Atlus to Distribute Disgaea 3, Disgaea DS and Rhapsody DS in North America

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Atlus USA has announced today that it has signed on to be the exclusive North American distributor of three top NIS America titles including Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice, Disgaea DS, and Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure. Atlus has helped distribute numerous titles for NIS in the past, so this is merely a continuation of an already prosperous partnership.

“We are honored to continue working closely with NIS America and provide wide distribution in North America for these three great RPGs. The long-running relationship between our companies demonstrates our collective dedication to bringing the very best console and handheld RPG experiences to loyal fans,” said Tim Pivnicny, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Atlus.

“Over the years, we have built a strong relationship with Atlus,” said Harusato Akenaga, President of NIS America. “We have worked together on a number of great titles in the past and we are thrilled to partner once again to release Disgaea 3, Disgaea DS, and Rhapsody later this year. Please look forward to some of the most hardcore games to be released for PLAYSTATION®3 and Nintendo DS™!”

Release dates and prices have now also been officially locked in for all three titles. Disgaea 3 will ship August 26th for $49.99, while Disgaea DS and Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure will hold hands into retail on September 23rd for $29.99 apiece.

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