Nippon Ichi Software has revealed that PSP title Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days will be coming to Europe next year.

The announcement was made during a special event at the Tokyo Game Show, where NIS also confirmed that two more games are on the way for the US. First up is Atelier Rorona, described by a spokesperson as "a classic-style RPG" for PS3. It's said to feature "a cel-shaded anime style".

Then there's Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman 2 - "Like a sim dungeon creation-style title," apparently, and in development for PSP. There's no word yet on whether those two will also make it to Europe.

At least we're getting Dark Hero Days, though. It's an enhanced port of Disgaea 2 for PS2, complete with new characters, chapters, special items and skills. An NIS spokesperson said the game will be released in Europe "around February". Visit the gamepage for some lovely screenshots and videos.

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