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NISA localizing Danganronpa and Demon Gaze for PS Vita

9:00 AM on 07.07.2013

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

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The localization-smiths at NIS America are preparing to bring a pair of PlayStation Vita titles to the West, the publisher announced during a panel at Anime Expo in Los Angeles this weekend.

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, a visual novel from 999 and Conception developer Spike Chunsoft, and Kadokawa's Persona-like fantasy role-playing game Demon Gaze will both make the jump to Europe and North America in early 2014.

NISA Licenses DanganRonpa, Demon Gaze Games in West [Anime News Network]

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