Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Now Available on iOS & Android; Auto-Battles, High-Speed & Partial PS4 Controller Support

Nippon Ichi Software has announced that Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited is now available on iOS and Android devices in English for $32.99. This port boasts several notable features, quoted below:

Cloud Save Support

  • Save data can be transferred, regardless of your phone or device.
  • You can enjoy the game on your smartphone while you’re out, and on your tablet when you’re at home.
  • [Important]: Please set up an ID and password to manage your backups.

Requirements and Recommended Devices

  • iOS14 or higher (Recommended: 2GB RAM or more)
  • *Even if your device meets the recommendations, it may not work properly on some devices or tablets.

PS4 Controller Support (Partial)

  • You can use a PS4 controller to navigate the base, menus, and during combat (some optional menus, etc., are not supported).

Additionally, auto-battling and high-speed are enabled, with the latter able to go up to 8x.

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Disgaea 6 Complete is available for PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. The original Western release is currently available on Nintendo Switch.

Disgaea 7 was officially announced for Japan, with no English release yet confirmed. It is launching for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on January 26, 2023.

The game follows Fuji, a poor demon allergic to human expressions, including emotions such as love and friendship. Further, other characters include Piririka, Ao, Wey-yasu, and Higan Zesshousai, who each join the adventure. A new feature of the game is Dodeka MAX, where the character grows larger than the map and can unleash powerful attacks on multiple enemies. Additionally, items can now be reincarnated to be stronger, similar to weapons. Characters can also be reincarnated to return to level 1, but with the option to retain some of their stats.


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