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Langrisser I & II to Release for PlayStation®4, Nintendo Switch™, and Steam® in March 2020

Posted on November 22, 2019 by NISA EUROPE

 

The legendary SRPG series remade for modern consoles, Langrisser I & II will be arriving to PlayStation®4, Nintendo Switch™, and Steam® on 13 March in Europe!

When the forces of darkness seek to extinguish life as we know it, the Descendants of Light will emerge and vanquish chaos with the legendary sword, Langrisser! 

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About the Story:

Langrisser I: The forces of darkness are descending upon the Kingdom of Baldea. Take up your sword as Prince Ledin, and discover the evil that lies in the heart of the Dalsis Empire.

Langrisser II: The forces of darkness once again threaten the realm. Thrust in between warring factions, it is up to our hero Elwin to navigate this war and determine which path will bring peace to this conflict.

Langrisser I & II is returning with both classic stories of good and evil now remade in beautiful high-definition visuals, reorchestrated music, and quality-of-life improvements to the gameplay and user experience that made these strategy RPGs truly LEGENDARY.


Key Features:

A Blade Honed to Perfection - Experience two classic titles with new visuals, music, localization, a new character with new story choices, and switch between remastered and classic art!

Legendary Legions - Expanded character options across two games allow you to command 33 playable characters and customize them with 50 unique classes.

Forge Your Fate - Your greatest weapon is choice. Your decisions result in any one of 22 story endings and 560 character
outcomes across both titles.

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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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