Reviews and Problems with DanganRonpa Trigger Happy Havoc
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E. Heath, Amazon
23 December 2014
Summary: When I started Danganronpa, my initial thought was that I might be a little too old for it; I didn't feel as impressed as I felt I should for a game with so many glowing reviews. It wasn't long, however, before I started to find myself sucked into the game's world. I don't want to spoil anything about the story, so I'll just say that the game feels like a strange blend of 999, Ace Attorney and Battle Royale.
Summary: I didn't know what I was getting when I picked this up, other than it was one of the best games available for the Vita. It turns out this was my first Visual Novel style game, and much like a good book, I couldn't put this down. If you find yourself with a Vita and want to experience more games for the system, I encourage everyone interested in picking this up. I went in with an open mind, and now I can't wait to dig into the sequel.
It does a wonderful job of showcasing visual novel elements while still making ...
Jessica Cannon, Amazon
1 December 2014
Summary: There's so much I want to say about this game. It's an absolute gem! The characters are unique and engaging, and the tense plot line keeps you on edge and glued to the screen. It does a wonderful job of showcasing visual novel elements while still making the player an active part of solving the game's mysteries. Also, it has hours of post-game features and play modes that allow you to find out even more about the characters. One of my all time favorites.
One of the best games, and one of the best story EVER told.
Jason Jeon, Amazon
28 November 2014
Summary: The game is amazing. Really, I will never regret buying this game. It is very similar to ace attorney in the 'deadly life' part of the game and very similar to persona 4 in the 'free time' part of the game. The game play is fantastic and creative. There are few parts in the trial. There is the 'make argument' section where you find a contradiction, the 'hangman's gambit' where you find a specific word, and a rhythm-type game to (...well find out by yourself!).
Summary: So, I didn't realize how this was JUST a story. Or how JUST a story this "game" was. That was a quick initial turn off, but the voice acting, and the story (duh, right?) are just so fun. I swear, if anyone can have favorite voice actors, mine would be Brian Beacock (Monokuma). The mini-games are very mini, sometime annoying, but all in all, I really enjoyed this.
Summary: Amazing game, there are many reviews that are already made a great job describing about Danganronpa and they are accurate. This game is very entertaining but the star of the show with no doubt: Monokuma a little twisted teddy bear. The coolest bastard ever!
Summary: GOTY for me so far. I love the art style and the music. It reminds me of Persona, Phoenix Wright, and the style of The World Ends with You. I loved the game so much that I adapted some of the characters into my Halloween costume this year. The game is extremely dark and wickedly humorous. I love all the different personalities of the characters and the plot twists and development.
Summary: I was curious about this game for a while based on the reviews, but was always skeptical of this type of non-traditional game ("how good could it be?"). Well, it's a pretty incredible experience. A very well-written story with plenty of twists and turns, plus likable, intriguing characters and fun debate/investigation mechanics. If only the blood was red! Can't wait to start up DR2!
Summary: This is my favorite PS Vita game. It is full of twists and turns. Students that murder eachother. You go around as a "sort of" detective and try to win others over in order to get information. The best part about it is the "Experience authentic gameplay with original Japanese language/voices or new English language/voices." This game is obviously not for everyone... but it is a big change from the norm if you want something VERY different.