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Pre-order Prinny 1 & 2: Explosive and Reloaded and void tRrLM(); //void terrarium now!

Posted on March 11, 2020 by NISA EUROPE

Prinny 1 & 2: Explosive and Reloaded features the Prinnys from Disgaea as you’ve never seen them before! Breaking away from Lady Etna finally and heading out on their own adventures, this collection combines Prinny 1: Can I Really Be the Hero? and Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! along with DLC with updated graphics for the Nintendo Switch! Run, fight, and pirouette your way through the netherworld as you set out to prove yourself as a hero in your own right in this action platformer duology. 



The “Just Desserts” Limited Edition for Nintendo Switch is now available from the NISA EU Store. 

 

In void tRrLM(); //void terrarium, you take on the role of a lone robot who, along with an AI named factoryAI, attempts to protect a young girl named Toriko from the harsh, unforgiving world in which they find themselves. Encasing her in a glass terrarium to shield her from the toxic spores in the air, the robot must venture out into the wilds in order to find supplies and ensure her survival, battling the other machines and mutants which linger out there.



This unique and challenging roguelike is now available as a Limited Edition for Nintendo Switch and PS4 from the NISA EU Store.

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Prinny 1 & 2: Exploded and Reloaded landing this year for Nintendo Switch!

Posted on March 05, 2020 by NISA EUROPE

 

Long neglected in the Disgaea series, the Prinnies get the spotlight in Prinny 1 & 2: Exploded and Reloaded! A combination of two full games plus DLC sees the Prinnies off in hot pursuit of Lady Etna's favourite dessert as well as investigating the mysterious theft of her panties. 


Fight your way through the Netherworld, defeat your foes, and unleash various combos and attacks such as Prinny Cyclone and Prinnykaze! Check out the trailer below:



The “Just Desserts” Edition is packed full of extras! Journey down memory lane with the “Prinny’s Scrapbook of Memories” hardcover art book, get pumped with “Prinny’s Awesome Mix” OST in a jewel case, build your own blockhead peon with the “Can I Really be a Prinny Block?”! All this, plus a poster poster for “ASAGI WARS EX ALPHA CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION” come in a sturdy collectible box.

 

Pre-orders for the Limited Edition will launch this week! Stay tuned to the EU store page and our twitter @nisaineurope for updates. 

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Deal of the Week: Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance - Standard Edition on PS4 for only £15.99

Posted on December 09, 2019 by NISA EUROPE
Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance Standard Edition PlayStation4

Get Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance on PS4 for only £15.99 until 15/12/2019!

Join rebellious young demon Killia in this hell-raising adventure to stop the nefarious Void Dark from enslaving the countless Netherworlds! Form your tenacious army of rebels, and lead them on their dark and dangerous path to vengeance.


A part of the legendary SRPG series and a tale of revenge and rebellion, Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance is filled with more over-the-top action and hilarious writing than ever before. The PS4 Standard Edition is available now for a limited price of only £15.99 until Sunday, 15th of December.

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Disgaea 1 Complete - Mr. Niikawa, (President of Nippon Ichi Software) Interview Part 2/2

Posted on October 19, 2018 by NISA EUROPE

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Platform(s): Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4 
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Since you’ve had the opportunity to meet both Western and Japanese fans of the Disgaea series, could you let us know the differences and similarities you’ve noticed between the two?

Niikawa-San: They are very similar in a sense! To go into this a little deeper, it has less to do with fans themselves and more of how people act in different countries. Japanese fans tend to be a bit quieter and are on the shy side, whereas Western fans are more outgoing and more likely to be excited about the series at conventions. When we made the game I didn’t expect it to do well in the West, because it was written with a Japanese otaku audience in mind

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