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Danganronpa : Trigger Happy Havoc





Danganronpa is a murder mystery visual novel. It was recently released on Steam and was previously only available exclusively to Playstation Vita. The sequel is coming to Steam on April 18th. There are also 2 anime seasons of Danganronpa which have the same content as the game. (Danganronpa 1 for Season 1 and Danganronpa 2 for Season 2).
This is also how I first learned about it. A friend recommended the TV show to me a couple of years ago and while I do not normally like anime that much the show entertained me quite well and the mystery elements made me look forward to the outcome of it. I was very happy when I heard that the games are coming to Steam, because I was considering to buy a PS Vita for those games. Thankfully I did decide against it and bought a Nintendo New 3DS instead and now they are releasing Danganronpa on Steam!

I don't want to talk too much about it, because not knowing about any of it makes the game and TV show even better.

Danganronpa is a game where most of the time you are reading dialogues. (very minor spoilers that you learn after playing the game for the first couple of hours) : 15 Students are trapped in a University, and for some reason I don't want to go into right now, fellow schoolmates are murdered and you need to find out why and make out the killer.

The graphics are heavily outdated and the controls are not the best, but the mystery surrounding the game and events in the game are so gripping that it is well worth a shot even if you don't normally like anime games or tv shows.

It took me roughly 30 hours to finish the game. The action elements are a bit weak and may even be annoying for some people, but the logic behind the murder cases are spot on and solving them is well worth the time, because you are also confronted with a great story as a whole.
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American Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2 added under Simulation. Both have 2 votes so far thumb.gif

Dust: An Elysian Tail added under Action/Adventure... I have to +1 this game as well. Beat it twice on PS4. It is a really fun well done game. thumb.gif Not a masterpiece but definitely worth at least a single playthrough.
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American Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator added under Simulation. Both have 2 votes so far thumb.gif

Dust: An Elysian Tail added under Action/Adventure... I have to +1 this game as well. Beat it twice on PS4. It is a really fun well done game. thumb.gif Not a masterpiece but definitely worth at least a single playthrough.

I'd only like to note that we're talking about Euro Truck Simulator 2, first part is not so great.
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Danganronpa : Trigger Happy Havoc




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Danganronpa is a murder mystery visual novel. It was recently released on Steam and was previously only available exclusively to Playstation Vita. The sequel is coming to Steam on April 18th. There are also 2 anime seasons of Danganronpa which have the same content as the game. (Danganronpa 1 for Season 1 and Danganronpa 2 for Season 2).
This is also how I first learned about it. A friend recommended the TV show to me a couple of years ago and while I do not normally like anime that much the show entertained me quite well and the mystery elements made me look forward to the outcome of it. I was very happy when I heard that the games are coming to Steam, because I was considering to buy a PS Vita for those games. Thankfully I did decide against it and bought a Nintendo New 3DS instead and now they are releasing Danganronpa on Steam!

I don't want to talk too much about it, because not knowing about any of it makes the game and TV show even better.

Danganronpa is a game where most of the time you are reading dialogues. (very minor spoilers that you learn after playing the game for the first couple of hours) : 15 Students are trapped in a University, and for some reason I don't want to go into right now, fellow schoolmates are murdered and you need to find out why and make out the killer.

The graphics are heavily outdated and the controls are not the best, but the mystery surrounding the game and events in the game are so gripping that it is well worth a shot even if you don't normally like anime games or tv shows.

It took me roughly 30 hours to finish the game. The action elements are a bit weak and may even be annoying for some people, but the logic behind the murder cases are spot on and solving them is well worth the time, because you are also confronted with a great story as a whole.


Hmmm. Will look into this game for sure. Which category should I put it? Steam says Horror. But I am leaning towards creating an Anime category as well...
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I'd only like to note that we're talking about Euro Truck Simulator 2, first part is not so great.

Oh thank you. I totally missed that. Will correct it now.
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I would like to recommend a game called "A Story About My Uncle"...

It is a First Person platformer where you wander into a different world to find your Uncle Fred. The game is not a masterpiece but surely worth a single play through. I did not find it too challenging but there are some folks on Steam forums to find it challenging. Getting lost is easy for sure.

The game is on a short side, for 2 hours or so but I recommend you to add the game tou your wishlist and wait for a sale or something if you are not too convinced.

Here is the game's trailer.


There is no dying in the game, when you fail a platforming you just teleport to the last position (which is pretty much few seconds before) which makes the game on the relaxing side. Give it a try thumb.gif

Steam reviews gave the game a 92% out of 4000+ votes.
Edited by iARDAs - 3/27/16 at 8:13am
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While we're at this topic:

I'm desperately looking for games that have an engaging, movie-like story, best would be AAA title quality.
The best games of this sort I have played recently were the Mass Effect series and Bioshock Infinite.

Ori has a great story and tremendous gaming quality too, but of course not as "large scale" as the former. It does have a high replayability value though.

Battlefield 3/4 were okay quality-wise but with a flat storyline.

I'm still waiting for GTA5 to be reduced to under 30€ and haven't been able to get into The Witcher 3 properly yet (don't feel like middle-age themes right now)... What else would be advisable at this scale?
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While we're at this topic:

I'm desperately looking for games that have an engaging, movie-like story, best would be AAA title quality.
The best games of this sort I have played recently were the Mass Effect series and Bioshock Infinite.

Ori has a great story and tremendous gaming quality too, but of course not as "large scale" as the former. It does have a high replayability value though.

Battlefield 3/4 were okay quality-wise but with a flat storyline.

I'm still waiting for GTA5 to be reduced to under 30€ and haven't been able to get into The Witcher 3 properly yet (don't feel like middle-age themes right now)... What else would be advisable at this scale?

Movie-like story probably means mediocre story with cinematic flare. This type of thing is more popular on consoles, truth be told. If you're okay with point-and-click, there are Telltale's games which are highly interactive unlike movies (kind of like Mass Effect). The Walking Dead is, well, it's The Walking Dead. It's much higher quality than the show, far more brutal as well. The Wolf Among Us has a noir style and is filled with twists and turns, and it's much more original than The Walking Dead. Tales from the Borderlands is incredible and is able to transition between hilarious and serious perhaps better than any other game. Game of Thrones is also good although depressing because, sort of like the show, everything that happens is terrible and kills hope.
 
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While we're at this topic:

I'm desperately looking for games that have an engaging, movie-like story, best would be AAA title quality.
The best games of this sort I have played recently were the Mass Effect series and Bioshock Infinite.

Ori has a great story and tremendous gaming quality too, but of course not as "large scale" as the former. It does have a high replayability value though.

Battlefield 3/4 were okay quality-wise but with a flat storyline.

I'm still waiting for GTA5 to be reduced to under 30€ and haven't been able to get into The Witcher 3 properly yet (don't feel like middle-age themes right now)... What else would be advisable at this scale?

I have one game to recommend in this case. Enslaved: Odyssey to the West. I believe it still has great graphics for today and the story and character development is pretty good. I am also going to put this game under Action Adventure section because it fully deserves attention.

PC port works good but you can only play at 16:9 aspect ratio. If you have 3 screens or an ultrawide screen the game will be stretched and there is no known work around.

Anyway, the game takes place in future Manhattan where an apocalypse sort of a disaster happens and you need to escort some girl in her search for her hometown. Give this game a go for sure as it has some good moments.

Another game I would like to recommend and put on the same list would be Mafia II... The game has great story and character development all over. From the beginning to the end I always felt attached to the characters. It is basically GTA but in a smaller scale of course. While waiting for a GTAV sale, I strongly recommend you to give Mafia 2 a shot as it should not be expensive. thumb.gif
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While we're at this topic:

I'm desperately looking for games that have an engaging, movie-like story, best would be AAA title quality.
The best games of this sort I have played recently were the Mass Effect series and Bioshock Infinite.

Ori has a great story and tremendous gaming quality too, but of course not as "large scale" as the former. It does have a high replayability value though.

Battlefield 3/4 were okay quality-wise but with a flat storyline.

I'm still waiting for GTA5 to be reduced to under 30€ and haven't been able to get into The Witcher 3 properly yet (don't feel like middle-age themes right now)... What else would be advisable at this scale?

The Walking Dead, Max Payne 2 and Alan Wake are the most movie-like games I can think of.
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