Hey guys what is up welcome back to my blog I’m so thankful that you guys took the time out of your day to read my blog post. Hope you all are safe from the COVID-19. This anime is good until you move to Hope’s Peak High School season and you play the game to find out that it’s better to experience the original in game format.
I admit that I first experienced Danganronpa as the anime and I was pretty impressed by it but it left a lot of questions unanswered and a bunch of plot holes. The game resolves all these questions and turns out that playing is much more fun that just watching all the cutscenes of the game. Yes the anime is like all the cutscenes of the game put together with a few of the activities you do in the game animated. It’s much fun to investigate the case yourself and find the holes in the stories shooting them with truth bullets. The anime is amazing no doubt. It’s thrilling with a lot of mystery and it’s brutal to the highest extent. It’s good to watch the anime to get used to the feel of the game but I highly recommend the game.
The other part however the Hopes Peak High season has no game as much as I know. I don’t think that it could have been a game anyway because it’s more of the story driven kind of anime and there is more combat in it and it resolves everything from all the other Danganronpa games and finishes it well. The context however is gained by playing the games so again it circles back to the same point that the games need to be played to fully enjoy the anime.
Anyway now that I’m done with that let’s get into the real thing. The story is about a High School of the elite where students who are the best in their fields are called to study. There is another among them however who is chosen by a lottery and called the Ultimate Lucky Student. This year that kid is Makoto Naegi but as soon as he steps in he falls unconscious and then finds himself in a classroom. He joins the other students who are all Ultimate in their fields such as swimming and other things but the problem is that all the windows if the school are closed off and the gate is closed. The floors are also shut off so they only have their rooms and a few other places to go to at first. A sadistic, remote-controlled bear named Monokuma then contacts them and tells them that they will stay in the Academy for their entire lives and the only way to leave is to kill another student and not be identified for it. At first the students resolve not to kill each other but then a murder occurs and the students conduct an investigation. Naegi with his amazing deduction skills solves the murder. More murders occur and more floors open up. The plot gets deeper as to why the students are locked in who is the real controller of Monokuma and why no one is coming to rescue the students.
The anime is brutal and has many murders with different types of cases each time. Some of the cases will leave your mind spinning so get ready for a real mind blowing murder mystery story and let me tell you when the reasons of the students being locked up in the school are revealed you will be blown away. The ending is really satisfying as it’s the classic hero wins story but not without a lot of sacrifices. You could say that no one won in the end but you could also say that the surviving ones won and that it was the fight that mattered anyway. That’s all I have to say for Danganronpa, a game that needs to be played and the ending anime that needs to be watched. Let me know what you thought in my DM’s
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2 thoughts on “DANGANRONPA: PROOF WHY GAMES SHOULDN’T BE MADE INTO ANIME”
I always feel playing a live-action game is much better than watching the series. Gives me a feeling of dominance, like you know I can control the situation and stuff. Great article 👌👍
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It also helps to control the narrative and all the side stuff you collect helps understand the story better. You can’t fit it all in one series.
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