History VisualNovel / SuperDanganRonpa2

17th Jun '16 12:08:46 PM TheLuckyCat
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* AbusiveParents: Mikan implies that she was beaten at home as well as at school, which is how she became the Ultimate Nurse in the first place.
** Kazuichi rather casually mentions his father beat him [[DisproportionateRetribution for skipping a school field trip.]] The way he says it implies that it happened a lot growing up.
** Fuyuhiko's parents used to try to kill each other on a regular basis and he sometimes got caught in the crossfire. Well, they are Yakuza, after all.



* BerserkButton: Not that it's exactly had to set him off anyway, but Fuyuhiko was going to call off the hit on Mahiru, only to almost kill her himself when she tells him that he had no right to murder Satou.



* ComicalOverreacting: Kazuichi, a lot of the time, handles all the weird things thrown at him by screaming.



* CuteAndPsycho: Mikan. Good lord, Mikan.



*** Though it doesn't excuse what she did, when Mikan says she became the way she is thanks to being bullied throughout her life and nobody ever accepting her. When you look back at how the group never call Hiyoko out on her merciless bullying of Mikan or reassure her when she called herself "worthless", she's not exactly wrong.

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*** Though it doesn't excuse what she did, when revealed to be the murderer, Mikan says she became the way she is thanks to being bullied throughout her life and nobody ever accepting her. When you look back at how the group [[ApatheticCitizens never call Hiyoko out out]] on her merciless bullying of Mikan or reassure her when she called herself "worthless", she's not exactly wrong.
17th Jun '16 11:48:47 AM TheLuckyCat
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* ActionGirl: Akane and Peko are the standout examples in the game.



* {{Angrish}}: When Teruteru is cornered as the murderer, he undergoes a SanitySlippage and starts spouting unintelligible gibberish, which Monomi has to translate because nobody can understand his accent.



** Though she was trying to improve herself, Hiyoko was ''not'' a pleasant person to be around.



* MamasBoy: A sympathetic example with Teruteru, who's motivation was to get back to his sick mother, and he [[IWantMyMommy screams for his mother]] just before he's dragged off to be executed.
** Also, Gundham mentions in his free time events that he'd eat his mother's terrible cooking because she'd cry if he didn't. He also refers to her as "an angel" when talking about his origins. Aw!
* MassiveNumberedSiblings: Akane is the oldest of seven siblings and she had to take care of them growing up.



*** Also, later on in the chapter, Hajime wakes up with Mikan in bed with him and starts frantically denying it to a scandalised Fuyuhiko...then Hajime sees the video of someone hanging themselves...



* TheNapoleon: Fuyuhiko, oh so much, being the Ultimate Yakuza and tries to intimidate people because of his short statue and baby face.



* RedHerringTwist: In Chapter 3 when Nagito, Akane and Ibuki all have Despair Fever, Hajime and Fuyuhiko go check on Nagito and then start looking for Ibuki when she appear to be missing. Neither of them remember to check on Akane, but nothing comes of it, as Ibuki is the one who was murdered and Monokuma lifts the Despair Fever once a body is found.



* SomethingElseAlsoRises: When Hajime wakes up in the hospital with Mikan in bed with him in bed, his ahoge is sticking straight up.



* TinyTyrannicalGirl: Hiyoko is one of the shortest, youngest-looking members of the cast and she's also a foul-mouthed, cruel bully.



* TwoGirlsToATeam: [[spoiler: By the end of the game, only Akane and Sonia are left alive of the girls.]]



** In Chapter 4, Gundam shoots back after being berated for being the culprit:

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** In Though he's not an out-and-out "villain", in Chapter 4, Gundam shoots back after being berated for being the culprit:


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*** Though it doesn't excuse what she did, when Mikan says she became the way she is thanks to being bullied throughout her life and nobody ever accepting her. When you look back at how the group never call Hiyoko out on her merciless bullying of Mikan or reassure her when she called herself "worthless", she's not exactly wrong.


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* WhatTheHellHero: Sonia chastises Fuyuhiko in the Chapter 2 trial for lashing out at Mikan when she starts agreeing with Hajime that Hiyoko likely didn't kill Mahiru. Interestingly, she doesn't scold Gundham for the same thing when Gundham does it to her earlier.
** The group react like this towards Hajime when he and Nagito conclude that [[spoiler: Mikan]] killed [[spoiler: Hiyoko and Ibuki]], finding it unlikely she'd have it in her.
5th Jun '16 10:53:21 PM Kadorhal
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A localized version was released on September 2nd, 2014.

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A localized version was released on September 2nd, 2014.
2014. This version was later ported to PC via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} in April 2016.
30th May '16 12:42:30 PM lavashipper
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** Sonia's comment about not being a virgin may be this, as the words for "young girl, and "virgin" sound almost the same when spoken aloud, and she may have misunderstood (perhaps because she's a foreigner) and thought Gundam was saying she was a young girl.


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** Though what she said may have been [[LostInTranslation misinterpreted in the English language release]], see DubInducedPlotHole above.
30th May '16 7:17:58 AM lavashipper
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**The message at the end of Twilight Syndrome ("Gokai shita") is actually a hint to a cheat code that can be entered at the title screen. "Gokai shita" can be translated both as "You misunderstood" or as "Five times down". Hajime misunderstood thinking was the former, but Chiaki tells him it is actually the latter. However, as this can't translate into English, it was lost in translation, making it a lot easier to figure out.
28th May '16 2:11:52 PM PP413
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** More likely just those that puns were possible for, because Ibuki has a pair of drumsticks.
28th May '16 4:48:28 AM Delta2501
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* AntiPoopSocking: Each trial has an interval where the player is prompted to save their game. This helps break up the experience as completing a trial plus the aftermath can take well over an hour or more.
18th May '16 7:20:31 AM SnakeEyes
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* {{Irony}}: In the first Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's goal is winning a ''game'' of hope versus despair, and they use rules to create a killing game and they provide motives to tempt the cast into killing each other. However, the setting is ''grounded in reality'' and there is nothing stopping the mastermind from breaking said rules, besides the risk of "defeat by disqualification" in the eyes of those watching the game. In fact, the mastermind ''does'' cheat the game and break the rules in an attempt to kill off their most dangerous threat. In the second Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's objectives are killing as much of the cast as possible, and luring their enemy into an extremely dangerous trap. In other words, the mastermind isn't ''playing a game'' here. However, since the setting is within a ''virtual reality'' (referred to as an ''actual game''), and because the mastermind exists as an "NPC" within the virtual reality, they are physically forced to abide by the rules that already exist. Because the mastermind can't kill the cast directly, they have to work around the rules and construct a ''fake'' killing game and either tempt or force (via BrainwashedAndCrazy and/or MortonsFork) the cast members to kill each other. The mastermind is even forced to save the lives of people that are mortally wounded if Monokuma was the one that injured them, assuming they aren't the loser of a class trial.

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* {{Irony}}: In the first Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's goal is winning a ''game'' of hope versus despair, and they use rules to create a killing game and they provide motives to tempt the cast into killing each other. However, the setting is ''grounded in reality'' and there is nothing stopping the mastermind from breaking said rules, besides the risk of "defeat by disqualification" in the eyes of those watching the game. In fact, the mastermind ''does'' cheat the game and break the rules in an attempt to kill off their most dangerous threat. In the second Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's objectives are killing as much of the cast as possible, and luring their enemy into an extremely dangerous trap. In other words, the mastermind isn't ''playing a game'' here. However, since the setting is within a ''virtual reality'' (referred to as an ''actual game''), and because the mastermind exists as an "NPC" within the virtual reality, they are physically forced to abide by the rules that already exist. Because the mastermind can't kill the cast directly, they have to work around the rules and construct a ''fake'' killing game and either tempt or force (via BrainwashedAndCrazy and/or MortonsFork) the cast members to kill each other. The mastermind is even forced to save the lives of people that are mortally wounded if Monokuma was the one that injured them, assuming they aren't the loser of a class trial.rule breaker.
18th May '16 7:19:54 AM SnakeEyes
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* {{Irony}}: In the first Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's goal is winning a ''game'' of hope versus despair, and they use rules to create a killing game and they provide motives to tempt the cast into killing each other. However, the setting is ''grounded in reality'' and there is nothing stopping the mastermind from breaking said rules, besides the risk of "defeat by disqualification" in the eyes of those watching the game. In fact, the mastermind ''does'' cheat the game and break the rules in an attempt to kill off their most dangerous threat. In the second Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's objectives are killing as much of the cast as possible, and luring their enemy into an extremely dangerous trap. In other words, the mastermind isn't ''playing a game'' here. However, since the setting is within a ''virtual reality'' (referred to as an ''actual game''), and because the mastermind exists as an "NPC" within the virtual reality, they are physically forced to abide by the rules that already exist. Because the mastermind can't kill the cast directly, they have to work around the rules and construct a ''fake'' killing game and either tempt or force (via BrainwashedAndCrazy and/or MortonsFork) the cast members to kill each other. The mastermind is even forced to save the lives of people that are mortally wounded if Monokuma was the one that injured them.

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* {{Irony}}: In the first Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's goal is winning a ''game'' of hope versus despair, and they use rules to create a killing game and they provide motives to tempt the cast into killing each other. However, the setting is ''grounded in reality'' and there is nothing stopping the mastermind from breaking said rules, besides the risk of "defeat by disqualification" in the eyes of those watching the game. In fact, the mastermind ''does'' cheat the game and break the rules in an attempt to kill off their most dangerous threat. In the second Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's objectives are killing as much of the cast as possible, and luring their enemy into an extremely dangerous trap. In other words, the mastermind isn't ''playing a game'' here. However, since the setting is within a ''virtual reality'' (referred to as an ''actual game''), and because the mastermind exists as an "NPC" within the virtual reality, they are physically forced to abide by the rules that already exist. Because the mastermind can't kill the cast directly, they have to work around the rules and construct a ''fake'' killing game and either tempt or force (via BrainwashedAndCrazy and/or MortonsFork) the cast members to kill each other. The mastermind is even forced to save the lives of people that are mortally wounded if Monokuma was the one that injured them.them, assuming they aren't the loser of a class trial.
18th May '16 7:15:39 AM SnakeEyes
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* {{Irony}}: In the first Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's goal is winning a ''game'' of hope versus despair, and they use rules to create a killing game and they provide motives to tempt the cast into killing each other. However, the setting is ''grounded in reality'' and there is nothing stopping the mastermind from breaking said rules, besides the risk of "defeat by disqualification" in the eyes of those watching the game. In fact, the mastermind ''does'' cheat the game and break the rules in an attempt to kill off their most dangerous threat. In the second Dangan Ronpa game, the mastermind's objectives are killing as much of the cast as possible, and luring their enemy into an extremely dangerous trap. In other words, the mastermind isn't ''playing a game'' here. However, since the setting is within a ''virtual reality'' (referred to as an ''actual game''), and because the mastermind exists as an "NPC" within the virtual reality, they are physically forced to abide by the rules that already exist. Because the mastermind can't kill the cast directly, they have to work around the rules and construct a ''fake'' killing game and either tempt or force (via BrainwashedAndCrazy and/or MortonsFork) the cast members to kill each other. The mastermind is even forced to save the lives of people that are mortally wounded if Monokuma was the one that injured them.
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