After Nippon Ichi Software introduced us to Disgaea 7’s protagonist Fuji with his own video, we are now entering the next round. Today the developer introduces you to Miss Piririka. A spontaneous person, Piririka grew up happily in the Wahei Netherworld. She loves movies and manga in the genre of “bushido” (code of conduct and philosophy of ancient Japanese noble warriors, samurai). When she arrives at Hinomoto Netherworld, Piririka suffers a culture shock: as she is very naive, the girl is easily fooled. However, she has a strong heart and believes that when a person turns bad, there must be a reason. As the CEO of a clothing company, she is very wealthy. For this reason, she often tries to solve problems with money rather than malevolence. A demo version of the game for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 will be released on January 12 in Japan. In this version, it is possible to taste the adventure until the second chapter. The obtained score can be transferred later.
More details about Disgaea 7
The protagonists are the traveling samurai Fuji and the otaku girl Piririka. Your objective is to collect seven legendary weapons. These are possessed by souls and can even destroy gods. Who wields such a weapon can reach a special state. The Netherworld presents itself in the new SRPG with a Japanese twist. A new feature is “Dodeka MAX”. The characters become giants. In this state, the characters leave the map and stand next to it. Opponents can also adopt this powerful state. In addition to characters, objects can also be reincarnated. Of course, this leads to even more damage. As always, you can organize your party freely. You can also automate the upgrade process with AI settings. The latest installment in the popular series will be released in Japan on January 26, 2023 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch. The announcement for the west seems like a formality, but nothing is official yet.
The Piririka trailer
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