Good news for Disgaea fans: we now have confirmation from NIS America about a western release of Disgaea 1 Complete, which will be released on the Nintendo Switch and PS4 sometime this year.
The game was originally released in 2003 in PS2 as Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, but will be receiving a remaster under this new title in the west while the Japanese versions will be called Makai Senki Disgaea Refine. The only details we know about a date is that it will be coming out in the fall, but it may be worth the wait when you see what’s all in the packaging.
Below is a look at the PS4 version (which is the same for the Switch version) that includes the game, the Official Soundtrack, an Official Hardcover Art Book, an Enamel Pin Set with nine different pins, the Orthodox Prinny Coaster Set, a Noppai Etna Flat Mousepad (yes, the kind with the boobs for your wrist to rest on), a “Poster of Darkness” Tear-Resistant Poster, a “Netherworld Unbound” Tear-Resistant Poster, a Prinny Cube Plush (which we need to own right now!), a Rosen Queen Certificate of Authenticity, and a Prinny Pouch Collector’s Box. All of this can be yours for just $100.
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