NISA to bring Danganronpa 2 Goodbye Despair to Vita

Monokum is back to spread despair in the sequel to Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc.

It was just only about a month or so ago when we talked about Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc for the Vita. It launched this past Tuesday and is currently NISA best rated game of all time. It seems that Danganronpa is one of the few games that transcends its genre (a visual novel) and can be appreciated by everyone and not just the niche fan base it was originally marketed to. The game has only been out for less than a week and NISA has announced that they will be bringing Danganronpa 2 Goodbye Despair to the Vita. Much like the first game, Monokuma has trapped a group of students and forces them to play a game of mutual killing. The rules are the same: kill the others without getting caught. Once a murder has been found, the students will investigate and look for clues. Once done it is trial time where you have to piece together who did it. Find the killer and he or she will face the punishment game. Pick the wrong person and everyone but the killer will die. However there are a few changes, such as the following:
  • Deadly Island Vibes: Murder is the only means of escape when you’re trapped on this island paradise. As your fellow classmates start dropping like coconuts, you’ll need to delve into each murderous incident, forage for clues, and interview your classmates to reveal the opportunity, motive, and means behind each killer case!
  • Tribal Council: You’ll go head-to-head in all new minigames with the other students during the Class Trial, shooting down their false truths and using your evidence to uncover what really happened. But watch out! If a student is unconvinced, they’ll challenge you to a one-on-one Rebuttal Showdown and force you to defend your argument!
  • Survival of the Keenest: Match up your evidence with your fellow classmates’ arguments and determine who’s really telling the truth. Once you’ve got a suspect in your sights, turn up that tropical heat in a variety of timing- and reflex-based game systems to reveal the ultimate truth and escape with your life!
While NISA hasn’t put up an English trailer yet, here is the Japanese trailer of the game. 

You school life is on the line once again when the game releases sometime Fall 2014.


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