Danganronpa Decadence is set to release exclusively for Nintendo Switch sometime this year. It represents the first time the series will be available on Switch, and it’s up for preorder now (see it at Amazon: standard | collector’s). It contains the three main games in the series, plus a new game called Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp.
The game is available in two editions, a standard one and a collector’s edition. Below, we have the full rundown on what the collection is, what comes in each edition, and where you can preorder a copy for yourself. Let’s get to it.
Danganronpa Decadence Collector’s Edition
If you want some fun extras with your copy, you’ll want to pick up the collector’s edition. It comes with the game, as well as the following items:
10th anniversary posterLenticular print set (3 prints)Remix original soundtrackMetal box
Danganronpa Decadence Standard Edition
Don’t need the extras? Grab the standard edition instead.
What Games Are in Danganronpa Decadence?
Danganronpa Decadence is a collection of four games, three of which have been available on other systems for a while, and one new one. Here they are:
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (2010)Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (2012)Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (2017)Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp (2021)
That last one is a brand-new game, at least kind of. It’s based on the board game in Danganronpa V3, but it’s been expanded substantially. It includes characters from the three main games, so you’ll probably want to play it last.
Danganronpa Decadence Digital Editions
At least so far, there is no single digital edition of Danganronpa Decadence available on the Nintendo eShop. You will be able to buy each of the games individually, including Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp, but they’re not available for preorder yet. You can view their listings here.
What is Danganronpa?
Danganronpa is a series of delightfully gruesome adventure games about a psychotic robot bear named Monokuma who kidnaps high school students, traps them in large buildings, and forces them to kill one another. Each time a student turns up dead, you must investigate to figure out who did it. Then you have to present your evidence in a trial that ends in, yes, a death sentence.
It might sound heavier than it is, but these are stylish games that really are a blast to play.
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Chris Reed is a commerce editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.
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