The original Danganronpa, an adventure game about high school students trying to kill each, didn't make waves in the U.S. when it released, but those who played the game didn't seem like they actually wanted to kill anyone, so it must be good news that NIS America is bringing Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair to Sony's PS Vita later this year.

Much like the first game, players will assume the role of a group of high school student who have to fight for their life as they use their wits and teamwork to survive. Each student was chosen for their special skills, which make them the "ultimate" example of something. For example, Ibuki is the hyperenergetic ultimate musician, and Kazuichi is the ultimate mechanic who can fix just about anything, and when he can't he tends to have panic attacks.

Our own Kimberley Wallace enjoyed the first game, so this is good news for adventure game fans. Check out the trailer above as well as some images from the Japanese version of the game below. Originally released on PSP in Japan, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair will release on Sony's PS Vita on September 2.