History Trivia / DanganRonpa

4th Jan '16 12:11:33 PM Alucard
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* DuelingDubs: This began as early as the first trailer for Creator/{{Funimation}}'s dub of ''The Animation''. It goes far enough that NISA and Funimation's scripts are dueling each other, with Funimation getting rid of any DubNameChange's (such as Genocider Syo for Genocide Jack) while preserving the cast's LastNameBasis and "Super Highschool Level" over "Ultimate" titles.

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** This ultimately causes Komaru Naegi to have three different English voices. Weirdly enough, according to the DVD commentary Creator/CheramiLeigh (who voiced her in ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls'' and whom the studio would have had access to as per her work on ''Manga/FairyTail'') was getting married at the time of recording, leading to Creator/AlexisTipton voicing Komaru for the few lines she had. This indirectly lead to Rachel Robinson (friends with Leigh) voicing Ogami due to being in town at the time.
4th Jan '16 12:01:28 PM Alucard
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** In School Mode, Makoto asks Celestia if she's a good singer, and she first claims there's nothing she can't do before questioning if he thinks he's worthy of hearing her. Her Seiyuu Creator/HekiruShiina has been performing and releasing music since 1994, while her dub actress Marieve Herington is an accomplished jazz singer. ** One scene in the anime's dub has [[Creator/ChristopherSabat Mondo]] yell that something was [[Manga/DragonBallZ "Over 9,000!"]]
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** In School Mode, Makoto asks Celestia if she's a good singer, and she first claims there's nothing she can't do before questioning if he thinks he's worthy of hearing her. Her Seiyuu Creator/HekiruShiina has been performing and releasing music since 1994, while her dub actress Marieve Herington [[http://www.scottcummingsmusic.com/the-marieve-herington-band/ is an accomplished jazz singer. singer]]. ** One scene in the anime's dub has [[Creator/ChristopherSabat Mondo]] yell that something was Ishimaru's [[Manga/DragonBallZ "Kamahame-Forget-About-It!" was "Over 9,000!"]]
2nd Jan '16 10:21:57 AM nombretomado
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** The people at SomethingAwful like to call Hifumi [[SelfDeprecation goon, supergoon, ultragoon, and so-forth.]]
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** The people at SomethingAwful Website/SomethingAwful like to call Hifumi [[SelfDeprecation goon, supergoon, ultragoon, and so-forth.]]
4th Dec '15 10:46:14 AM Kanjilearner3309
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** [[Creator/MiyukiSawashiro Toko]] is [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} Elizabeth]] and [[VideoGame/TalesOfXillia Milla]].
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** [[Creator/MiyukiSawashiro Toko]] is [[VideoGame/{{Persona3}} Elizabeth]] and [[VideoGame/TalesOfXillia Milla]].Milla]] and [[VideoGame/{{Persona 3}} two]] [[VideoGame/BioshockInfinite different]] [[NamesTheSame Elizabeths]].
2nd Dec '15 11:18:34 PM drillizer
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original concept for what we know as Dangan Ronpa was a game known as "Distrust". While the characters and setting were mostly the same (The students trapped in a school of mutual killings by a sadistic overseer), there were a few key... differences. First off, what would later become Monokuma was a sentient anatomy model, and unlike the somewhat pristine environment of the school we got, Distrust's academy was a bloodstained nightmare, implying that many people had already been killed in the school. While there were still trials, the game worked somewhat like the "Virtue's Last Reward" series, utilizing a "Trust System" That actively monitored who you could (or thought you could) rely on, and the levels of trust could determine who dies next and change the course of the story. The death reveals were far darker that what we got in Dangan Ronpa (one death is discovered by the group finding a classmate's severed head on the floor, another, by their severed hands in a box on a table covered in fresh blood), and a group killing could even occur. Furthermore, the game took place over 7 days as opposed to the unlimited time frame we got in the final game. Overall, Distrust was incredibly dark compared to what was released, and that's certainly saying something. ** Your choices would also influence the Main Character's general attitude, as well as determine whether or not certain characters were actually trustworthy. ** In keeping with the school theme, Monokuma was envisioned as an anatomical model.
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original concept for what we know as Dangan Ronpa was a game known as "Distrust". While the characters and setting were mostly the same (The students trapped in a school of mutual killings by a sadistic overseer), there were a few key... differences. First off, what would later become Monokuma was a sentient anatomy model, and unlike the somewhat pristine environment of the school we got, Distrust's academy was a bloodstained nightmare, implying that many people had already been killed in the school. While there were still trials, the game worked somewhat like the "Virtue's Last Reward" series, utilizing a "Trust System" That actively monitored who you could (or thought you could) rely on, and System": Your choices would also influence the levels of trust Main Character's general attitude, as well as determine whether or not certain characters were actually trustworthy. This meant that player actions could determine who dies next and change the course of the story. The death reveals were far darker that what we got in Dangan Ronpa (one death is discovered by the group finding a classmate's severed head on the floor, another, by their severed hands in a box on a table covered in fresh blood), and a group killing could even occur. Furthermore, the game took place over 7 days as opposed to the unlimited time frame we got in the final game. Overall, Distrust was incredibly dark compared to what was released, and that's certainly saying something. ** Your choices would also influence the Main Character's general attitude, as well as determine whether or not certain characters were actually trustworthy. ** In keeping with the school theme, Monokuma was envisioned as an anatomical model.something.
2nd Dec '15 11:05:50 PM drillizer
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: When first envisioned under the working title ''Distrust'', the game would have featured branching pathways where the player's decisions influenced who lived or died: for instance, one pathway would involve student A's death, while in another route student B would be murdered instead, and student A would help you with the investigation.
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: When first envisioned under The original concept for what we know as Dangan Ronpa was a game known as "Distrust". While the working title ''Distrust'', characters and setting were mostly the same (The students trapped in a school of mutual killings by a sadistic overseer), there were a few key... differences. First off, what would later become Monokuma was a sentient anatomy model, and unlike the somewhat pristine environment of the school we got, Distrust's academy was a bloodstained nightmare, implying that many people had already been killed in the school. While there were still trials, the game would have featured branching pathways where worked somewhat like the player's decisions influenced "Virtue's Last Reward" series, utilizing a "Trust System" That actively monitored who lived or died: for instance, one pathway would involve student A's death, while in another route student B would be murdered instead, you could (or thought you could) rely on, and student A would help you with the investigation.levels of trust could determine who dies next and change the course of the story. The death reveals were far darker that what we got in Dangan Ronpa (one death is discovered by the group finding a classmate's severed head on the floor, another, by their severed hands in a box on a table covered in fresh blood), and a group killing could even occur. Furthermore, the game took place over 7 days as opposed to the unlimited time frame we got in the final game. Overall, Distrust was incredibly dark compared to what was released, and that's certainly saying something.
12th Nov '15 10:22:50 AM PikaHikariKT
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** One scene in the anime's dub has [[Creator/ChristopherSabat Mondo]] yell that something was [[Manga/DragonBallZ "Over 9,000!"]]
4th Nov '15 6:14:15 AM Oecchi
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There's no point in having this list here when there's already a Pantheon page.
!! Characters who serve as gods in the Trope Pantheon: * [[HopeBringer Makoto Naegi]] is in the House of [[Pantheon/{{HeroesDemigodsAndQuasideities}} Heroes]]. * [[GreatDetective Kyouko]] [[BornDetective Kirigiri]] is in the House of [[Pantheon/{{ProfessionLesserGods}} Profession]] * [[BlueBlood Byakuya Togami]] is in the House of [[Pantheon/{{CommerceDemigodsAndQuasideities}} Commerce]]. * [[BigEater Aoi Asahina]] is in the House of [[Pantheon/{{FoodDemigodsAndQuasideities}} Food]]. * [[LadyLooksLikeADude Sakura Oogami]] is in the House of [[Pantheon/{{GenderAppearances}} Personal Appearance]]. * [[ConsummateLiar Celestia]] [[ThatManIsDead Ludenberg]] and [[HopeCrusher Monokuma]] are in the House of [[Pantheon/{{MentalismIntermediateGods}} Mental]][[Pantheon/{{MentalismDemigodsAndQuasideities}} ism]]. * [[SourOutsideSadInside Toko Fukawa]] is in the House of [[Pantheon/{{Sadness}} Emotion]]. * [[StepfordSmiler Sayaka Maizono]] is in the House of [[Pantheon/PersonalityDemigodsAndQuasideities Personality]].
6th Sep '15 5:26:55 PM Alucard
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*** [[Manga/SuperGALS Not the first time she's been a famous GAL]] with MulticoloredHair either.
26th Aug '15 1:13:05 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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*** This isn't [[VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi the first time]] [[Creator/GrantGeorge Leon's]] utilized his baseball skills for murder.
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*** This isn't [[VisualNovel/HigurashiNoNakuKoroNi [[VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry the first time]] [[Creator/GrantGeorge Leon's]] utilized his baseball skills for murder.
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