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Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention

Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention (VITA) game cover art
Platform: Vita
Tags: RPG, Tactical, Fantasy
Developer: Nippon Ichi Software
AKA: Makai Senki Disgaea 3 Return (JP)

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Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention review

Reviewed May 28, 2012

Britton Peele says: "Disgaea 3 is a fun, lighthearted experience with a lot of depth and plenty of content to keep you occupied. If it was alone on the system, it would be an easy recommendation. But when you consider the library of excellent PSP SRPGs easily available to download on PSN, Disgaea 3 doesn’t stand out too easily, and if you've played it already there's no reason to do it again."
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