New games coming to the Playstation Vita


Two new games will be coming to the Playstation Vita in the upcoming months courtesy of NIS America: Demon Gaze and Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. NIS America is a Californian based company which brings popular Japanese entertainment to Europe and North America. Both games will be available on Sony’s handheld console in early 2014, and have highly stylized art, suited to the Vita’s high quality display.

Demon Gaze

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Demon Gaze is the first console release of the critically acclaimed RPG dungeon crawling game which will be released in early 2014. The game caters to fans of High quality anime artwork, as you travel through dungeons fighting anime enemies.

In Demon Gaze you play as Oz, who finds himself mysteriously in Misred, a cursed places at his world’s western fronteir, unable to access certain parts of his memories. With newfound abilities as a ‘Demon Gazer’, the player must make a living in this unfamiliar land, and figure out who to trust, in a world of labyrinths that hold treasures and dangers.

Key features of the game include high definition character and monster illustrations, touchscreen quick travel, and the ability to customize characters, races and classes to create your adventuring party.

Danganrompa: Trigger Happy Havoc


Released in February 2014, Danganrompa: Trigger Happy Havoc tells the story of the students of Hope’s Peak Academy, including central character Makoto Naegi, as they are imprisoned in the school, subject to the whims of a strange murderous bear called Monokuma. He promises freedom to anyone who can kill a fellow student and get away with it, and players of the game must find out who the bear really is, and why the students have been cut off from the outside world.

The story line focuses on the investigation of each of the murders, as the player is pitted against Monokuma in mock trial situations, and have to play various timing and relax-based games to uncover the truth.


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