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Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
28 April 2014
Conclusion: Depending on your expertise in these types of games, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc can easily clock in around 20 hours plus. Even with that amount of time under your belt, you still haven’t seen and/or collected everything possible in the game. For those who desire to collect everything, you can hop back into the game via the New Game+ mode. All in all, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is an engrossing experience that is perfect for the Vita’s pick up and go nature.
Summary: I hesitate to recommend " Dangan Ronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc " without reservation; visual novel games are not for everyone, but this is one of the best. More than that, it may open up the genre for people who never knew they would like it with its action scenes, puzzles, and RPG elements. If this has piqued your interest in anyway then check it out now… and give it about three hours to hook you.
Excerpt: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is the first game in what appears to be a series from Japan that has developed a bit of a following and also, apparently, a manga. Trigger Happy Havoc is the series' first foray into the U.S. and it leaves an odd, but appealing impression that feels more like an interactive graphic novel than a standard videogame. Danganronpa has two visual styles that fit oddly together.
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Review – PlayStation Vita
23 February 2014
Excerpt: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc might sound like the latest game show airing in Japan but in reality it is one of the most “WTF am I playing” games I’ve ever played on my PS Vita. I went into this game with absolutely no expectations of even a shred of knowledge about what I was about to be playing.
(PlayStation Vita Review) Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
The Entertainment Depot
18 February 2014
Summary: Danganronpa : Trigger Happy Havoc is an interesting take on the visual novel, mixing elements from procedural investigative mysteries and high-school-inspired adventures with a touch of the surreal. An excellent localization by NIS America sees a class of archetype characters come to life with a lot of humor and more natural reactions than in other entries, such as 999 .
Summary: may miss the mark with many gamers because of the style of game it is. However, if you’re ready for a solid story and intriguing characters, it’s a great time to bust out the Vita and give the game a try. What you’ll find is a great adventure title that will find you guessing at every turn.
Excerpt: I don't often think about killing my friends. Why would I? In everyday circumstances, such a violent act would be inconceivable. However, what if my situation were changed? Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc does away with the normal rules and routines that govern modern societies, and in doing so, is able to examine the desires that hide within everyone. What if the only way you could escape a prison is by killing a friend?
Pros: Well-crafted and fascinating story, Diverse and relatable cast of characters, Fast-paced trials add excitement to the storytelling, Game presents an optimistic face even amid the dour events, School Life gives you a chance to learn about every character
Cons: Some tired plot twists add little of interest, School Life's main hook doesn't grab your attention