Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Patch Makes It Easier To Get Map Edit Parts

By Spencer . February 27, 2014 . 1:19am

Nippon Ichi Software released a patch for Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited that adds in rear touch panel controls and lowers the price of some of the items from the map edit shop. The patch also adds new bills to pass in the Dark Assembly plus two more save icons.


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The patch is available for the Japanese version of the game. NIS America plans to bring the game over to North America and Europe this summer.

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  • Shady Shariest

    Rear controls?
    Would love to hear more about what kinda controls…

    • TrueDefault

      Disgaea 3 vita has camera control mapped to rear touchpad, maybe it’s something similar?

      • Shady Shariest

        Hmhm… That could be quite useful, actually…
        Angling the camera would get ever more fast and dynamic.

        • Methylene

          Eh, I personally deactivated those controls after a few times. It was more annoying than helpful, but yeah, it really depends on the person. YMMV

          • TrueDefault

            Same! I only use front touchpad when I want top-down view.

  • Wait the map editor is back…….?

    NISA better not limit the editor out of fear of inappropriate maps again.

    • Testsubject909

      I am far more amused by the fact that the comment that follows yours immediately, that is the one just above.

      Is someone who swears to devote their custom maps to nothing but inappropriate maps.

    • Crazy_O

      Why has NISA such a big problem with this?

      Kids draw inappropiate things everywhere, even in popular games like Battlefield. It never hit the news, this is so common that nobody really cares.

      Why limit a map-editor significantly for a niche game that other than a few people, most adults, don’t even know about? I don’t know why they are so delusional in this regard, this wouldn’t even reach radio news.

      • Methylene

        It wasn’t NISA. It was a decision that Sony made for them: either find a way to moderate your online content or you can’t use it. Since the game wasn’t made with possible content moderation in mind, they had no choice but to simply edit the thing so everything would be pre-made.

  • 無尽合体ブランタコブスキ

    I will make nothing but maps shaped like dicks

  • cloudcaelum

    This is already in english for PS3, so why we waitting for several month for localization? Fuck!

    • Michael Richardson

      Because… The PS Vita isn’t a PS3 ?

    • Anesia Hunter

      The PS Vita version will contain a lot of new content the PS3 version doesn’t have. (Guess you missed all of those articles for Disgaea 4 Returns.)

      • cloudcaelum

        I know about this. Lol 4-5 minor content and for 4-5 month wait, nice excuse. Better than never for sure.

        • Anesia Hunter

          would you rather they rush and screw up then? ^^

        • Time Sage

          Also, going by Disgaea 3, some of the smaller things may be changed. IE: Rozalin’s class and unit discprtion were redone to hide Disgaea 2 spoilers.

  • Prinny Dood

    Can’t dood. Um does any know if you can use your disgaea 3 save data in this game dood?

    • Yatol Charles

      yes you can

  • Paulthesnug

    If the map editor is censored I’m not buying it. Period dot dash.

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