I grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, and Bobby Knight has been a small part of my life for as long as I can remember. I don't think about the guy much any more, but every now and then, the red-sweatered shouter turns up in an unexpected place. That said, he has perhaps never turned up somewhere this unexpected.
Sometimes the best way to recommend a game is to break it down to its component parts. Take Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, out today for the PlayStation Vita.
If you've ever wanted to play a game that could genuinely be described as a cross between Persona, Phoenix Wright, and Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward, you've gotta look into Danganronpa.
Doctored screenshots? A demo that directly contradicts the actual game? In-game writing specifically designed to mislead the player? Producer Yoshinori Terasawa talks about crafting one of gaming's biggest cons for Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc.
As I was watching Danganronpa: The Animation for my look at the five anime you should be watching this summer, I realized two things: 1) that I really wanted to play the game and 2) the anime was going to take all the fun out of it by spoiling every single mystery. So I immediately went out and grabbed the game for…
I spent a lot of last week watching anime in an attempt to find the five anime you should be watching this summer. One of these is based on the popular Japanese PSP title, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. And as it felt like the anime was just spoiling the game, I decided I had to go out and play it instead.
In what may have been this weekend's most surprising news, the fine people at NIS America—the publisher best known for localizing Disgaea and other Japanese games—announced two interesting new games for western release.