NIS America Bringing Four Games To The West

Every year we get a slew of new games from NIS America, and this year will be no different.  Last night, NIS announced that they will be bringing four more to the west in 2014.

The four games include Battle Princess of Arcadias, Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisted, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, and Fairy Fencer F.

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited (pictured below) will come to the PlayStation Vita this summer.  It is a strategy role-playing game and will be available at retail and via digital download.  It is a port of Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten, a PlayStation 3 game that was released in 2011.  The port will include a new story arc, a new spell tier, additional scenarios, and new music tracks.

Disgaea 4

Battle Princess of Arcadias (pictured below) is an action role-playing game; also considered a beat-em-up RPG.  It will be released this summer exclusively on PlayStation 3 as a PlayStation Network download.  Battle Princess features a party based battle system as well as has upgradable gear and will only have the Japanese voice track. 


Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (pictured below) is a murder mystery visual novel coming to the PlayStation Vita.  It will come to the west this Fall.  You have to work with or against your fellow high school students in order to find out who is killing everyone and survive.  It will feature both English and Japanese voice tracks.


Fair Fencer F (pictured below) is a turn-based role-playing game.  It will be coming to PlayStation 3 this fall.  It features art work from two former Final Fantasy artists.  It will feature both English and Japanese voice tracks.  The story involves ancient weapons that have the power of the gods sealed within them.

fairy fencer f

My Opinion:

Normally I am not very excited for NIS games, but Fairy Fencer F and Danganronpa sound really fun.  NIS America is good about hitting the niche market of games, and it seems that they are continuing that this year.  Here’s to hoping these games are really good!

Courtney Osborn is MONG’s founder and editor.  You can follow him on Twitter and IGN.

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