DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc - PlayStation Vita
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- UPC: 813633013466
- Weight: 108 grams
- Platform: PlayStation Vita
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is a revised and revamped edition of a title originally released on the PlayStation Portable in Japan in 2010. You'll take on the role of Makoto Naegi, a desperately average teenager who somehow finds himself accepted into Hope's Peak Academy, a prestigious high school normally reserved for the nation's "ultimate" students. But when he arrives, he and the other students soon find themselves trapped in a battle for survival against a twisted mastermind who has taken them all prisoner. You'll have to unmask the villain and uncover the secret of the school...or die trying! Daily Life, Deadly Life: Trapped in a school-turned-prison, students are murdering each other one by one. You'll have to investigate each incident, search for clues, and talk to your classmates to try and get to the bottom of each brutal case! Mock Trial: The nefarious Monokuma serves as judge, jury, and executioner as you engage in deadly wordplay, going back and forth with suspects, dissecting their statements and firing their words back at them to expose their lies! Popularity Contest: Sway classmates to your side in each investigation, squeezing information from them to figure out who did it. And when you do, turn up the heat in a variety of timing and reflexbased game systems to uncover the truth and save your skin! Bilingual In-Game Voices: Experience authentic gameplay with original Japanese language/voices or new English language/voices.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's a Japanese adventure game similar to Zero Escape moodwise, but 19+ (for mature) version of Ace Attorney for Nintendo at the same time. Story is about survival and trust just like Battle Royale (novel/movie), Hunger Games.
The main flow of each chapter is following:
1. Story (one way flow reading texts)
2. Freetime (hang around the school, talk to people you like, give gifts, find more about the game story and get bonus skills for the trial)
3. One~two people get murdered each chapter and you have to investigate.
4. After investigate, you hold a trial with other classmates and have to find the true culprit, and failing to do so will cost everyone's life except the culprit him/herself.
What I like
1. PS Vita currently lacks a decent adventure genres, or more like a decent non-indie title.
Luckily, this Q1 is full of nice vita games including danganronpa, toukiden, dynasty warriors, etc.
2. Very detailed chapter flow
Each chapter has several parts and it's very well crafted with detail. Doesn't feel repetitive.
3. Engaging story
4. Extremely well done localization. I can't find single Japanese in the game. You get to choose either Japanese or English, which is appreciated.
Who should play this
1. You are into Japanese animes
2. You like text adventures with a lot of reading and something that gives you thoughts.
3. You like very serious stories or appreciate 999 for NDS or Ace Attorney series.
Who shouldn't play this
1. Those who are not used to mystery novels/detective stories.Read more ›
Now I am not much of a reader at all, and to be honest the gameplay does get dull after a couple of class trials because they don't change. But the gripping and intense story was more than enough for me to believe this is one of the best games for the vita. So if you're thinking about buying this game, give it a try, like all games you like it or you don't, but this game is really something special.
Reminded me of Pheonix Wright....you have weird characters with weird cases.
There are social links like the Persona Series. There is tons or replaybility compared to the Wright series.
Replability comes from the School Mode after the main story: Not going to spoil anything :)
There is one thing I didn't like, it was not difficult to beat. The difficulty levels are pointless in the gameplay part.
It worth 45 dollars to me.
Still, excellent story and I suggest that if you own a Vita, this should definitely be part of your library.
Most recent customer reviews
Obviously great game! Came in an awesome amount of time (first time using prime) overall very happy!Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I highly recommend this game to any Phoenix Wright fans or anyone looking for a good and rich psychological thriller visual novel.Published 11 months ago by SohRonery
One of my favorite games and more precisely the reason I got my Vita! Ordered from Amazon because I could only find the second one in stores, but still very happy with it!Published 12 months ago by Cayla