Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention for PS Vita
PS Vita

Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention

Apr 17, 2012

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Disgaea 3 is a sequel to Disgaea, a hardcore, turn-based strategy RPG. The game follows the exploits of Mao, the most honored 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. He longs to overthrow his father and assume the title of Overlord, which he decides he must become a hero to achieve. Join him on his zany adventure filled with witty dialogue, exciting events, and thrilling strategy battles.

Critic Reviews

14 Reviews
7.62
Kimberley WallaceApr 17, 2012
There are the trademark Disgaea hooks that'll keep you deeply engaged, but they're undermined by a lifeless cast, bland story, and some awkward control design decisions that you'll want to get away from immediately. It's a game with a huge leap forward and quite a few backward steps that add up through the experience. Absence of Detention surely won't be your most talked about Vita game, but it will keep strategy fans on their toes.
Corbie DillardApr 17, 2012
When it comes to strategy titles, few approach the sheer level of combat depth and offbeat storytelling prowess of Disgaea 3. Even with the handful of minor faults you'll encounter throughout the experience, there's still an enormous amount of challenge and fun to be had. While certainly not terribly friendly to newcomers, seasoned fans will find a heaping helping of engaging strategy gameplay to sink their teeth into and an adventure that offers up countless hours of play to those willing to explore all it has to offer.
Jorge S. FernándezMay 16, 2012
It may lack a few key features in a portable release, but there is no denying the quality of Disgaea 3’s port or its limitless amount of extras. Fans will have no excuse to skip class on this one, while curious newcomers looking for a good entry point should consider enrolling on this strategy-based semester.

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