Attack on Titan adds a giant Monokuma to their 3DS game
This week's issue of Kadokawa's Famitsu magazine is revealing on Thursday that Danganronpa character Monokuma will appear in Spike Chunsoft's Shingeki no Kyojin 2 ~Mirai no Zahyō~ (Attack on Titan 2: Future Coordinates) Nintendo 3DS game. The issue also includes information about which mission Monokuma will appear in, new missions, and other characters that will appear in the game.
Here's a trailer of Monokuma in Attack on Titan's video game
The game will ship on November 30 in Japan. The game will have a story mode that will follow the plot of the anime's second season, as well as the Attack on Titan: Ilse's Notebook and Attack on Titan: No Regrets OVAs. The "world mode" will let players create teams of four to take on missions.
Spike Chunsoft released the Shingeki no Kyojin ~Jinrui Saigo no Tsubasa~ CHAIN (Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Humanity CHAIN) Nintendo 3DS game in Japan in 2014. Atlus released the game under the title Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains in North America and under the title Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains in Europe in 2015. Shingeki no Kyojin ~Jinrui Saigo no Tsubasa~ CHAIN is the updated version of Spike Chunsoft's 2013 game Shingeki no Kyojin ~Jinrui Saigo no Tsubasa~.
Because of how strong the first trial was in emotions over the execution of a special character, it outshadows the 2nd trial
the 2nd trial had the perfect crime but the motive behind the killer who was one of my favorite characters, and a few of the actual competent ones was ridiculous. I couldn't really feel any emotions for the 2nd trial. I didn't like how the fan service was used during serious moments and the Monocubs kept doing their "comedic acts" during execution and after executions, there is no moment to actually feel anyhing
I took an hour to unwind a bit. Played Treasure Hunter or whatever it's called. Not too good at puzzles. Can't reached 4,000 points. Each bear does 1,000 points and fish I believe was 500. There are a total of 2 bears and something fish.
The visual novel section is missing. I can't seem to find things in the search engine. The hub thread was the only one with links. I can't seem to locate the rest of the visual novel threads since they weren't franchise specific.
If you are a fan of Kodaka who writes Danganronpa, he is doing another game, not another Danganronpa:
Writer Kazutaka Kodaka announced on his Twitter account on Sunday that he will announce a new game on Monday. Kodaka co-founded the Too Kyo Games company in 2018, and the company is working on the Death March Club game, as well as a new anime in collaboration with Studio Pierrot.
Too Kyo Games revealed on Monday that it is developing a new project titled Death Come True. The Twitter account for the game studio stated the project is a "live-action movie game," and the Twitter account for the project itself describes the project as "a full motion video game." Kazutaka Kodaka is directing the project and writing the scenario. Kodaka had hinted on Sunday that he would reveal his new game project on Monday.
2020 marks the tenth anniversary of the Danganronpa game series, and there are already plans afoot for a celebration!
The series's official Twitter account made the announcement yesterday, saying "various measures" are being developed in honor of the anniversary—including games, goods, tie-ins, and more. First to be revealed is a monthly live broadcast starting in May; more details, including scheduling, will be announced at a later date.
Voice actress Megumi Ogata, who voices both Makoto Naegi and Nagito Komaeda, expressed her enthusiasm for the upcoming celebration on her Twitter. Her tweet reminds fans that Makoto is an ordinary boy who just happened to be a little more hopeful than others—and that now is the time to celebrate and seek out hope.
More information on the anniversary will be announced during the Famitsu Dengeki Game Awards stream on Saturday, April 18.
Game series Danganronpa is cooking up a lot of surprises for its 10th anniversary this year, and viewers of this weekend's Famitsu Dengeki Game Awards were the first to get the scoop. If you missed it, don't worry—we've got a rundown right here!
The anniversary project has promised special goods, online broadcasts, crossovers, and more so far. The fun kicks off next month with the start of the monthly anniversary broadcast! Voice actress Megumi Ogata (who plays both Makoto Naegi and Nagito Komaeda) will be the MC for the new series, titled "Dangan TV ~Hope Goes Forward!~" A new episode will air on the third Thursday of every month, starting May 21.
A crossover is also planned with mobile game Identity V. The Chinese game features gameplay very similar to Dead by Daylight, with members of the Dead by Daylight team serving as gameplay consultants on the app. How the collaboration will pan out is unknown, but it already sounds like an interesting pairing:
And finally (for now) is confirmation that the three main games of the Danganronpa series will be getting mobile editions. Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, and Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony will all appear as "Anniversary Editions" later this year. The updated versions will have a smartphone-optimized interface, as well as galleries for cut scenes, voices and facial expressions, and behind-the-scenes materials.
The official Twitter account for Spike Chunsoft's Danganronpa game series announced on Thursday that the Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition game has launched on iOS and Android devices. Spike Chunsoft began streaming an announcement trailer:
Spike Chunsoft will also release the Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair and Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony games for smartphones.
The smartphone versions of the game include a revised interface with touchscreen play, an event gallery, a facial expression and voice gallery, and a settings materials gallery. The three games have the new subtitle "Anniversary Edition."