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As the sequel to the most over-the-top strategy RPG ever, the critically-acclaimed Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days heads to PlayStation Portable with a ton of new content! With massive character and weapon customization, 9999 levels to climb through, an infinite number of battle maps, and brand-new story chapters, Disgaea 2 is ready to please the most dedicated hardcore gamers. Play as a human hero devoted to saving the world from a demented overlord, or try your luck as a dumb-as-bricks demon villain determined to become the Netherworld's new superstar!

* Loads upon loads of new and enhanced content—Try your hand at over 55 new battle stages, 4 new story chapters, and a new playable character… all spanning over 150 hours of gameplay!
* Extreme Battle System—The Magichange and Throw/Receive system from Disgaea 3 on the PlaySation3 have been added, allowing battle units to transform into weapons and units to be caught and thrown to strategically attack the enemy.
* Anime Style Comedy—Like the battle system, the story and characters are all over-the-top and good laugh from all the back-stabbing, good-for-nothing characters
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