Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair - The High Speed Class Trials Are Now On Mobile

From simply playing Ace Attorney games in NDS back in the old days, I quickly became a fan of detective genre. Then the original Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and its sequel, Danganronpa: Goodbye Despair's unique visual and, somehow, gory gameplay caught my interest.

And now, here I am, excited to bring the news of its mobile release! Prepare yourself as you'll hear Monokuma's evil voice again as he sentence the guilty to death in the most gruesome way.

As the game describes it, it's Danganronpa's 10th Year Anniversary Release Part 2. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair was originally released for PSP in 2012 and received a PC port, which is available on Steam, in 2016. It might be old, but its uniqueness is in the league of its own.

The way they animated and fully utilized the 2.5D motion graphics is totally amazing back in its time. Now, we can relive and experience the horror and excitement of solving gory cases with gory death sentences on our mobile devices.

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If you're going for the full experience, I suggest you play Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and start there. It was also released recently on mobile as the 1st part of their 10 Year Anniversary.

Going back to this game, Danganronpa 2's setting is on Jabberwock Island where you're now part of the stranded students of Hope Peak Academy. You're all forced to play kill-or-get-killed and who's the killer at the same time.

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You need to investigate, find evidence, gather testimonies, and use them as rebuttal ammunition in Class Trial arguments. The excitement intensifies as you get closer and closer to the truth until you finally catch the murderer.

The prize? You watch them die in a horrifying cinematic way. Unlike the wholesome detective story of Ace Attorney, this one's pretty messy but offers the same satisfying feeling of solving cases.

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The game was optimized including the mini games that you can play in-between. The price? Well, again, it might be old, but it's still a gold. But, don't get me wrong. The solid gameplay and replayability of this game matches the price it requires.
You've already read this far, so it's safe to say that it caught your interest. So, without any further explanations, here's the link for both Play Store and App Store. As for the others who already finished the game, let's all hope that Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony get ported to mobile too. Well, that's it for now and happy investigating!
 

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