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Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition available now on mobile platforms

Murder in My Pocket

If you have ever needed to hold round a pocketful of thriller, homicide, and mayhem – all dolled up with a healthy dose of weirdness – now you possibly can, as Spike Chunsoft’s twisted Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition is out there to buy on iOS and Android platforms.

Originally launched on the PlayStation Portable in 2010, Trigger Happy Havoc is a homicide thriller that places gamers within the gumshoes of pupil Makoto Naegi, compelled to assume quick or die younger when he’s thrust right into a sadistic sport of kill-or-be-killed by the lovable, homicidal toy Monokuma. To reveal extra could be to spoil the “fun”, however let’s simply say it will take fast wits and sharp, Phoenix Wright-esque deduction expertise if Makoto hopes to see commencement. Class is in session.

The “Anniversary Edition” of Trigger Happy Havoc options overhauled controls, optimised visuals, and a number of other further options, together with new galleries and a much-improved map system. This is the primary of several Danganronpa re-releases planned for mobile platforms, providing new followers the best alternative to drown inside Kazutaka Kodaka cute ‘n’ creepy world.

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition is now out there on iOS and Android gadgets, priced at round $17. The authentic launch is out there now on PS4, PSP, PS Vita, and PC.

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc now available for iOS and Android [Gematsu]

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition available now on mobile platforms

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