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Keine Ahnung ob dieses Spiel angekündgit wurde aber es wird am 14.02.2014 als Retail Version in Europa erhältlich sein. Ich habe es im Amazon.de Sortiment gefunden :ugly:



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Anscheinend dürfte Flashpoint AG einen Vertrag mit NIS America haben und wird die Spiele hier veröffentlichen. Außerdem habe ich schon in der CW Game DB angelegt. Flashpoint AG übersetzt kaum welche Spiele, deshalb wird das Spiel wahrscheinlich auch in Englisch sein.
 

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oha vollpreis für den titel also. ich hatte ja eher an 30 euro wie bei phoenix wright gedacht. aber vllt macht man es ja so auch noch beim digital release. ansonsten warte ich doch noch ein wenig bis es unter 30 euro kostet.
 

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oha vollpreis für den titel also. ich hatte ja eher an 30 euro wie bei phoenix wright gedacht. aber vllt macht man es ja so auch noch beim digital release. ansonsten warte ich doch noch ein wenig bis es unter 30 euro kostet.
Ja, ich hab es vorbestellt, aber hoffe auf einen besseren Preis auf dem PSN. Wird aber so oder so geholt.

Der westliche Release vom Spiel ist übrigens schon lange bekannt, nur waren alle zu faul hier einen Thread zu erstellen. :v:
 

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ich kann das spiel eigentlich jedem empfehlen der phoenix wright auch schon mochte. es ist ja nichts anderes als die ph alternative der psp/vita. denn im grunde ist es eine sehr gute mischung aus phoenix wright, zero escape und auch die social elemente aus den neuen teilen der persona reihe sind in eingeschränkter form drin.
einziger schwachpunkt sind wohl die anfangs sehr flachen charaktere, aber selbst die machen sich und werden besser. der große star in diesem spiel ist letztendlich sowieso monokuma oder wie auch immer sein name übersetzt werden wird.
man kann ihn vllt mit dem hasen aus vlr vergleichen, nur um einiges besser.

hoffentlich fängt die arbeit an teil 2 auch bald an. teil 1 werde ich mir zwar wohl auch noch kaufen, aber ich warte lieber auf einen preis unter 30 euro.
 

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How NIS America Localized Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is a bit different from NIS America’s usual projects. The PlayStation Vita game is a mystery game where you help Makoto Naegi, an average guy at an elite school, sort through lies during class trials. Siliconera spoke with NIS America and asked about how they localized Danganronpa and about the new School Life mode.


Can you tell us about how NIS America got Danganronpa as a series? Were you waiting for the Vita version before picking it up?

David Alonzo, Marketing Coordinator: Our previous producer, Jack Niida, was a huge fan of the game and played a key role in initiating the licensing process. His enthusiasm for the game definitely got the rest of the company excited for it, and we were considering licensing the game just as the Vita version was in the works.

How is the localization for Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc different from the fan translation?

Phoenix Spaulding, Script Editor: That’s actually hard to say, since we made a point not to read anything regarding the fan translation in order to avoid any possibility of their edit influencing our own. From comments we’ve heard from fans after the announcement, it looks like there are a few minor differences regarding character name spellings and things like that. Other than that, what we can say is that we approached the localization of this just like any other project, attempting to convey the spirit and tone of the story while still making it accessible for potential fans regardless of how familiar or unfamiliar they may be with the game.

Since Danganronpa is a story driven game could you tell us about the process of localizing it? Was there anything that Spike Chunsoft requested?

PS: The only specific request from Spike Chunsoft was to keep Monokuma’s name as Monokuma. Other than that, they have been extremely flexible and supportive regarding our choices, and they went above and beyond in terms of modifying graphic text, adjusting gameplay elements to fit English audio, and things of that nature.

What was the biggest challenge when localizing Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc?


PS: Because of the mystery aspect of the game, it was crucial for us to make sure that every detail regarding each case was fully understood and expressed so that the player got exactly the right information at exactly the right time – no more and no less. The process of discovery is core to the game, so our top priority was getting those details and key moments exactly right. We’ve never worked on a game of that nature, so that was probably the most challenging aspect for us.

Can you tell us about your favorite scene?

PS: I do have a couple of scenes that I really love, but they’re all later in the game, so to avoid spoilers I’ll just say that once you start to figure out what’s really going on and everything starts getting revealed, I loved how crazy it all got. Other than that, pretty much any scene with Monokuma was super awesome to edit and voice.

What is Monokuma like in the US version?

PS: We like to think he’s not all that different from the Japanese version – which is to say, kind of all over the place. He’s bossy, condescending, smarmy, goofy, quick to anger, quick to forgive, quick to anger again, devious, and totally lovable.

Vocally, we knew there was no way we could emulate the feel and meaning of the Japanese (since he was voiced by one of the most beloved voice actors in modern Japanese history), so we went in a direction that is definitely different, but I think still works within the feel and context of the character and world. Personally I’m really happy with how the final vocal track turned out, and I think it matches his hyperactive psychopath nature really well.

Which character was the toughest to localize? Which was your favorite?

PS: The toughest was definitely Toko. In the original Japanese, she has a pronounced stutter, which is a core part of her personality. We wanted to write her in a way that carried this speech over into English faithfully without overdoing it or letting it get in the way of the dialogue. So the first challenge was writing the display text in a way that got the feel across without making it unreadable, and the second challenge was finding an actor who could express that type of speech impediment without making it sound ham-fisted or insulting to people who have real-life experience with that kind of thing.

As far as favorites, Monokuma is the runaway winner. There’s just so much variety to his personality. He’s the kind of character you know you should hate, yet you can’t help but love, and that’s my favorite kind of character to write.

Can you tell us about the additional storyline Spike Chunsoft added to the PlayStation Vita version and School Life mode?

PS: Without giving too much away, School Life mode begins after beating the game for the first time. You’ll have the choice to begin this mode, which explores what might happen if the students were all trapped in the school together but weren’t forced to begin killing each other. So this mode will offer a new storyline and new gameplay mode, and on top of that you will be able to hang out with students one-on-one to explore different parts of the school, as well as learn even more about them than you did during the main game.

There is a smartphone version of Danganronpa too. Is NIS America thinking about localizing that or perhaps other games like Super Danganronpa 2?

PS: Right now it all depends on how the first game performs. We put a lot of time and resources into this game, and if fans respond positively and we see that there’s a real audience for this series in the West, we would definitely be open to exploring what else we might be able to bring over. On a personal level, I had a blast working on the first one and I would love to see the series continue over here, so we’ll just have to wait and see how the first game plays out.
Quelle: Siliconera
 

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Five Reasons To Get Excited For DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

Did you enjoy the tension of games like Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward? What about the quirky cast and courtroom trials of the Ace Attorney series? DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is a cross between the two, keeping things tense with its kill-or-be-killed premise, alongside humorous personalities that make the mission to catch murderers less grim.

The game first my caught my eye at last year's Tokyo Game Show for its premise that was reminiscent of Battle Royale and Hunger Games, but with a twist. You are trapped in a school by a sadistic "headmaster" bear that won't let you out unless you kill one of your peers. Once a murder takes place, an investigation occurs followed by a courtroom trial to catch the murder. I've finally had extended hands-on time, experiencing the harrowing dilemma for myself. Here's what's most striking about it.

The Psychological Tension

DanganRonpa messes with your head. How much is freedom worth? Could you justify killing to prevent your darkest secrets from being revealed? As the game goes on, the sadistic headmaster introduces new motivations to get the students to kill one another. Hearing his new, bigger incentive instantly makes you wonder who will break next and kill. You're also watching students' reactions to his news. Seeing the slightest change in their demeanor is unnerving. Trials keep this momentum up as the class stands in a circle interrogating one another, throwing accusations around. You never know who has a hidden motive and is purposely trying to lure you to the wrong conclusion. Let's just say, circumstances are always tense.
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http://www.gameinformer.com/games/danganronpa_trigger_happy_havoc/b/playstation_vita/archive/2014/01/21/five-reasons-to-get-excited-for-danganronpa-trigger-happy-havoc.aspx
 

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ich höre ja zum ersten mal die englische synchro und monokumas stimme gefällt mir beim ersten hören irgendwie gar nicht.
hört sich zu sehr nach teddy aus persona an, dabei hatte die jap. stimme so etwas schön eigenes mit reingebracht.
togamis stimme passt irgendwie auch nicht.

den trailer kann ich nicht wirklich empfehlen, da er doch ein wenig zuviel spoilert, auch wenn er wirklich gut das gameplay zeigt.
also wirklich nur für die unenschtlossenen zu empfehlen.
 
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