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Byakuya Togami (Danganronpa 2)Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair - Anniversary Edition Release Trailer. Letzte Woche wurde die zweite Ausgabe von „Dangan TV" ausgestrahlt. Updates, Events und Neuigkeiten vom Entwickler von Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. Byakuya Togami (十神 白夜, Togami Byakuya) ist ein Charakter des Spiels Danganronpa 2: Goodbye.
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Danganronpa IF , a short story depicting an alternate storyline for Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc , is also unlocked after clearing the game once.
Following a similar premise to the previous game, Goodbye Despair puts players in control of Hajime Hinata, an amnesiac boy who has just become one of Hope's Peak Academy's 'Ultimate' students, alongside fifteen others.
The students find themselves taken to the remote tropical Jabberwock Island by their alleged teacher, a small, rabbit-like mascot named Usami, who claims it to be a simple field trip.
However, things turn out to be too good to be true as Hope's Peak Academy's notorious principal, Monokuma , announces they are stuck on the island for life unless they can murder another student and get away with it.
If the students can determine a murderer in a Class Trial, that culprit is executed, but if they make the wrong assumption, then the killer walks home free whilst everyone else is sentenced to death.
Over the course of the game, several students are murdered, and thanks to Hajime's investigative skills, their killers are found out and executed.
However, Hajime begins to realize something isn't quite right with the world, and discovers a terrible truth. He and his fellow students are in fact the surviving members of Ultimate Despair, a group led by the first game's antagonist, Junko Enoshima, whose sole purpose was to spread despair to the world.
They managed to instigate a worldwide rebellion that caused society to collapse. However, one group, called the Future Foundation, has been attempting to undo the damage Ultimate Despair caused.
They captured the surviving members, but instead of executing them, decided to try and rehabilitate them by erasing their memories and putting them in a virtual reality program.
Upon finding out that they are in a program and that all of the students are merely artificially constructed avatars, Hajime is then contacted by Makoto Naegi, the protagonist from the first game and now a member of the Future Foundation.
He warns Hajime that an artificial intelligence copy of Junko Enoshima, based on the "Alter Ego" AI from Trigger Happy Havoc , has hijacked their program, and is trying to manipulate events so that once the surviving students "graduate", she can possess the bodies of the deceased students, which are still intact in the real world.
Alter Ego Junko's ultimate plan is to download herself into every person on the planet. Makoto tells Hajime that if the class votes not to graduate, it will allow him to reset the system and purge Alter Ego Junko.
However, that also means that the student avatars will be deleted, along with all of the memories they gained while in the simulation.
Junko attempts to convince Hajime by revealing that he was formerly the genius leader of Ultimate Despair, Izuru Kamukura.
He and the other students hesitate, afraid of reverting to their original personalities. However, Hajime eventually finds the inner courage to thwart Alter Ego Junko's plan, and convinces the other students to refuse graduation, saying that they will create a future where they don't have to forget.
Finally, Hajime, Makoto and the others reset the system and delete Alter Ego Junko, retaining their memories by clicking both buttons.
In the epilogue, Makoto, and fellow survivors and Future Foundation members Kyoko Kirigiri and Byakuya Togami look on as the students decide to return to the island.
They muse that they are already vastly different from their original Ultimate Despair personalities, choosing to stay behind on the island to look after their comatose friends who were "killed" in the simulation.
Even though the chance is extremely small, Makoto is confident that the students will find a way to revive their friends.
Super Danganronpa 2 was originally released for the PlayStation Portable in Japan on July 26, A limited edition was available, which included a Monokuma PSP pouch, an art booklet, a soundtrack and audio commentary CD, keychains and badges, and a download code for a custom theme.
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair debuted higher than its predecessor and received "generally favorable" reviews, selling a total of 69, copies during its first week on sale in Japan and was the fifth best-selling game of the week.
Upon its release in North America, the game was met with praise. Japanese game specialist Hardcore Gamer gave the game a 4. Danganronpa 2 won an "Award of Excellence" at the Japan Game Awards ceremony.
The Steam release had an estimated total of , players by July In Japan, the PSP version sold a total of , copies during its lifecycle. Various manga publications based on the game have been released.
A direct adaptation began serialization in Enterbrain 's Famitsu Comic Clear magazine from December 10, Another spin-off, Nangoku Zetsubo Carnival!
The game has also received 4Koma Kings and Comic Anthology compilations by various artists. Monomi appears at the end of the final episode of the first game's anime television adaptation, Danganronpa: The Animation.
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Share Embed. Read Critic Reviews. Add to Cart. Bundle info. Add to Account. About This Game Jabberwock Island — once a popular tourist destination, this now uninhabited island remains oddly pristine.
The resort in the island has plenty of amenities to survive but Danganronpa 2 has to put its twist on the story. The evil bear mascot Monokuma makes a violent return by transforming the former resort into his evil fortified prison playground.
No one can get in or come out even though there are resources in the resort to help the characters survive. Since no one could come out, they have to participate in the Monokuma's version of battle royale by killing one another and try to get away with it.
The evil comes off of the backdrop of hope where the characters are hinged in bids to get to create new friends and establish a deeper relationship with them only to defy all odds and kill some of them.
Quite horrific, right? Through the fusion of text exposition, the solving of mystery puzzles and action elements, the game is divided into several chapters with each chapter containing three parts.
The daily life segment involves your interaction with other students to develop friendship and get to know them better.