Reviews and Problems with DanganRonpa Trigger Happy Havoc
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I’m in total despair. Why?
P. Romance, Amazon
29 July 2015
Summary: I’m in total despair. Why? I can’t believe I missed this awesome game for so long! I recently just got my very own PS Vita and was looking for new games to buy. And I kept bypassing this game because of the title and the cover. I assume it was a rhythm game and I definitely was wrong.
Summary: This is a Japanese visual novel type game. It's basically an adventure game without the puzzles. You instead have 'class trials' where you are supposed to figure out different aspects of the crime from the clues and what the other students are saying.
Summary: Absolutely love this game!!! I love it so much that before I was even finished I went and bought the second one. It was all worth it. If you like murders, mysteries, novel-type games and crazy stuffed bears out to destroy the world this is your game.
A mix of great adventure/VN styles all in one crazy game
10 July 2015
Summary: Blend the following games together: Zero Escape (for dark plot setup) Persona 3/4 (for social development) Phoenix Wright (for investigation and trial) And then add original characters, really strange/wonderful music, and a great 2D/3D mix art style, and you have Danganronpa.
Summary: Pros: Story Characters Music Cons: Difficulty can sometimes be a bit high, having to check online for the correct selection is kind of lame Having to look online to figure out how to optimize free time is also lame, I would suggest playing without checking online first for a more immersive...
Summary: As a fan of the game I really enjoyed playing it again. Some of the voice acting is iffy but there are English voices I actually prefer to the original Japanese VO as well. The kid's titles will forever grind on my nerves and maybe it's because I've played it before, or maybe it's th English...
Summary: Excellent plot, lovable characters. It's up there with Persona 4 Golden as the Vita's best titles. The minigames are the only weak area, but fortunately they don't have a don't have a dominant presence in the game.
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.
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.
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...