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Danganronpa 1•2 Reload for PS4 coming to Europe early 2017

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Official message from NIS America, Inc. Europe facebook fanpage.

 

"Pupupupu... We're happy to announce that Danganronpa 1•2 Reload will be coming to Europe and North America early 2017, for the PlayStation 4!"

 

Some screenshots:

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Well, what do you think about this?

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Another reason to play them again! I'll be buying it for sure! :D 

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Now there's really no excuse to not play the series. Vita, Steam, AND PS4 now.

 

Was kinda hoping they'd do this what with V3 coming out for PS4 as well. I'm hype

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Hmmm, I was about to buy these games for the Vita. Should I wait for the PS4 version now or should I get the Vita versions anyways? I think I'm still going to go for the Vita versions as I like these kind of games more on handhelds.

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only downside is that they are only available on english and japanese, no wonder NIS games don't sell too well outside NA and Japan since no one likes to buy games that aren't being translated to their language.

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I guess it should've been expected, since New Danganronpa V3 was announced for PS4 a while back and DR1 and 2 were released on PC. I'm happy it'll be released for PS4, it just means it'll be accessible to more people. They're a pair of games that tell a story that deserves to be experienced. No more excuses, upupupu!

 

Hmmm, I was about to buy these games for the Vita. Should I wait for the PS4 version now or should I get the Vita versions anyways? I think I'm still going to go for the Vita versions as I like these kind of games more on handhelds.

 

I'd still recommend them Vita, tbh. Since it's a visual novel, it's just perfect for having it on a handheld like you said. For me personally, I paced around a lot while playing since there were some pretty intense moments in the game and having it on my Vita meant I could keep playing while walking all around my house at the same time lol! 

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only downside is that they are only available on english and japanese, no wonder NIS games don't sell too well outside NA and Japan since no one likes to buy games that aren't being translated to their language.

 

Only a tiny smidgen of console games (starting only with the PS3\X360 ones) got translated to my language. If I would be this fickle and waited for the translation that will never, ever come, I wouldn't have any games to play at all. That's the way it is, unfortunately. If you want to game, you must learn English. And after you learn English, it's time to learn Japanese, because tons of JRPGs will never get translated.

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Good news, but still a slap in the face for us vita owners. Since there wasn't really any reason to release the games separately... 

 

 

only downside is that they are only available on english and japanese, no wonder NIS games don't sell too well outside NA and Japan since no one likes to buy games that aren't being translated to their language.

 

With the target audience these games have, i'm pretty sure not having more language options isn't going to hurt sales.

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Only a tiny smidgen of console games (starting only with the PS3\X360 ones) got translated to my language. If I would be this fickle and waited for the translation that will never, ever come, I wouldn't have any games to play at all. That's the way it is, unfortunately. If you want to game, you must learn English. And after you learn English, it's time to learn Japanese, because tons of JRPGs will never get translated.

 

personally i don't have that problem since my native language is in the top 3 of the most spoken languages worldwide (spanish, spoken on more than 20 countries, latin america and spain) so 98% of games are translated to my language, both dubbed and/or subtitled. although i'm sad to hear that doesn't happen in your case, which language do you speak?

the only games that only get translated to english and japanese are this Visual Novel games, and since i pretty much use an external translator to leave comments here i find it a hassle to do that while playing VN games that are mostly about text and having to translate every line.

so that's why i don't play them since they don't get translated to other languages, probably giving that its target audience is very small like xZoneHunter said. and many people here on latin america and on spain also chose to never buy VNs since they aren't on spanish, resulting on poor sales.

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I think this is good news for people that always wanted to play these 2 games on PS4. 

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Exciting. Steins;Gate showed me what VNs could be. While I don't expect this to be as good, it seems to get a lot of praise from the same people who liked Steins;Gate, so I'll try it out.

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NA, as well. Got a preorder email from NISA today.

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Hmmm, I was about to buy these games for the Vita. Should I wait for the PS4 version now or should I get the Vita versions anyways? I think I'm still going to go for the Vita versions as I like these kind of games more on handhelds.

It might end be cheaper on the PS4. The vita versions haven't really dropped price too much physically and they're not frequently in sales digitally.

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Exciting. Steins;Gate showed me what VNs could be. While I don't expect this to be as good, it seems to get a lot of praise from the same people who liked Steins;Gate, so I'll try it out.

The Zero Escape series is also pretty phenomenal. Although, the first one isn't available on PlayStation at this time. I need to get Steins; Gate..

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The Zero Escape series is also pretty phenomenal. Although, the first one isn't available on PlayStation at this time. I need to get Steins; Gate..

 

Yeah, I heard good things about that. But aren't those only on handhelds?

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Yeah, I heard good things about that. But aren't those only on handhelds?

 

So far they are only available on handhelds but AFAIK all three parts of the Zero Escape-series will get a Steam-release and a Steam-release means a high probability for a PS4-port.

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Yeah, I heard good things about that. But aren't those only on handhelds?

Ah, that's right.. You need to get a Vita, man. :P

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Great, that's more Vita exclusives robbed from us (I know it's on PC too, who nobody cares about that).

 

Don't get me wrong, I'm glad more people get to experience these great games (although they should of just bought a Vita if they wanted to play them), but it feels like a slap in the face to us Vita owners every time Sony do this. There's Tearaway, Gravity Rush, and now this that got their popularity thanks to Vita owners, only for them to turn their back on us now. At least it's not as bad as Gravity Rush considering they totally abandoned Vita in favour of PS4, but still.

 

Having said that, I will be buying this because I'm a huge Danganronpa fan, and if they have separate trophy lists to the Vita versions, I'd love to platinum them again. I'll be buying Danganronpa 3 on Vita though because I know where my loyalty lies. :P

 

Hmmm, I was about to buy these games for the Vita. Should I wait for the PS4 version now or should I get the Vita versions anyways? I think I'm still going to go for the Vita versions as I like these kind of games more on handhelds.

 

Definitely for Vita. VN's just work much better on a handheld. Playing them on a big screen just feels kind of wrong. :P

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Great, that's more Vita exclusives robbed from us (I know it's on PC too, who nobody cares about that).

 

Don't get me wrong, I'm glad more people get to experience these great games (although they should of just bought a Vita if they wanted to play them), but it feels like a slap in the face to us Vita owners every time Sony do this. There's Tearaway, Gravity Rush, and now this that got their popularity thanks to Vita owners, only for them to turn their back on us now. At least it's not as bad as Gravity Rush considering they totally abandoned Vita in favour of PS4, but still.

 

Having said that, I will be buying this because I'm a huge Danganronpa fan, and if they have separate trophy lists to the Vita versions, I'd love to platinum them again. I'll be buying Danganronpa 3 on Vita though because I know where my loyalty lies. :P

 

 

Definitely for Vita. VN's just work much better on a handheld. Playing them on a big screen just feels kind of wrong. :P

Indeed. Probably Zero Escape will have a PS4 release too :P

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Indeed. Probably Zero Escape will have a PS4 release too :P

 

Yeah, I can see that happening too, especially since they've already announced they're bringing that series to other platforms. We just don't know what ones yet. I'm not as annoyed at that though because the series is already on 3DS. It was never a Vita exclusive. Granted, Danganronpa was on PSP too, but that was for Japan only. All I know is that a Vita version of 999 better be one of the games they're working on. :P

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All I know is that a Vita version of 999 better be one of the games they're working on. :P

Don't worry, they are working on it. PC version too.

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