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DanganRonpa 2: Goodbye Despair Slated For Fall 2014 in North America and Europe For PSVita
And we barely touched the first one!
02.14.14 - 3:28 AM

Today, it was announced at NISA's event that DanganRonpa 2: Goodbye Despair is coming to North America and Europe this Fall for the PlayStation Vita.

The game follows a similar premise as the first title, which just released in North America this week. The sequel allows you to take control of an amnesiac boy named Hajime Hinata who is selected to attend Hope's Peak Academy's students along with fifteen others. The students find themselves in a remote tropical island called Jabberwork, and they're being led by a rabbit named Usami. Players will learn the island's secrets, play minigames, and pit their arguments against the other students and discover who's really being honest.


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