Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

Global Total as of 28th Oct 2017 (units): 0.34m
Platform: PlayStation VitaAlso on: PlayStation Portable, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Spike Genre: Misc

Total Units

North America: 0.09m 26.2%
+ Europe: 0.06m 16.3%
+ Japan: 0.15m 44.1%
+ Rest of the World: 0.05m 13.5%
= Global 0.34m

Release History

Dangan-Ronpa 1-2 Reload SpikeJapan10th October 2013Retail
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc NIS AmericaNorth America11th February 2014Retail
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc NIS AmericaEurope14th February 2014Retail

Game Overview

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is a murder mystery visual novel initially developed by Spike for the PlayStation Portable in 2010, where it was only released in Japan. A Playstation Vita remake of the game was released in October of 2013 in Japan, with an international release in February of 2014, published by NIS America.

At the elite high school called Hope's Peak Academy, only people of the highest caliber in various fields are accepted. But every year the school accepts one average high school student, chosen by raffle. This year, Makoto Naegi is that chosen one and he is going to find out that his acceptance is not really a privilage, it's a curse as he finds himself trapped and the only way out is to get away with murder.


Kresnik (on 10 March 2014)
Believe it or not, this game actually
sold past NISA's expectations in the
west. Both the Limited Edition &
Standard Edition completely sold out on
their website before launch. It's what
made them announce Dangan Ronpa 2 for
the west so early.
jecht69 (on 09 March 2014)
Oh man I was hoping it had better sales,
especially in the west. This is one of
the best games on the PS Vita. VN's
need to sell better, or else they'll
stop localizing the very few we get
Kongfucius (on 21 February 2014)
I hope they realise that the 1+2 HD
collection and the Trigger Happy Havoc
releases are different and track them
seperately, but given they've already
added the THH under this figure I'm not
confident :(
GdaTyler (on 07 November 2013)
100K already? Pretty good considering
how crappy Vita's doing.
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