Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Coming To PC
(Last Updated On: November 19, 2016)

Those looking to play Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls on their PC will be able to next year when Spike Chunsoft publishes the game for PC via Steam during Q2 of 2017.

That’s right, Spike Chunsoft will bring Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls to PC via Steam. The devs did not provide an official release date as to when the game will drop, however folks looking to play the game on their PC at least know now that the game is set for the early part of 2017.

Those who haven’t played the game before or are looking for a brief summary that details Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls the official description sits below for you to read.

“Komaru Naegi, little sister to Makoto Naegi, has been imprisoned inside a mysterious apartment for over a year. One day, she is rescued by Byakuya Togami of Future Foundation, but the rescue is derailed by a sudden attack of hundreds of Monokumas. Komaru soon discovers that the city has been taken over by a group of children calling themselves the Warriors of Hope. Their leader, Monaca, declares that the city will be the site of a “children’s paradise,” and to accomplish this, all the adults will be exterminated. Komaru teams up with Toko Fukawa to try to survive the rampaging Monokumas, escape the crafty Monokuma Kids, and uncover the secrets of the city.”

If the description wasn’t enough the game holds TPS (third person shooting) mechanics that utilize Future Foundation’s Hacking Gun to fight off the hordes of Monokumasas in Towa City.

Puzzles and riddles are something that players should look out for in Ultra Despair Girls that will test your survival skills.

Lastly, the Steam version will support Steam Achievements and Steam Cloud with later support for Steam Trading Cards. Both Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair are noted by Spike Chunsoft to be heading to PS4, which will accompany Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls in early 2017.

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  • Jim

    The only thing I know about Danganronpa is that there was this dumpster fire of a Let’s Play from The Best Friends Play. I checked. It’s a very basic 3rd person shooter that has way too many cutscenes, even for an an anime game. The only thing that was more cock and ball torture was the Playstation1 Reboot Let’s Play. Well… There are worse ways to flog yourself.


    General consensus is to probably skip this game and play the 2 prequels, unless you’re a big fan. Also, from one of the comments, WHY WAS THE >JAPANESE VOICE OVER< DLC?!?!

    • C G Saturation

      Yeah, I was gonna say “it looks like it’s mostly cutscenes and only a little actual 3d action gameplay”, but I thought “they wouldn’t be so stupid as to do that, would they?”. I guess I should know better.

      The Japanese voices are DLC, as in, you have to pay for them?

    • mikebrand83

      To be fair, Ultra Despair Girls was always more of a narrative driven 3rd person adventure/puzzler and series fan-service first, and 3rd person shooter somewhere in distant second.

      Also, the Japanese voice was a (free) DLC to overcome the limits of PS Vita game carts. It’s not that widely publicised and mostly applies to only more recent games that have dual audio, but PS Vita games pushing over 3.3 ~ 3.5GB total file size (compressed) seems to be the threshold for Japanese voices needing to be downloaded separately as DLC.

  • C G Saturation

    Kinda looks like Resident Evil’s Mercenaries. Not much gameplay footage in the trailer. Cringed at the English dub.

  • mikebrand83

    It’s a fun little game on the PS Vita, although it might become a little too easy on the PC if they implement even halfway decent mouse aim.