North American publisher NIS America shot out a press release today detailing a few of the titles they announced at Tokyo Game Show, including the Android-bound Disgaea: Netherworld Unbound. Get the full rundown and some screens below.
Disgaea: Netherworld Unbound is scheduled to hit Android devices this winter. The new mobile version optimizes Disgaea for the cell phone platform, and will offer purchasable characters, items, features and more. Enter the Item World as a single Prinny with your team alongside and see how far you can make it.
Next up is Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2, set for release on PlayStation 3 in spring 2012. This sequel to Hyperdimension Neptunia puts you in control of a console goddess tasked with protecting the land of Gamindustri. One of its chief features is an all-new free-roaming battle system that NIS says allows for "more strategic combat."
However, if all you want is more Disgaea, then be on the lookout for Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention. This PlayStation Vita version of Disgaea 3 was previously covered on CR News, but now it's on its way to North America, as well, with a general launch window of spring 2012.
Finally, NIS America announced the tentatively titled Clan of Champions, a multiplayer action game developed by Tenchu creator Acquire Corp. Clan offers 3-person team co-op or 3-on-3 head-to-head mode, pitting human, orc and elf alike against a series of tough missions. It's currently scheduled for a spring 2012 release, and will be landing on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Here are some screens: