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Danganronpa 2 accidentally confirmed for localization?

9:27 AM on 02.11.2014

Chris Walden

Associate Editor

Oops!

If today's release of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc in North America isn't enough to get you excited, then what about the news that the sequel may be following it? Kyle Hebert, a voice actor who has previously worked on anime like Fate/Zero, Durarara!! and Persona 4: The Animation, tweeted earlier that he voices Kazuichi Souda. 

The tweet was soon deleted, because Kazuichi Souda is not from Danganronpa. Rather, he is from the sequel, a currently Japanese-only game. This is great news for those of you enjoying the first game, and hopefully we'll hear from NIS America about it soon. Treat this as rumour for now, but you've got to assume that Kyle must have already recorded his character's dialogue to have assumed it was out today!



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