NIS America has announced that its celebratory HD makeover of the original Disgaea will be coming to PlayStation 4 and Switch in Europe on October 12th.

Disgaea 1 Complete, as the newly revamped version is known, arrives as part of the series' 15th anniversary celebrations. The first title in in the series, Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, launched on PlayStation 2 in 2003, and immediately won fans thanks to its blend of satisfying turn-based tactics, outlandish levelling, and daffy humour.

This first title follows the adventures of Prince Laharl as he attempts to conquer the Netherworld and become its Overlord - with the anniversary remaster introducing HD visuals and a new Etna Mode, welcoming characters not found in the original release.

Disgaea 1 Complete comes to PlayStation 4 and Switch on October 12th in Europe, and a little earlier - October 9th - in North America.

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