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Disgaea 1 Complete New Trailer Released By NIS America, Shows Off Flonne and Laharl with His Wicked Heart

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Disgaea 1 Complete, the much-awaited remastered version of the Disgaea: Hour of Darkness gets a new trailer today. NIS America released the new trailer that shows off the characters of Flonne and Laharl with his Wicked Heart.


As seen in the new trailer, both Flonne and Laharl act in the game as a Manzai duo. The trailer is intended for both the PS4 and Nintendo Switch audiences. It also now confirmed that the Disgaea 1 Complete is, in fact, a remastered version of the popular Disgaea: Hour of Darkness.

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Fans will see both Laharl and Flonne in their typically hilarious forms. To some fans, it might be quite weird but it is one of the crucial elements of Disgaea 1 Complete that makes the game even more charming.

In addition, the new trailer shows off a brief dialogue between the two characters. It also lets the players peek into the game and have an idea of what’s the game actually is all about. Based on the frequency and amount of information released about Disgaea 1 Complete previously, this new trailer offers way more.

Disgaea 1 Complete is all set to release globally in October 2018. It’ll first land on PS4 and Nintendo Switch on October 9, 2018, in North American regions. Later on, it will release in Europe and the rest of the world on October 12, 2018. The game has already launched in Japan back in August 2018. Pre-orders for the game are also now available on the respective stores.

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Have you ever played a Disgaea series game? Are you excited to try out the new Disgaea 1 Complete? If so, on what platform are you going to play the game? Share your thoughts with us via the comments below.

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