Full WrapUp: NIS America Holds Press Event Full of Announcements + Trailers

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For those who missed it, NIS America held a Press Event a few days ago which debuted a number of new trailers for their upcoming lineup today as well as detailed information about their games. In addition to these updates from NISA, new games were announced including the PlayStation Vita version of Disgaea 4 called Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited featuring the enhanced graphics on character sprites seen in the PS3 version and release dates for existing projects were debuted such as the European release date for Etrian Odyssey Untold which will be on May 2, 2014.

Fairy Fencer F is one of the new titles announced by NIS America and features crew from the classic Final Fantasy series development team in addition to development studio Compile Heart taking the lead. Battle Princess of Arcadias, another newly revealed NISA title, is already being compared to Dragon’s Crown by the press. Both of these games will release on PlayStation 3. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair though was probably a showstopper as it seems to have been given the most word thus far. This is a PlayStation Vita game which will be a direct sequel to the original Japanese PSP game that eventually saw release on iOS, Android, and PlayStation Vita platforms.

Scroll down for release dates and brand new trailers of the aforementioned games and more.

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

(Release Date: Fall 2014 | PlayStation Vita)

Danganronpa 2 - Goodbye Despair

Battle Princess of Arcadias

(Release Date: Summer 2014 | PlayStation 3)

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited

(Release Date: August 2014 | Platform: PlayStation Vita)

Fairy Fencer F

(Release Date: Fall 2014 | Platform: PlayStation 3)

Mugen Souls Z

(Release Date: May 2014 | Platform: PlayStation 3)

Demon Gaze

(Release Date: April 2014 | Platform: PlayStation Vita)

Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection

(Release Date: 2014 | Platform: PlayStation Vita)

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