Today, Nippon Ichi Software revealed a few of the titles it'll be releasing in 2018. The biggest news is that Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, the first game in the strategy series, will be getting a high-resolution remake this year.
There was no footage of the Disgaea HD Remake, but it's planned for a release this Summer in Japan, according to a translation by Gematsu.
The other games announced during the stream include Liar Princess and the Blind Prince, which is a game where a monster pretends to be a princess leading a blind prince through a dangerous forest. There's also Project Nightmare, which is a horror adventure title that uses live-action video.
No platform was revealed for any of these games, but Nippon Ichi Software President Sohei Niikawa previously said that the PlayStation 4 and Switch were the company's primary platforms. During the stream, Niikawa also "clicked" on a folder of photos that mentioned "Disgaea Next Work" and "xxx Remake Project", but the Disgaea Remake is likely only a stop gap release in Nippon Ichi's plans.