NISA Licenses DanganRonpa, Demon Gaze Games in West
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The video game and anime publisher NIS America announced at Anime Expo on Saturday that it will release the DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Demon Gaze video games in North America and Europe in early 2014.
Spike Chunsoft's DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc PlayStation Vita game is a revised and revamped edition of the original title for the PSP that was released in Japan in 2010. In the game the player plays as Makoto Naegi, an average teenager who gets accepted into the prestigious Hope's Peak Academy high school. When he arrives at the school, he and the students find out they are trapped in a battle of survival.
Kadokawa Games developed the Demon Gaze fantasy dungeon role-playing game for the PlayStation Vita. The game follows a boy named Oz, who has no memories but has a magical and powerful eye that he can use to command half-mechanical demons. The game features a character-creator system, and available jobs include fighter, paladin, assassin, samurai, ranger, wizard, and healer. Experience is developing the game and En Okishiji (oxijiyen) and Teshi Kurosawa are handling the game's character design.
Kadokawa Games released the game in Japan in January. NIS America plans to release the game for US$39.99 or 39.99 euros.