Disgaea Dimensions 2: A Brighter Darkness is due this autumn in Europe and North America

Time and Eternity and The Guided Fate Paradox also heading west.

Cult-favourite turn-based strategy series Disgaea's upcoming entry, Disgaea Dimensions 2: A Brighter Darkness, is coming to PS3 in Europe and North America this autumn courtesy of publisher NIS America (thanks IGN).

Disgaea Dimensions 2 is the fifth game in Nippon Ichi Software's popular series and it acts as a direct sequel to the first game. It also looks bats*** insane, as can be gleaned by this trailer.

Elsewhere, NIS America is bringing two more PS3-exclusive JRPGs to the west with Time and Eternity and The Guided Fate Paradox. The former was know as Toki to Towa in Japan where it was published by Namco Bandai. Developed by Luminous Arc studio Image Epoch, Time and Eternity is due this summer in Europe and North America.

Finally, the Guided Fate Paradox is a roguelike developed internally at NIS America. It's due for release this autumn in Europe and North America.

Trailers for the very, very Japanese Time and Eternity and The Guided Fate Paradox are below.

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