Now here’s a great piece of news. The Danganronpa series has enjoyed a load of success on the PS Vita and now it’s time for the PS4 to enjoy some of the spoils as well.
Developer Spike Chunsoft have bundled together Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair and rebadged it as Danganronpa 1 & 2 Reload. Monokuma and the rest of the gang will be showing up on console in early 2017.
For more goodness, here’s the announcement trailer:
Osaka has their own version Tokyo’s Akihabara known as Otaroad. Some would even say that Otaroad is superior to Akiba in many ways and a bigger range of goods despite being smaller in size.
Now another hugely popular franchise is set to have their own store in Otaroad. Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is set to have a new pop up store located at Geestore Annex Osaka. They also happen to be an associate company of cosplay merchandise label, Cospa. The space is normally reserved for exhibitions relating to anime and gaming titles. Feast your eyes on the pics from the store below, the pics are courtesy of Mikikazu Komatsu.
No word on how long the store will stay open for so if you’re a fan, and who isn’t, then run don’t walk to this exciting new store.
Here’s another anime series that’s coming to the stage following the Black Butler production. Cornflakes is a multimedia studio based in Tokyo who made an announcement recently that Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc will be coming to the stage. Coming to the Nihon Seinekhan Main Hall, the production called Danganronpa The Stage ~Kibou no Gakuen to Zetsubo no Koukousei, will be able to seat up to 1,360 people. The production will run from October 29 to November 3.
Taking on the role of Makoto Naegi is Kanata Hongo, a 23 year old actor previously taking on Ryoma Echizen back in 2006 in the live action adaptation of the hugely popular series, The Prince of Tennis. Here’s the announcement video for the show.