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Posted March 29, 2017 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

Disgaea 5 Complete Nintendo Switch Release Date Revealed


Bandai Namco today revealed the Disgaea 5 Complete Nintendo Switch release date. The game will be launching in just two months, on May 26, 2017. Disgaea 5 Complete is as the title implies a complete package, including all added DLC from the original PlayStation 4 release, such as 8 bonus scenarios, 4 extra characters and three extra character classes.

Check out the crazy new Disgaea 5 Complete trailer below:

 

Disgaea 5 Complete will offer hundreds of hours of gameplay, and due to the portability of the Nintendo Switch it means this is the first core Disgaea title to be available on a handheld device. Check out some of the official features below:

  • The Complete Disgaea 5 Experience – Enjoy the full Disgaea 5 story along with 8 bonus scenarios, 4 fan-favorite characters and 3 character classes from the Disgaea series!
  • A Legendary RPG Series Reborn – The latest flagship RPG from the most prolific strategy RPG developer in the world welcomes newcomers and veterans alike with a brand-new story and dials the hilarity and strategy up to level 9999!
  • Hundreds of Hours of Content – Following Disgaea tradition, Disgaea 5 Complete offers hundreds of hours of deep strategic content.
  • Deep Strategic Battles – Engage in exciting tactical battles with inventive systems like Magichange, Geo Effects, Alliance Attacks, Character Towers, and more!
  • Extensive and Fun Customization – Recruit new units from over 40 jobs and races, then dive in and strengthen them as you see fit in their personal Chara Worlds! Find hundreds of items or make your own at the Alchemist, then power them up and discover hidden abilities in the Item World! Or, if you’re feeling wild, change the rules of the game at the Dark Assembly! The possibilities are endless!

And lastly, here’s an album of new gameplay screenshots released alongside the new trailer to keep you tiding over until the May 26 release date:


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?


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