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This is the best way to play a Disgaea game. Playing on the go lets you put those hours in any time, any where. Grind on the go. Nothing like playing through an item world while riding the bus to work or passing that homeroom bill in bed. Also very nice not to have to take up the TV if you have other people (or want to watch football or something while playing).
The game is still great. I haven't gotten to the new content (apparently Fuka and Desco are in the game, according to the box). The sprites are the same as the PS3, but on the smaller screen, look even better. They added some actions to the rear touch screen (moving to an ally, and zoom). Not mind blowing, but it works well. I've so far not seen anything that uses the front touch screen.
The story is still fun, Beryl still breaks the 4th wall, and item world is still 100 levels deep. If you like Disgaea, you'll know what you are in for.
If you own the PS3 version, your save does not transfer over. I only put 20 or so hours into D3 on my PS3, so I didn't care, but if you've put a hundred or so in, this may be a deal breaker for you.
If you like RPGs and own a Vita, you should own this game. Your fun/dollar ratio will be great
Anyone who loves JRPG or TRPGs will fall in love with the Disgaea series. This port of Disgaea 3 for the PS Vita is very decent with crisp cutscene animations and paper doll scenes, and good audio quality and voice acting, in the Japanese language audio option at least. This is easily the best TRPG for a handheld experience I have had between the power of the Vita and the quality of this game. This is also a very adept game genre and format for a portable device since you can easily be distracted from the game for few seconds or minutes here and there and it just works out fine, and is also just as adept at even a few minutes of gameplay per session as it is several hours. Like most of the Disgaea games you will get your money's worth when it comes to hours of gameplay, especially if you dare to reach full completion of the game and all of the after-main-plot scenarios. The graphics engine of this title like most Nippon Ichi Software games are dated, but overall the amusing dialog, great plot, and first rate gameplay overcome this deficiency. And for what they are, they are good and dynamic sprites. That said, I really hope someone there is thinking about a next gen engine, especially because it is quite a shock between the engine generated graphics of this game looking like something for the PSX while the other visuals are very sharp and show off the PS Vita's high ppi display nicely. The only annoyance about this game is it use of the PS Vita's rear touch panel which is not only pointless but annoying and doomed to be disabled. Also, I swear that intermittently when disabled it will still come to life at times.
SRPGs aren't for everyone, I personally love them and Disgaea has consistently brought its own charm to the genera. I loved 1 & 2 on the PSP and the fact that Disgaea 3 was coming to the Vita is the reason I decided to get a Vita. So far I am not disappointed :)
If you are new to the series for the most part each game stands alone. There are some cameo appearances by characters from previous Disgaea and non Disgaea games. Those tend to be more of a fun nod to fans. So you don't need to worry about needing a PHD in some overarching story that spans the previous games to enjoy Disgaea 3. The one real constant is that there will be Prinnies, they will say "dood" and they will explode when tossed.
I recently purchased a PS Vita, and while waiting for the games I was most anxious for I needed something in the mean time. I asked around, and read alot of reviews for Disgaea 3 and finally decided on it. Let me just say I am VERY glad I did. As a long time gamer, over more systems then I care to admit, and before game systems became popular, I was anxious to play Disgaea 3 on my new vita. The game is amazing. Many hours of gameplay, and replayability. The graphics are amazing, the story is fun and entertaining. My only con, and it's a small one, are the voices used. They have a bit of a tone to them that, after a time, feels like nails on a chalkboard to the ears. But it is survivable, and really doesn't destroy the game. If you're looking for a wonderfully fun, entertaining game, grab this one.