Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Gets New English Trailer

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Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc | Feature Image

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc gets its first English trailer, and it’s as bewildering as the premise of the game itself.

In case you can’t tell by the trailer, Danganronpa is about a group of high school students who find themselves trapped in a sadistic game. The objective of the game is to kill one another without getting caught. After a murder occurs, the students are gathered together to determine the perpetrator in a mock trial. If the students cannot determine the killer, all but the murderer is executed. If they can determine who did it, only the killer is executed. Sitting in judgment of them all is Monokuma, the demonic bear and host of this deadly game.

As Makoto Naegi, your job is to survive in this cruel game, while trying to figure out the mystery surrounding the game and its players. Why are they chosen for this game? Why can’t anybody remember how they got here? Can you stay alive long enough to figure it all out?

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc comes out for the PlayStation Vita on Feburary 11th, 2014 in North America and three days later on February 14th in Europe.

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