Disgaea 4 A Promise Unforgotten Trophy Guide

Disgaea 4 A Promise Unforgotten Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A tactical J-RPG and the fourth in the Disgaea series taking place in a Netherworld. The Platinum requires two playthroughs and a lot of grinding.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten *** 51 Nippon Ichi Software Japan 42 5 3 0 0

Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten

Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten is a tactical J-RPG, the fourth game in the Disgaea series, and the second released on the PlayStation 3. Taking place in a Netherworld, allies are given specific skills which can be deployed in a turn-based combat system.

Valvatorez is a vampire who, alongside his servant Fenrich, was once feared as a tyrant but is now forced to perform menial work in Hades, where the souls of the dead are sent to be transformed into Prinnies. When the government decides on a mass extermination of all Prinnies, Valvatorez and his servant decide to fight across the Netherworld to win the support of the masses in order to prepare for a rebellion against the government.

Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten received positive reviews, with an average score of 81%, considered the best Disgaea in the series since the original on the PS2, though geared only towards the hard-core J-RPG fans.

If you've played the previous Disgaea game on the PS3, then you'll understand this is no quick platinum you can nab over the weekend. Aside from requiring at least two playthroughs, there is much grindwork to do, leveling up characters to their maximum, collecting all the items, and constant reloads of previous saves. Not to mention all the reading and research in guides and walkthroughs you'll need to do.

Overall, while the game doesn't require any serious skills, getting the Platinum will take you anywhere between 150 to over 200 hours of gameplay.

First, before switching on the game, you must decide if you plan to download the requested patch for the game. There's a "duping glitch" which can save you 50+ hours of gameplay. However, downloading the patch will eliminate the possibility of performing this glitch. Not downloading the patch means being unable to get online while playing, or gaining access to DLC, and be constantly reminded to download the patch every time you start up the game. The choice is yours.

Also, there's an option to switch off the animated sequences, which will save you a few seconds of time during combat. However, the Special Stalker trophy requires that you watch all of the special skills. So, we recommend leaving it on until you've at least collected this trophy.

When the game begins, make sure you don't hit any buttons. Watch the opening scene, and you'll unlock the This Is Disgaea 4 trophy.

Afterwards, it's simply a matter of playing through the story. There are 10 trophies which need to be collected during a single playthrough: Items Roadshow, Special Stalker, Scavenger Hunt Champion Of The Netherworld, The End Of The Beginning, Fight The God Fight, Of Promises Past, Fenrich's Mission, The Melancholy Of Fuka Kazamatsuri, Desco's New Purpose, and Vote For Emizel. Check out the Disgaea 4 A Promise Unforgotten trophy guide links under our Links tab for further details. These trophies, however, can be collected on your second playthrough in New Game+, so it's not vital that you obtain them in your first playthrough.

Also, before fighting the final boss, make sure to make a save file, which you can use later to collect all the epilogues. After beating the game, reload the file you made before defeating the boss, and collect all the epilogues. For more information, check out the Of Promises Past trophy for details in the trophy guides under our Links tab.

Next, you'll want to beat the story again on a second cycle. Here, you'll want to focus on collecting any of the story playthrough related trophies you were unable to get during your first round, such as Scavenger Hunt Champion Of The Netherealm. Before map 10-6, make a save file. After you've gotten the Fight The God Fight trophy, reload your save and finish the game with the normal ending.

Last, comes all the post-game grinding, where you will be going for all the remaining trophies. This is where many hours of hard work comes in, such as farming to reach the maximum level of 9999, and many others. Check out the Disgaea 4 A Promise Unforgotten trophy guide links under our Links tab for specific details for each trophy that you're missing.

RenamonFox created a text-based Walkthrough, here:

And another text-based Walkthrough, this one by Mwulf:

And a useful Wiki Guide, here:

This is a fantastic Trophy Guide, by Metal_Jaws & stgermain:

And a great Trophy Guide, created by Crealkllr:

Here's a simple Trophy Guide, but with some videos, by Josh Romero:

Another simple Trophy Guide, but with some useful links:

This is an FAQ by Metal_Jaws, regarding the "Duping Glitch":

Here's a method by Cress, to help with the Biggus Stickus trophy:

And Komori Kiri's guide here, for the Items Roadshow trophy:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Disgaea 3 Absence of Justice Trophy Guide

Disgaea 3 Absence of Justice Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A J-RPG and the third in the Disgaea series involving students at the Evil Academy. The Platinum can be quite time consuming, as well as require a lot of luck.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice *** 51 Nippon Ichi Software Japan 42 5 3 0 0

Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice

Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice is a tactical J-RPG, the third in the Disgaea series which began on the PS2, and is the first title to be released for the PlayStation 3. Players control a group of characters of various classes, moving across a map which features "geo blocks" that have statistical effects in combat.

The story takes place at the Evil Academy, a demon school in the Netherworld where good students are those who participate in evil activities. Mao is cutting school in order to pursue his dream of overthrowing his father, the netherworld's Overlord, and claiming the title for himself. Meanwhile, his fellow pupils at the Academy attempt to stop his plans one way or another.

Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice received relatively positive reviews with an average score of 74%, criticized for its 'old style' on a seventh generation console and possessing a difficult learning curve, but praised for its story depth and interesting characters.

This can be a high or low 3-star rating, depending on your luck. Like most J-RPGs, there's nothing particularly difficult about this platinum, but requires a lot of time. Getting your characters to level 9999 will, as you can imagine, require a lot of grinding. Also, there are a number of Pirates you need to defeat, which appear randomly - which means crossing your fingers as you continuously reload your save.

Overall, this Platinum will require anywhere between 100 to 200 hours of gameplay.

Basically, you'll want to simply play through the main story. It's recommended to aim for the ABC's Of Hitting trophy sometime before Chapter 4, and the Cinco De Panelo trophy in Chapter 3, just to make mopping-up a little easier later on. Otherwise, simply play to the end.

Ironically, your hunt for the Platinum has now only just begun. Next, you'll need to max out your characters to level 9999, particularly Mao. This is where all the hours of grinding will come in, so just have patience and keep at it. We've included a mini guide in the Links page that will give you some leveling-up tips.

Next, you'll need to collect 34 tickets. Some of these can be bought at random vendors, but most of which you'll need to acquire by defeating pirates in the item world. Along the way, you should hopefully get some of the defeat pirates related trophies. After collecting 34 illegal tickets, complete the 35 X-dimension levels and collect the Chicken Hat.

Next, you'll need to head to the Land of Carnage item world and collect items as you reach the top ten floors, and collect monsters. On the floors 91-100, you'll be hunting for pirates to get all their corresponding trophies. This is where more grinding and a lot of luck comes in, as the types of pirates which appear are random. Make sure you create a save on floor 90, so that you can quit and reload each time you run through and obtain the pirate trophies. As it's based on luck, this can take anywhere between 15 to 80 hours of gameplay.

Last, there's mopping-up to do. Check out the Disgaea 3 Absence of Justice trophy guide links under our Links tab for tips on anything you're missing. For the 10 Billion Damage Man trophy, it's a lot easier to obtain if you purchase and download the Hero Prinny DLC, which is currently listed at $1.99 and will save you hours of trouble. If not, then you'll need to complete the epilogue to get Flonne for this trophy.

Last Rebellion Trophy Guide

Last Rebellion Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A tactical J-RPG taking place in a fantasy open world. The game is rather easy and linear, requiring roughly 15 hours to unlock the Platinum trophy.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Last Rebellion * 19 Nippon Ichi Software Japan 2 7 9 0 0

Last Rebellion

Last Rebellion is a tactical J-RPG with free-roaming exploration, brought to us by the moderately-sized Nippon Ichi Software company, more famous for their Disgaea series.

Nine Asfel is a Blade whose home was destroyed by war many years ago, and has been sent on a quest by King Arzelide to eliminate the Belzeds - creatures which can only be defeated by both a Blade and a Sealer to destroy both their bodies and souls.

The game received overall poor reviews, with an average score of 34%, and even resulted in an apology by Nippon Ichi Software's American president, Haru Akenaga, for its low quality.

A very linear game which, so long as you follow the guides under our Links tab, you should have no trouble obtaining the Platinum in about 15 hours, depending on whether or not you bother to watch the cut-scenes.

The trophies are all linked to defeating bosses, most of which are story-based, and 8 other optional bosses. Check out the Last Rebellion trophy guide and walkthrough links under our Links tab for strategy details, but generally you want to make your way through the game, defeating bosses and locating the optional ones, before reaching the final boss.

Also, along the way you'll want to collect at least 15 Ganon keys before each boss battle, which can be farmed from regular battles, in order to unlock the chests afterwards.

That's basically the nuts and bolts of the game. Follow the walkthroughs and guides, and the Platinum shall be yours.

Cauchy has created a great Trophy Guide, posted here:

Here is Cauchy's Strategy Guide, useful for defeating the bosses:

WishingTikal has created a fantastic video Walkthrough of the game on Youtube. Here's the link to Part 1:

And just for variety, here's another video Walkthrough, this one created by e1337Media:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: