Disgaea 4 Complete+ Game's Japanese Trailer Streamed
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Nippon Ichi Software began streaming a promotional video on Thursday for its release of the Makai Senki Disgaea 4 Return Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 game.
The game will launch in Japan for both consoles on October 31. NIS America will release the game in North America and Europe with the title Disgaea 4 Complete+ on October 29, and in Oceania on November 5.
The release will include all the previously released characters, scenarios, and DLC for the title, plus new functionalities. The Standard Edition of the game will bundle a bookmark, poster, and reversible cover. The HL-Raising Edition of the game will bundle a bookmark, poster, reversible cover, hardcover art book, and soundtrack CD for US$64.99.
The original Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten video game revolves around Valvatorez, a vampire demon who used to be extremely powerful and feared. However, due to a promise with a human not to drink human blood, he has been reduced to a Prinny Instructor in Hades, and now feeds off of sardines. Along with his werewolf servant Fenrich, he aims to overthrow Hades' government. Later on, he meets Fuka, a Prinny who was only given a Prinny hat due to shortages of Prinny hide; Emizel, the Netherworld President's spoiled son; and Vulcanus, a mysterious angel who has an eye for money.
The Disgaea 4 game debuted for PlayStation 3 in Japan in February 2011, and it shipped in the West later that year. The PlayStation Vita version of the game shipped in Japan in January 2014, followed by the West later that year.
Nippon Ichi Software released the Disgaea 5 game for PlayStation 4 in Japan in March 2015, and in North America in October 2015. NIS then released Disgaea 5 Complete for the Nintendo Switch in Japan in March 2017, and NIS America released the game in North America and Europe in May 2017 in both physical and digital versions. Disgaea 5 Complete then launched for PC via Steam in October 2018.