Disgaea 5 Complete Edition Now Available In US

The Nintendo Switch has gotten a lot of interesting titles since its launch in March. From new titles, to ports, to indie games, it’s a wide gambit that is sure...
Disgaea 5 Complete Edition

The Nintendo Switch has gotten a lot of interesting titles since its launch in March. From new titles, to ports, to indie games, it’s a wide gambit that is sure to please fans of all genres. To that end, a new major 3rd party title has just arrived in the US via Disgaea 5 Complete Edition. This strategy RPG is made by NIS and features not only the entire Disgaea 5 game (which was released on PS4 first), but also all of the DLC that has been released since then, giving players the chance to play as new characters right off the bat.

Disgaea 5 Complete is definitely one of the zanier RPGs out there, and features a “typical” JRPG storyline. Don’t believe us? Check this out. In the world of Disgaea there is a universe that is apparently darker than pitch black, and yet, within that darkness lies countless dark worlds called Netherworlds, who have their own ruler in the form of an Overlord and hordes of demons at his beck and call.

However, someone is tipping the balance, as the emergence of Demon Emperor Void Dark has caused several Netherworlds to fall to his command. But there is hope, as one demon swears to kill him. This demons name is Killia, and he wants to take him down more than anything. Which is good, because he soon meets an Overload princess named Seraphina who also wants to take down Void Dark, and “gets” Killian as a servant to make that happen.

And of course, that’s just the beginning of it all. Along the way you’ll meet a plethora of wacky characters and use them to fight in turn-based battles that have a lot of strategy built in. Will you be able to save the Netherworlds? The game is out now on Nintendo Switch and Nintendo eShop.

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