Video game publisher NIS America has announced plans to release the mystery adventure game, DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, will be making its way to the PlayStation Vita in both North America and Europe early next year.
keep 'em Coming! :D
When I read news like this, it always makes me wish that Sony will at least mention this somewhere in their next press conference. cant wait to try this out though. interesting premise.
Yay NIS for bringing games to the west all the time! Especially for the Vita! :]
I hope there's a Disgaea game exclusive for Vita
Well, there is Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention on Vita.
As News10GameGuys said, there's Disgaea 3, and based on their releases on handhelds. You can bet they're going to bring Disgaea 4 to Vita as well soon.
I refer to an exclusive, not a port
NIS only has a history of porting Disgaea games to the handhelds. They did it with Disgaea 1 & 2 from the PS2 to the PSP before. They do not do exclusives, unless you count the Prinny games. lol!
Darn you NISA! i've waited this game to get localized by you when i still had a PSP. But with this news, i can't wait to buy a Vita on next year! Urgh, if only i can grow some money on a tree! >.<
NIS America = Saviour of niche JRPGS
Ah awesome. The first episode of the anime has just aired and during it I was thinking 'Man i hope this game gets localized'. Guess my prayers have been answered!
Yay! More RPGs for PS Vita! Thank you NIS! Thank you!!! Man, we've been getting great news for Vita recently, it's clearly reviving!
Yes! Such good news :D More JRPGs for my vita is awesome, thanks NISA :)
Nice to see a visual novel coming to the west, gotta love NIS
omgomgomg, all i seen was NIS and i started drooling! ftw!!! gunna be FUN!
No words can describe how happy I was when I read this. HELL YEAH.
Does anyone know if this game has any connection to the Anime?
I never watch the anime but i heard it have some connection between the game and the anime.
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