While we recently mentioned that Sony didn’t put out a single PlayStation Vita game in 2016, that doesn’t mean that the future is bleak for the system (although, it’s not exactly shining bright either). In fact, 2017 is looking to be a pretty solid year for Sony’s beloved handheld as there are some great titles that are making their way to North America in the next 12 months (the most exciting of which we recently highlighted in video form). To help Vita owners keep track of the releases (there are more than five worthwhile releases after all), we’ve made a list of 20 2017 Vita games to keep an eye on. Before we get into the list, just know that only games that are confirmed to be coming to North America were eligible. Many high profile games that are getting a Vita version (such as Dragon Quest Heroes II and Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon) are getting a portable version in Japan, but that version of the game is not coming stateside. So, if a major title is left off the list that is also coming to PlayStation 4, that lack of confirmation is probably why it didn’t make READ…
Danganronpa V3 Killing Harmony
The third numbered chapter of the creepy Danganronpa series gets a launch trailer ahead of tomorrow’s Japanese release. …Read More The post PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Danganronpa V3 Gets Thrilling Launch Trailer by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
PlayStation Japan launched a new trailer for Spike Chunsoft’s Danganronpa V3, coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on January 12 in Japan, and in 2017 in North America and Europe. …Read More The post PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Danganronpa V3 Gets Commercial Quickly Showing Trial Scenes by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Taro Yoko talks about the massive amount of fan art showcasing NieR: Automata protagonist YoRHa 2B’s charming bionic rear end. …Read More The post NieR: Automata Director Comments on 2B’s Butt Uproar; Praises Gravity Rush 2 and Danganronpa V3 by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Now here’s a rather interesting take on discouraging game spoilers; Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony developer Spike Chunsoft is disabling the PS4 Share button from Chapter 2 onwards to prevent spoilers being leaked. In order to prevent spoilers for Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, we are asking for self-restraint in the release of gameplay videos and live streams from Chapter 2 onward,” reads a message at the end of an interactive warning. “For the same reason, PlayStation 4’s share feature cannot be used with save data that has entered Chapter 2 or later even once, even if it’s between the Prologue and Chapter 1. We hope for your understanding and cooperation in order to allow more customers to enjoy this title. Of course, this isn’t a sure-fire way to prevent spoilers being posted online, but it does make things a wee bit more complicated. And sometimes, that’s all it takes. Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony will be out in Japan next week, with the NA release window set sometime this year. [Source: Gematsu] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Spike Chunsoft recently released a demo of their highly anticipated visual novel Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, and it left some PlayStation Vita owners unhappy. The demo, which is available now in the Japanese PlayStation Store for both PlayStation 4 and Vita, came under fire for the quality of the voices in the Vita version, which were heavily compressed compared to the console version. Thankfully, associate producer Yuichiro Saito heard the fans’ complaints and posted a response on Spike Chunsoft’s developer blog. Yuichiro Saito explained that the current low quality of the voices in the PlayStation Vita version was due to a “capacity limitation.” Spike Chunsoft will look to remedy the situation by allowing players to download additional data from the PlayStation Store that will give players higher quality voice acting. While details are currently scarce, Saito says that “the contents and timing” of the planned DLC will be announced at a “later date.” The demo for Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony will also allow players to carry over save data into the retail release. Players that play the unique demo, which features past Danganronpa characters Makoto Naegi, Yasuhiro Hagakure, and Hajime Hinata, will get several bonuses such as Monokuma Medals that can…
Today NIS America announced the western release of Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, which in Japan is known as New Danganronpa V3: Everyone’s New Semester of Murder. Following the announcement on Sony’s PlayStation Experience stage, they released a …Read More The post PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Danganronpa V3 Gets Box Art, Info and Screenshots After Western Release Reveal by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] Update: We have some more details to share via PS Blog: Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony brings you a fresh start with a new “psycho-cool” setting and introduces a brand-new cast of 16 characters. It’s the biggest, baddest, most exhilarating entry into the series yet! Reimagine what you thought you knew about high-stakes, fast-paced investigative action as you follow twisted murder cases and condemn your new friends to death. The trial sections will demand quick wits, logical deduction, and even lies to guide your classmates to the correct conclusion. It’s up to you to solve each new murder that arises, or you and your classmates will all meet a gruesome end. More details to come at a later time. Original story: DanganRonpa V3 is coming to the West as DanganRonpa V3 Killing Harmony in 2017. It’ll be available for the PlayStation 4 & Vita. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!