Enroll In Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc’s Academy On PCs In February



Spike Chunsoft’s Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc announcements continue. The company has a release window for the PC port of the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita game. It will come to Steam in February.


The first Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc PC trailer has been released. In addition to the opening movie, introducing all of the students trapped within Hope’s Peak Academy, it also goes over some of the investigations and the game’s first trial. The video possess all of the voice acting from the PlayStation Vita localization, which was released by NIS America in North America in 2014.


In Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, 15 students find themselves trapped inside of a school, with a two-toned bear named Monokuma acting as their headmaster. Each student is the ultimate something, based on a skill in which they excel. They can live out their lives there, or they can attempt to kill each other. If someone is killed, an investigation is held, then a trial. If the murderer gets away with the crime, he or she is freed and all of the other students killed. If the culprit is caught, that person is executed, while the rest continue to live their lives. Players control Makoto Naegi, the Ultimate Lucky Student who won a lottery and wound up at Hope’s Peak Academy as a result.


Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc will be on Steam next month. It is immediately available for the PlayStation Vita. Spike Chunsoft has been issuing updates on the game via its newly launched Twitter and Facebook accounts. On January 18, the Steam page went online and confirmed Steam Achievement support.

Jenni Lada
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