Niikawa said the main attraction for the Vita version is the new scenarios. The last of the four scenarios is so long that one could actually say the game includes five new scenarios, he said.
The Vita version will also include all the PS3 version's download content, including the four chapters of the Raspberyl scenario, 49 background tracks, 29 save data icons, and so-forth.
There could be additional Vita exclusive features besides the new scenarios. Niikawa said that they're hoping to make use of positional information and touch functionality. The Vita version may also get its own download content, although if this were the case the content would focus on characters from Disgaea 4.
@Eddie: Well, best launch lineup ever was Super Mario Bros and Duck Hunt on the NES, right? Revolutionized the gaming industry and brought it back from the dead! Hehehe.
Interesting thing about Disgaea 3. Mmm, should I wait until the Vita version comes out and do my trophy run there or go with my "already in my collection" PS3 copy? Decision time!
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