For Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten on the PlayStation 3, It’s just unfortunate that Double Jump isn’t doing the strategy guide for Disgaea 4. Disgaea 4: a Promise Unforgotten Official Strategy Guide (Brady Games) This is a stock Photo, all books/strategy guides in stock are used. Some may have. Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten | Table of Contents | Walkthrough Makai Senki Disugaia Fō) is a Tactical role-playing game for the PlayStation 3 and is the fourth in the Disgaea series by Nippon Ichi Software. Website, Official site .
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Nagh, the online community for this series is ridiculous. Disgaeea have not bought one of the Disgaea guides myself, but i doubt they go thru the complex math and finding grindings spots like strateby community does.
Plus, the name of the game is grind, ever having trouble Buying a guide for this would be just as useless as when i bought a guide for gears of war Log In Sign Up. Keep me logged in on this device Forgot your username or password?
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A Promise Unforgotten should i buy the official strategy guide? Haha yes we online community are crazy even if those of us who tended to do the bulk of the faqs for them are done with that i7 k 5. They give you the formulas, they show you how to make the best weapons, or how to obtain a magichanged weapon from Land of Carnage Item World like in Disgaea 3, they go through tons of information like the specialists you’ll need, how many you’ll need, how you promis them, charts, graphs, pictures, even stuff like creating towers of blocks with thieves in order to get the hieght benefit in order to do max damage in Disgaea 2, etcetera.
There’s very little information I can think of that you can’t get from the guides, plus it’s easier to read a guide in front of your t.
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Especially if you don’t know what it is your’e looking for. If you can afford one, and love the game, I’d say get it. Double Jump Books does amazing work.
Plus they even have spoilers upside down, so that it’s harder to ruin stuff. Especially post game stuff. If my internet goes down, last thing I’d want to do unforgtten be cut off from all the information or print up hundreds of pages, etcetera.
This is good information and all. It’s just unfortunate that Double Jump isn’t prommise the strategy guide for Disgaea 4. Double Jump strafegy went out of it’s way to make the guides, and specifically pointed out the math and grinding locations. In fact, the people who worked on the guides, were part of the original Disgaea community when the first officoal came out.
Those guys worked on all the NISA game guides. So, instead of like, Brady or Prima, where it was just people “doing their job” to play through a game and pump out a guide, rushing it to get to the next one, DJ’s guide aa were huge fans of the games themselves, and an active part of the community. Hell, D2’s guide alone is like pages, and with the supplement guide we did for the PSP version, the total comes out to nearly pages covering that game alone.
If you want a crazily in-depth guidebook for Disgaea 1, 2, or 3, YES, get the guide. DoubleJump put terrifying amounts of detail into those short but very thick guides.
Unfortunately, this is not the case for Disgaea 4. There are some rather stupid typos that make the infromation useless.
For example, I wanted to find out how to unlock the Battle Suit humanoid class in the game. It says, “Warriors are a starting class”. An obvious copy-paste error; and unfortunately this guidebook has many of them, which makes it quite frustrating. If you have online access fairly often, I would suggest skipping the guidebook and using Gamefaqs as your guide.
If you do not get online often or enough to look up whatever you want, when you wantthe guide can be handy to have around. Unfortunately, you simply cannot expect too much of this book. Just knowing this guide is by Bradygames instead of Doublejump is more than enough to understand not to by this guide.
Doublejump is even kind enough sometimes to make things spoiler-safe, such as putting all of the post-game stuff upside down. Would you say what you mean, or mean what you say?
Megaman Starforce 3 FC: Its got some decent info in it. But it will get outclassed once people start putting up faq’s here. Keep me logged in on this device.
Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten FAQs, Walkthroughs, and Guides for PlayStation 3 – GameFAQs
Forgot your username or password? RocketZXblue RocketZXblue 7 years ago 1 topic i almost never buy hardcopy strategy guides only one time i did was for dragon quest 3 GBC surprisingly worth the money with all it’s details that online guides fail to mention, and full detailed maps and such. Crimson Phantom Crimson Phantom 7 years ago 3 Haha yes we online community are crazy even if those of us who tended to do the bulk of the faqs for them are done with that i7 k 5.
HolyLancer9 HolyLancer9 7 years ago 6 Nagh, the online community for this series is ridiculous. Cervosi Cervosi 7 years ago 8 Just knowing this guide is by Bradygames instead of Doublejump is more than enough to understand not to by this guide. Dragon Dragon 7 years ago 10 Its got some decent info in it.