Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc PC to be Released on 2/18/2016

Monday, February 1st, 2016

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Spike Chunsoft just announced that their classic PS Vita game, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, will finally receive a PC release via Steam on 2/18/2016.

For anyone who played the game before and wants to play it again, this will be a convenient option. For those newbies out there who never touched a PS Vita in their life, come over here and sit around the campfire while I tell you about, Murder! That’s right folks, this game is all about murder in various forms. While it bears (pun fully intended) some similarities to Visual Novels, it does offer some exploration, and it has zero to do with romance. There is also the courtroom dynamic that will make some think of Phoenix Wright games. But, oh no, this is a much more dark and twisted tail than those games are. I won’t spoil what happens to the teenagers that are convicted in the court room, but I will say that how The Hunger Games treats their teenagers is gentle compared to this series, think more Battle Royale.  It also features a fantastic story that you will likely want to play through at least twice. The first time for the surprise reveals, and the second time to pick up all the little things you didn’t notice.

With the third title in the series currently in development, now is a great time for new people to get into the series before it shifts to PS4 consoles. Even if you are not a hand held gamer, this is one that you may want to keep an eye on, and you can be assured that we will keep you informed here at Operation Rainfall.


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