|Game Title:||Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention|
|Platform:||PlayStation Vita (PS Vita)|
|Release Date:||April 20, 2012|
|Publisher:||Nippon Ichi Software, NIS America|
|Unpacked Size:||2.03 GB|
Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention is a Tactical RPG game published by Nippon Ichi Software, NIS America released on April 20, 2012 for the PlayStation Vita.
The third main game in the Disgaea series. It’s a turn based strategy game series whose gimmick is ultra anime flashy attacks and an absurdly high damage cap (meaning you can do damage going into the billions if you can work for it)
The story starts with the introduction of Mao, the son of the current Overlord of Evil Academy. In this academy where doing the most heinous misdeeds is encouraged, he’s one of the Honor Students (think of it like delinquency in real life but they want you to do it).
He wants to defeat his father for destroying his game console along with millions of hours of save data. Based on his research, Mao believes the key to defeating him is the power of the Hero, the power of LOVE and JUSTICE, so he goes off in search of a hero to “obtain” that power.
And then we have Almaz, a wannabe hero who meets Mao. The poor soul.
The gameplay is standard grid based Strategy except you can plan out your strategies instead of everyone attacking one at a time.
First you move your characters and set their attacks then select Execute to start your attack chain.
If a character uses a regular Attack, they have a chance to
perform what is called a Team Attack with up to 3
adjacent characters (Proc chance is displayed in a window).
Skill system is different from Disgaea 1 and 2, you use Mana to buy everything. (You can get your skills earlier considering you got enough MP for them)