See Disgaea 4 With New Art As Bikkuriman Stickers

By Spencer . February 16, 2011 . 10:32am

Nippon Ichi Software and chocolate treat maker Lotte have another set of Disgaea themed Bikkuriman stickers to collect. For the uninitiated, Bikkuriman stickers are used for a table top card game. Past series had angels and demons. Recently, the Bikkuriman Kanjyuku Haou series introduced Laharl and other Disgaea stars.



The second line of Kanjyuku Haou wafers has characters from Disgaea 4, which makes its debut next week in Japan. From left to right we have Desco (an ultimate weapon who was supposed to be the final boss), Fuka (in the Prinny costume), and Valbatoze (a vampire). You can pick up the Bikkuriman wafers starting on March 1.

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  • What the hell am I supposed to do with stickers?

    “Bikkuriman stickers are used for a table top card game.”
    … Oh, I see.

    • Testsubject909

      And now we need to beg for an english release of this table top card game.

  • Sal

    Argh! Val looks very bad!

    …And while we are at it:

    Laharl and Etna in HD!

      • Testsubject909

        So basically, what you guys are telling me is.


        • Sal

          DAY 1 BABY! DAY 1!


      • Yui

        Flonne has great big wings! Does this mean she’s no longer an Angel Trainee?! She’s a full Angel?!

        Am I too far behind in the Disgaea canon? XD

    • ZOMG ZOMG ZOMG ZOMG!!!!!! Laharl!!!!!!!! This game just became my RPG game of the year 2011!!! It looks simply epic all those images in such great awesomness!!!!! Day 1 Baby Day 1!!!!! NISA better give it their most ultimate special edition ever!

      • Testsubject909

        *looks at his watch*

        Right on cue. Nice going Tsunayoshi.

  • skyblaze

    Preordered the Limited Edition from PlayAsia… can’t wait to get it =D

  • Japanese get all the best board games. I mean Monopoly, Risk, Hero Quest and Munchkin (the last one a card game but an fantastic one) are awesome but I wish they did translate the video game board games released in Japan and bring them to the west. That would make conventions more epic.

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