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Japonya'da Dangan Ronpa: Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei (ダンガンロンパ 希望の学園と絶望の高校生) olarak bilinen Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Spike Chunsoft tarafından geliştirilen Japon görsel roman oyunudur ve Danganronpa serisinin ilk oyunudur. 25 Kasım 2010'da PlayStation Portable için Japonya'da piyasaya sürüldü ve daha sonra PlayStation Vita, iOS / Android, PlayStation 4 ve PC'ye aktarıldı. Dangan Ronpa: Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei (Deneme Sürümü), oyunun ilk bölümünün bazı yerlerinin değiştirilmiş bir sürümüyle 10 Ekim 2010'da Japonya'da yayınlandı. Ardından oyun lokalize edildi ve 11 Şubat 2014'te NIS America tarafından İngilizce olarak yayınlandı.

Oyun, devam oyunu olan Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair ile birlikte PS Vita, PS4 ve PC'deki Danganronpa 1.2 Reload koleksiyonuna ek içeriklerle birlikte piyasaya sürüldü.

Özet[]

"Umudun Zirvesi Akademisi, Japonya'nın en iyi ve en parlak lise öğrencilerine ev sahipliği yapıyor - gelecek için umut işaretleri. Ancak bu umut Makoto Naegi ve sınıf arkadaşlarının kendilerinin okulda hapsedildiklerini fark edene kadar sürmüştür. Dış dünyadan kopmuş ve Monokuma adında garip, katil bir küçük ayının kaprislerine maruz kalmışlardır. Monokuma, öğrencileri birbirine düşürür ve cinayet işleyip yakalanmayan bir kişiye özgürlük vaat eder. Monokuma'nın gerçekte kim olduğunu ve bir zamanlar tanıdığınız dünyadan neden alıkoyulduğunuzu öğrenmek size kalmış. Ama ne dilediğinize dikkat edin - bazen gerçeklerden daha ölümcül bir şey yoktur. - Resmi Özet [1][2]


Oynanış[]

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc'ta oyuncu Umudun Zirvesi öğrencisi olup diğer öğrenciler ile öldürmeceli bir oyuna katılmaya zorlanmış olan Makoto Naegi'yi kontrol eder. Her bölüm ikiye ayrılıyor: Akademiyi keşfe çıkıp hikayede ilerleme kaydedebileceği Okul Hayatı, ve cinayetin suçlusunu ortaya çıkarması gerektiği Sınıf Duruşmaları.

Maizono Sayaka Conversation

Sayaka Maizono ile olan bir konuşmanın ekran görüntüsü.

Okul Hayatında, oyuncu akademiyi birinci şahıs bakış açısıyla keşfedebilir. Belirli yerlerde, oyuncu diğer karakterlerle sohbet etmek ve çeşitli nesnelerle etkileşime geçmek için imlecini hareket ettirir. Belirli nesnelerin incelenmesi ile oyuncu, okul mağazasında bulunan Yüce MonoMono Makinesinden hediyeler alabileceği Monocoins'ler elde eder. Oyun ilerledikçe, akademide daha fazla erişilebilir alan açılır. Önceki bölümlerde kapalı olan yerler yani.

Okul Hayatı iki bölümden oluşuyor: "Günlük Yaşam" ve "Ölümcül Yaşam". Günlük Yaşam'da oyuncu karakterlerle sohbet eder ve hikaye boyunca ilerler. Karakterlerle sohbet ederken, bazı yorumlara yeni bilgiler ortaya çıkarmak için "tepki" gösterilebilir. Günlük Yaşam aynı zamanda oyuncunun zamanını diğer karakterlerle geçirebileceği ve onlara hediyeler verebileceği "Serbest Zaman" segmentlerine de sahiptir, bu da onlar hakkında daha fazla bilgi açığa çıkarır ve oyuncuya "Sınıf Duruşması"nın bazı yönlerinde yardımcı olan "becerilerin" kilidini açar. "Beceri Puanları" ise Sınıf Duruşması sırasında kullanılabilecek becerileri belirler.

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Sınıf Duruşması.

Bir cinayet gerçekleştiğinde oyun, oyuncunun akademi boyunca ipucu araması gereken "Ölümcül Yaşam" moduna geçiş yapar. Kanıtlar ve tanıklıklar veya "Doğruluk Mermileri", oyuncunun Elektronik Kimliğinde saklanır. Mümkün olan tüm Doğruluk Mermileri bulunduktan sonra, oyun Sınıf Duruşmasına geçer.

Sınıf Duruşmasında, öğrenciler katilin kim olduğunu kendi aralarında tartışmalıdırlar. Oyunun mantık zorluğu, gerçeklerin nasıl gösterildiğini ve bunların ne kadar mantıklı olduğunu belirleyecektir (mantık zorluğu ayarlarda hemen hemen her zaman değiştirilebilir). Sınıf Duruşması dört ana oyun modundan oluşur: Kesintisiz Münazara, Adam Asmaca, Bullet Time Battle ve Kapanış Argümanı. Bunlardan en yaygın olanı, karakterlerin dava hakkındaki düşüncelerini tartışacağı Kesintisiz Münazaradır. Bu bölümler sırasında, oyuncu durumla ilgili kanıtları içeren metafor mermiler olan "Doğruluk Mermileri" ile silahlandırılmıştır. Tartışmayı bozmak için, oyuncu "zayıf noktaları" (sarı renk ile vurgulanan kelimeler) - karakterlerin argümanlarında bir yalan veya çelişki bulmalı ve onları doğru doğruluk mermileri ile vurmalıdır. Adam Asmaca'da, oyuncu bir ipucunu belirten harfleri vurmalıdır. Bullet Time Battle, ritim tarzı bir oyun tarzı ile  başka bir öğrenciye karşı bire bir münazaraya girmektir. Rakip açıklamalarda bulunduğunda, oyuncu açıklamalara kilitlenmek ve vurmak için ritime göre zamanında bazı tuşları basmalıdır. Bir duruşmayı sonlandırmak için, oyuncunun cinayetin nasıl gerçekleştiğini gösteren komik bir şeridi birleştirdiği bir bulmaca olan "Kapanış Argümanı" yapar.

Danganronpa THH Bullet Time Battle

Bullet Time Battle.

Occasionally, the player must answer a multiple choice question and present an evidence to progress through the Class Trial. The player's "Influence" among the other students is represented by hearts, which is reduced whenever the player makes errors in shooting contradictions or presenting evidence, and is slightly replenished once the player does otherwise. The game ends if the player loses all their Influence, or if they run out of time during a segment. At the end of a trial, the game ranks the player's performance and rewards them with Monocoins.

When the player completes a chapter, a screen with outlines of every student's silhouette appears. Text at the top of the screen displays "Surviving Students" - though moments later, the casualties' sprite colors change to show their status change from alive to deceased as the number on the bottom changes accordingly to the number of surviving students.

Oyun Rehberleri[]

Danganronpa V3 Monokuma Bonus Mode Pixel Icon (7) Danganronpa V3 Monomono Machine Bonus Mode Pixel Danganronpa 1 School Mode Makoto Naegi Pixel Sprite 02 Aoi Asahina School Mode Pixel Icon (5)
Sınıf Duruşmaları Hediyeler Free Time Events Okul Modu

Ana Karakterler[]

Monokuma (モノクマ) Makoto Naegi (苗木誠)
Okul Müdürü Üstün Şanslı Öğrenci
Monokuma VA ID
日本語 Nobuyo Ōyama
English Brian Beacock[3]
Makoto Naegi VA ID
日本語 Megumi Ogata
English Bryce Papenbrook[4]
Official Profile Official Profile
Aoi Asahina (朝日奈葵) Byakuya Togami (十神白夜)
Üstün Yüzücü Öğrenci Ultimate Affluent Progeny
Aoi Asahina VA ID
日本語 Chiwa Saitō
English Cassandra Lee Morris[5]
Byakuya Togami VA ID
日本語 Akira Ishida
English Jason Wishnov[6]
Official Profile Official Profile
Celestia Ludenberg (セレスティアルーデンベルク) Chihiro Fujisaki (不二咲千尋)
Ultimate Gambler Ultimate Programmer
Celestia Ludenberg VA ID
日本語 Hekiru Shiina
English Marieve Herington

[citation needed]

Chihiro Fujisaki VA ID
日本語 Kōki Miyata
English Dorothy Elias-Fahn[7]
Official Profile Official Profile
Hifumi Yamada (山田一二三) Junko Enoshima (江ノ島盾子)
Ultimate Fanfic Creator Ultimate Fashionista
Hifumi Yamada VA ID
日本語 Kappei Yamaguchi
English Lucien Dodge[8]
Mukuro Ikusaba Disguised VA ID
日本語 Megumi Toyoguchi
English Amanda Céline Miller[9]
English Erin Fitzgerald[10]
Official Profile Official Profile
Kiyotaka Ishimaru (石丸清多夏) Kyoko Kirigiri (霧切響子)
Ultimate Moral Compass Ultimate ???
Kiyotaka Ishimaru VA ID
日本語 Kōsuke Toriumi
English Sean Chiplock[11]
Kyoko Kirigiri VA ID
日本語 Yōko Hikasa
English Erika Harlacher[12]
Official Profile Official Profile
Leon Kuwata (桑田怜恩) Mondo Owada (大和田紋土)
Ultimate Baseball Star Ultimate Biker Gang Leader
Leon Kuwata VA ID
日本語 Takahiro Sakurai
English Grant George[13]
Mondo Owada VA ID
日本語 Kazuya Nakai
English Keith Silverstein[14]
Official Profile Official Profile
Sakura Ogami (大神さくら) Sayaka Maizono (舞園さやか)
Ultimate Martial Artist Ultimate Pop Sensation
Sakura Ogami VA ID
日本語 Kujira
English Jessica Gee-George[15]
Sayaka Maizono VA ID
日本語 Makiko Ōmoto
English Dorothy Elias-Fahn[7]
Official Profile Official Profile
Toko Fukawa (腐川冬子) Yasuhiro Hagakure (葉隠康比呂)
Ultimate Writing Prodigy Ultimate Clairvoyant
Toko Fukawa VA ID
日本語 Miyuki Sawashiro
English Amanda Céline Miller[9]
English Erin Fitzgerald[10]
Yasuhiro Hagakure VA ID
日本語 Masaya Matsukaze
English Kaiji Tang[16]
Official Profile Official Profile

Development[]

DISTRUST[]

DISTRUST was visual novel devised by writer-director Kazutaka Kodaka. The general premise was "15 teenagers killing time or our 7 days survival war" (15少年少女殺戮期 もしくはボクらの7日間生存戦争), and was co-developed by Kodaka alongside Spike Chunsoft (then Spike) producer Yoshinori Terasawa and character designer Rui Komatsuzaki between 2007 and 2009. The game featured realistic blood in a gritty, industrial, post-apocalyptic environment inside the school building, and a subdued color palette. During development it was determined that the gruesome aesthetic of this prototype, along with the small marketshare of the niche PlayStation Portable console, made the game potentially unmarketable and the game's development was ultimately scrapped. Despite cancellation, the game was reworked by the team into what later became Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, which shares many similarities with it's cancelled predecessor, with many character names, designs, and the overall premise of the story being carried forward.

Reception[]

Critical Reception[]

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc received favorable reviews in Japanese game media and was awarded a pre-release rating of 36/40 by Famitsu.[17] The English localization of the game has earned a Metacritic review aggregate score of 80 for the PS Vita release[18] and a score of 82 for the PC port,[19] indicating generally favorable reviews.

The English adaptation won several awards, including Game Informer's "Best Vita Exclusive of 2014" and "Best Adventure of 2014",[20] RPGFan's "Best Story of 2014"[21] and "Best Graphic Adventure of 2014",[22] Hardcore Gamer's "Best New Character of 2014" (Monokuma)[23] and the Metro's #14 in their "Top 20 Games of 2014".[24]

Review Scores[]

Review scores for the original PS Vita release in English on February 11, 2014.

Digitally Downloaded ★★★★★ 100%
Gaming Age A- 91%
God is a Geek 9/10 90%
Playstation Universe 9 90%
RPG Fan 90% 90%
USgamer 90% 90%
Destructoid 8.5/10 85%
IGN 8.5/10 85%
Game Informer 85/100 85%
Gaming Trend 85/100 85%
Play UK 85% 85%
Polygon 8/10 80%
Digital Spy ★★★★☆ 80%
The Escapist ★★★★☆ 80%
Gamespot 8/10 80%
Push Square 8/10 80%
Giant Bomb ★★★☆☆ 60%
The Telegraph ★★★☆☆ 60%

Sales[]

It was released to PSP on November 25, 2010, and in August 25, 2012 it was later made available for iOS and Android OS in Japan. The game was released on January 13, 2014 in Taiwan, February 11, 2014 in North America, and Europe and Australia on February 14, 2014. It sold 25,564 copies in Japan in its first week, debuting in 8th place in the weekly game sales charts,[25] and in three months of sales sold over 85,000 copies.[26]

Soundtrack[]

Main article: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (Original Soundtrack)


Anime[]

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Danganronpa: The Animation (ダンガンロンパ: The Animation) was a faithful but abridged 13-episode adaptation of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc produced by animation studio Lerche, which featured the original Japanese voice cast of the game returning to voice their characters. The series debuted on July 4, 2013, and was simulcast with English subtitles by Funimation on their streaming platform. Later, fully translated dubbed versions of the series were released in English by Funimation on November 9, 2015, and in German by FilmConfect from August 26, 2016. The series has also been subtitled in German, French, Italian, and Spanish.

Because the adaptation was subtitled by Funimation at the same time as the game was being translated by NIS America, both the English subbed and dubbed versions of the anime have a separate canon from the game in terms of certain terminology, most noteably character talents being literally translated as "Super High School Level" rather than "Ultimate", and character names such as Mondo Owada being romanized as Mondo Ohwada. Despite criticism from some fans for it's diversion from the games, the localisation style was maintained into the anime series' 2016 sequel Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School for consistency reasons.

Manga[]

Manga Cover - Danganronpa Demo Manga (Front) (Japanese)
Danganronpa: Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei (Trial Version)
A 1 volume manga adaptation of Dangan Ronpa: Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei (Trial Version), which features an alternative version of Chapter 1 than that which features in the full game. The manga was released in Japan on October 10, 2010 as a preorder bonus for those who pre-ordered Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc from TSUTAYA.
Manga Cover - Danganronpa Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei (manga) Volume 1 (Front) (Japanese)
Danganronpa: Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei
A manga adaptation of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc serialized in Japan in Famitsu Comic Clear between June 2011 - October 2013, and later released in 4 volumes by Enterbrain.
Manga Cover - Danganronpa 4koma Kings Volume 1 (Front) (Japanese)
Danganronpa: Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei 4koma KINGS
4 volumes of comedic yonkoma comics based on Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc published by DNA Media Comics from July 25, 2011 - April 24, 2014.
Danganronpa 1 Anthology Manga Volume 1 Cover
Danganronpa: Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei Comic Anthology
4 volumes of short story manga based on Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc contributed by many different artists and published by DNA Media from August 25, 2011 - May 24, 2014.
Manga Cover - Danganronpa The Animation Volume 1 (Front) (English)
Danganronpa: The Animation
A manga adaptation of the anime Danganronpa: The Animation, which was itself an adaptation of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. Serialized in Japan in Shonen Ace between July 2013 - July 2014, and later released in 4 volumes by Kodokawa Comics. This manga has been released in English by Dark Horse. The manga has also been released in German, Chinese, and Spanish.
Manga Cover - Danganronpa The Animation Dengeki Comic Anthology (Front) (Japanese)
Danganronpa: Kibō no Gakuen to Zetsubō no Kōkōsei The Animation Dengeki Comic Anthology
A second anthology manga - unrelated to the previous anthologies - published by Dengeki Comics on August 27, 2013 and based on Danganronpa: The Animation. Again features a variety of different artists contributing short stories based in the Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc universe.

Stage Plays[]

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc has been adapted into a stage play in Japan by theatre production company Cornflakes. There have been two seperate productions of this play, once in 2014 and again in 2016.

Danganronpa The Stage 2014 Poster
Danganronpa The Stage 2016 Poster
Danganronpa:
THE STAGE 2014
Danganronpa:
THE STAGE 2016

Gallery[]

Main article: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc/Image Gallery


Videos[]

Trivia[]

  • The series' title, Danganronpa, is compounded from the words "bullet" (弾丸 dangan) and "refutation" (論破 ronpa).
  • As a game defined in part by its bold aesthetics, Danganronpa was originally supposed to have a monochrome color palette of purely black and white, but with the original pink blood which was later decided to be starkly red-colored blood in order to make instances of death stick out, similar to the hyper-violent Sega game MadWorld. Even after the color scheme was reworked to be more conventional, the blood was stylistically colored back to a bright pink in order to create the same visual effect.
  • Dosya:Danganronpa 1 To Be Continued Beta.png
    On the "To Be Continued" screen between chapters, the silhouettes are early beta designs of each character. Although these images are otherwise never seen in-game, they can still be found using datamining tools, as they were used as placeholders during development and can be seen in some in-development screenshots. These same images are visible in the character profiles which can be unlocked in the gallery.


External links[]

References[]

  1. Steam: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Hovic
  2. NISA Store: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
  3. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Brian Beacock: "Hey thanks! And yes I did play Monokuma! I have the sore throat to prove it! :)" (Image of tweet) (25 Feb 2014)
  4. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Bryce Papenbrook: "Had an amazing time recording DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc! Check me out as Makoto Naegi! #DanganRonpa" (Image of tweet) (22 Jul 2013)
  5. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Cassandra Lee Morris: ""Official announcement: Yes, that is me as Aoi Asahina in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc! Out now for PS Vita."" (Image of tweet) (13 Feb 2014)
  6. Dosya:NeoGAF.png Jason Wishnov: "I'm happy to say that I'll be playing the part of Byakuya Togami in the English localization of Dangan Ronpa!" (Image of Post) (18 July 2013)
  7. 7,0 7,1 Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Dorothy Elias-Fahn: "Oh Chihiro will be back in V3, as well as Sayaka and...?!😃" (Image of tweet) (2 July 2017)
  8. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Lucien Dodge: "Had fun today recording the very eccentric Hifumi Yamada in "Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc", coming out for the PS Vita in early 2014." (Image of tweet) (15 July 2013)
  9. 9,0 9,1 Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Amanda Céline Miller: "According to Amazon, #DanganRonpa will be coming out on Feb 18. You can hear me as Junko and Touko. Super excited!" (Image of tweet) (11 Nov 2013)
  10. 10,0 10,1 Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Erin Fitzgerald: "I can officially announce that I share the roles of Touka Fukawa & Junko Enoshima with @Amanda_Celine (NDA on why) in #DanganRonpa #Play2C" (Image of tweet) (7 Dec 2013)
  11. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Sean Chiplock: "Happy to reveal that you can hear me as Kiyotaka Ishimaru in DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, due out in early 2014!" (Image of tweet) (17 Aug 2013)
  12. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Erika Harlacher: "Be sure to listen for me as Kyoko Kirigiri in the game "Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc" coming to PS Vita in 2014!" (Image of tweet) (18 July 2013)
  13. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Grant George: ""Danganronpa is taking over my life! Got to hear some awesome voices from @GrantGeorgeVO & @JessicaGeeVO. Leon was my fav...too soon T_T" "Thanks for the tweet, Cayla! Glad you are loving it!"" (Image of tweet) (8 Jan 2015)
  14. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Keith Silverstein: ""Well it is Flashback Friday so anyone remember this one? #Mondo #Danganronpa #TriggerHappyHavoc"" (Image of tweet) (3 Feb 2017)
  15. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Jessica Gee-George: "I never remember my characters! I can find out for you. (...) Sakura Ogami I believe." (Image of tweet) (17 Feb 2014)
  16. Dosya:Twitter Icon.png Kaiji Tang: "Cast is green lit to talk about it so! I'll be voicing Yasuhiro Hagakure in "Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc"! Check it out early 2014!" (Image of tweet) (15 July 2013)
  17. Nintendo Everything: Complete Famitsu review scores
  18. Metacritic: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (PS Vita)
  19. Metacritic: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (PC)
  20. Game Informer: Best of 2014 Awards
  21. RPG Fan: Best Story of 2014 Award
  22. RPG Fan: Best Graphic Adventure Award
  23. Hardcore Gamer: Best New Character (Monokuma)
  24. Metro: Top 20 Games of 2014
  25. "Gran Turismo 5 Tops the Charts in Japan"
  26. "Danganronpa Sells 85,000 Units, Spike CEO Grins Like Mono-Bear"


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