Also known as: Makai Senki Disgaea: Makai no Ouji to Akai Tsuki (JP)
|...But what does it mean?|
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Disgaea DS is a remake of Disgaea: Hour of Darkness in the form of a silent film.
Asagi's character portrait is present in the sprite sheet even though she doesn't make a cameo appearance in this game.
The following two cutscenes are present at the very end in the game's dialogue file (talk.dat), and stick out for several reasons. They are not present at all during the dialogue, nor do they seem to appear in the original PS2 game.
#0 #1 #2
This dialogue appears to test multiple lines in the dialogue box, which is limited to three lines.
通常の場合、アイテムの能力値は 基本値の3倍までしか上がりません たとえば、リストバンドのATKは どんなに優秀なATK屋が何人居ても 12以上にはならないということです しかし、レアやレジェンドの場合は この限りではありません また、上限値をUPさせる住人も いるらしいです
This dialogue appears to explain the behaviour of specialists, a mechanic in the game. As mentioned above, only three lines fit the dialogue box. Because of this, dialogue usually contain a scripted pause after every third line for the user to press A. However, this dialogue sticks out in that it lacks any such pauses.
Both dialogues also stick out in that neither contains an "end of dialogue" command, which is present in all other dialogue and cutscenes.
Unused help text
Each class in the game has an associated help text that is displayed in the Dark Assembly when creating a character. Some "classes" however represent characters that can't be created in the Dark Assembly, such as story-related characters, your vassals, and some postgame enemies. As such, their help texts are never displayed.
Since the Hospital character is a Samurai, and a lot of character entries in the class table have statistics copied from the class they are based on, it is possible that its description is an old one for the Samurai classes. This could indicate that the Samurai classes had a higher counter rate at some point in development.
|Laharl||Son of the late Overlord|
|Etna||Vassal to the Overlord|
|Flonne||Angel in training|
|Gordon||The current Defender of Earth|
|Baal||Lord of Terror: Lord of all Overlords|
|Prinny Baal||Prinny: The former Lord of Terror...|
|Hospital||Humanoid: Good with swords/spears, and at countering|
|Marjoly||The worst thing to happen to the galaxy - ever!|
The item data table contains two unused items, both weapons, that seemingly were meant to be used by Priere and the Seraph. Judging by the position of the items in the item table and its "type of item field", both were supposed to appear under "ETC/EX" in the item collection records along with other story-related equipment. Both items seem to share the Prinny suit's icon, presumably as a placeholder until a proper icon is drawn.
|41||Felicitacion||Wpn-Baton: Overlord Priere's longtime weapon||1500000||(? weapon) Atk = 1800|
|41||Oracle||Wpn-Celestial Treasure: Weapon of generations of Seraphs||1500000||(? weapon) Atk = 700|
These strings seem to have been used for debugging during development, but got left in the final build of the game.
This is an archive containing 280 files with filenames file0000 through file0279. Each file contains a row of numbers neatly padded with spaces to align. Some kind of debugging output.
This file holds sprite data for all sprites used in the game, simply stored as raw bytes without palette or size information (this is stored elsewhere). However, the first 512 bytes before the first sprite contain formatting strings seemingly related to the image conversion. [^Z] below denotes byte 0x1A.
みないでねっ!!!\nみないでねっ!![^Z] エラー: %s を書き込みオープンできなかった %s.bin saveMgrImg %s %d\n dmy %s : 警告 : setSprt : %s w,h=%d,%d u,v=%d,%d (src %d,%d)\n %s : エラー: setSprt : %s w,h=%d,%d u,v=%d,%d (src %d,%d)\n tx bpp == 8 .\dsgSp1toTga.cpp pal_size_max_ anm_flags_ anm_rate_max_ anm_rate_min_ anm_rotate_max_ anm_rotate_min_ anm_center_y_max_ anm_center_y_min_ anm_center_x_max_ anm_center_x_min_ anm_zoom_y_max_ anm_zoom_y_min_ anm_zoom_x_max_ anm_zoom_x_min_ anm_
|The Disgaea series|
|PlayStation 2||Disgaea: Hour of Darkness|
|PlayStation 3||Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten|
|PlayStation Vita||Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited|
|Nintendo DS||Disgaea DS|