i bought a ps3

     Amazing !!

    | | See all Pekype's reviews (2)

    I bought this game a few days ago and I've already racked up 90 hours of Gameplay , It's so addictive !!
    Great RPG great game overall , catchy little song's and some weird humour.

     A Must Buy For The PS3

    | | See all sammycbrooks's reviews (1)

    In my personal opinion this is probably one of the greatest and longest games i have played in recent years. It is quite clearly the best PS3 exclusive to date and well worth the price. Also has good trophies (but you do have to download them off PSN)

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    Rating12+ (PEGI)