Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (絶対絶望少女 ダンガンロンパ Another Episode, Zettai Zetsubō Shōjo Danganronpa Another Episode) is a spin-off game based around the Danganronpa series.. Information and gameplay footage was first released at the Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia Conference on September 9, The game was released on September 25, , in.
Her only hope of survival is the Hacking Gun, given to her by a mysterious stranger, a girl by the name of Toko Fukawa. One day, she is rescued by Byakuya Togami of Future Foundation, but the rescue is derailed by a sudden attack of hundreds of Monokumas. Komaru soon discovers that the city has been taken over by a group of children calling themselves the Warriors of Hope. Komaru teams up with Toko Fukawa to try to survive the rampaging Monokumas, escape the crafty Monokuma Kids, and uncover the secrets of the city.
Danganronpa Another Episode is a third-person adventure shooter game where the player controls Komaru Naegi as she tries to survive in a city overrun by Monokuma Units with the help of her partner, Toko Fukawa.
During the game, the player has the option to switch between playing as Komaru and Toko's split personality, Genocide Jack. Choosing to play as Komaru allows the player to utilize a megaphone-shaped hacking gun which turns her words into various types of ammunition, called Truth Bullets. Initially, the hacking gun has an unlimited stock of every type of Truth Bullet. Later on, The Servant messes with the gun when she is taken hostage onto the Warriors of Hope's airship, therefore forcing her to rediscover the different bullets and use them in limited supply.
Using the hacking gun, Komaru can issue several different commands based on the Truth Bullet she shoots:. On the other hand, the player can also choose to call upon the invincible Genocide Jack, who carries her "Genoscissors" and a stun gun which allows her to go on a rampage and destroy all the Monokuma Units around her.
However, the player can only use Genocide Jack for a limited period of time. Once the batteries are drained, Genocide Jack will immediately revert back to Toko.
The player can revert Genocide Jack manually to preserve batteries. On Genocide Mode, the batteries will regenerate when using Komaru, but on all other modes, batteries can only be replenished by collecting battery drops from MonoMono Machines. Genocide Jack's normal attacks include a basic melee combo, whose length can be upgraded by buying upgrades from shops, and through a charge attack. The charge attack functions differently and does more damage the longer it's charged.
A short charge results in Genocide Jack throwing scissors in all directions and is effective at close range. A medium charge results in Genocide Jack flipping upside down and flying forward while spinning like a top while slashing, cutting a wide swath through enemies.
At full charge, Genocide Jack flies forwards while spinning like a drill, punching through any enemy in her path. Being attacked will cancel any charge. Upgrades also exist for both charge attack damage and charge speed. In addition to her normal attacks, Genocide Jack can also use special moves using Slash Lust. The Slash Lust gauge is indicated by a row of scissor symbols at the bottom of the screen while Genocide Jack is active.
Slash Lust charges by using normal and charge attacks to kill Monokumas, and both the charge rate and the maximum capacity are upgradeable.
When using Slash Lust, the player must first lock onto a target. Two types of Slash Lust attacks are available. The first uses only a single unit of Slash Lust and targets a single enemy. The second uses three units and can target up to five enemies. Once activated, Genocide Jack jumps off-screen, and then an automated sequence is shown in which she attacks the targeted enemy. In this event, the player must stop the shrinking white circle inside the yellow ring or the smaller blue ring to save Komaru.
Stopping the circle inside the yellow ring will cost one of Toko's batteries; however, stopping it inside the blue ring does not cause Toko to lose any batteries. If Toko has no batteries, only the blue ring will appear. Failing this event will cause a game over. Danganronpa Another Episode also features a different system for collecting Monocoins. In this game, Monocoins are collected by defeating enemy Monokuma Units.
Depending on how the Monokuma Unit was defeated, the Monokuma will drop gold, silver, or bronze Monocoins. Monokuma Units can also drop other items when defeated such as Truth Bullets, batteries, and extra lives.
The player will also encounter various Monokuma Kids who will challenge Komaru and Toko to various puzzle-like minigames which the player must complete to access new areas. These challenges range from destroying Monokuma Units, finding Monokuma Kids without being caught, to solving various riddles throughout the game. Unlike the two previous entries in the Danganronpa series being visual novel adventure games, Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls is a third-person spin-off game.
Initially, the game was a project from members of Spike Chunsoft that wanted to develop a more action-oriented spin-off game. One of the proponents for a spin-off game was Kazutaka Kodaka, who always wanted to write a story of two characters running away from despair, and he felt that the easiest way to do this was through an action game that necessitated movement with Danganronpa characters.
Kodaka stated that he spent an equal amount of time writing the dialogue and backstories for each of the characters of the game in comparison to the previous games. One aspect of Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls that the development team was worried about was whether the shift in gameplay genres would alienate players who were not good at action games.
They decided to add the mechanic of switching between characters and the ability for Toko to switch to Genocide Jack to make it easier for players. Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls was announced at a Sony Computer Entertainment press conference in September , where the first gameplay trailer was shown; the trailer also teased the third entry in the series, Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.
When the game launched, Spike Chunsoft promoted the game and offered several pre-order bonuses, including digital wallpapers, mousepads, and a smartphone stand. Additional merchandise such as Monokuma stuffed toys and an armband were also offered at Comiket. According to Kodaka in an interview, the game's original concept was "an action game, and then within that, two girls together, in an incredibly hopeless situation, and how they come together to overcome what they're experiencing, what they're facing.
According to Masafumi, a VR game of Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls wasn't going to be developed because other companies were already working on other virtual reality shooting games, as well as because the developers wanted to create something that only they could make. Terasawa decided to make the punishment sequence play out from a first-person perspective to make the player feel horror, but also include Monokuma to lighten the mood, leading to the creation of Cyber Danganronpa VR The Class Trial.
The character designs are one of the most notable changes in the final game, and a lot of them had a very different appearance prior to it. Komaru Naegi is one of the characters whose designs changed more than anyone else, having in total six different concept designs. Some of these designs are very similar to some of the characters that appear in the games, such as the fifth and sixth concept designs, which highly seem to be used as the designs of Kanon Nakajima and Maki Harukawa. Komaru's designs highly changed during the development of the game.
There were three early sketches of Komaru's sprites; these were placeholders for the "motivation" minigame. In the first trailer for Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls , there was a version of Monokuma that held 2 knives; however, this wasn't shown in the final game because it was scrapped at some point during the game's development for an undisclosed reason. Bomber Monokuma An explosive Monokuma Unit that throws bombs.
Explodes when defeated. Siren Monokuma A Monokuma Unit with a back-mounted speaker pack that attracts more robots to him. Junk Monokuma A grisly Monokuma Unit resembling a heavily-disfigured version of the original. Guard Monokuma A Monokuma Unit wearing police armor. Carries a large riot shield invulnerable to attacks, but can be hurt from an attack from behind or if the Knockback Bullet exposes him. Destroyer Monokuma A Monokuma Unit equipped with a flamethrower and a jetpack.
Beast Monokuma A large Monokuma Unit that crawls on all fours. Identifiable by its beastly grunts and its erratic right eye. Ball Monokuma A Monokuma Unit with a spherical body that can also be used to run over anything in its path. Throws garbage to damage and disorient its enemies.
The game received both a standard and limited edition release. The limited-edition included a physical copy of the game, a Danganronpa Another Episode bag, a Monokuma mug, two-character clear files, and an official art poster. The game was later re-released for the PS4 on June 29, The game received both a limited edition and a single disc release.
The limited-edition included a copy of the game, a page art book, a fifteen track soundtrack single disc, and a collectors' box. The game received a rating of 18 by GRAC. The limited-edition release included a copy of the game, a special art book, a keychain, a special book featuring Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc characters, and a steel cartridge case.
Upon vanquishing the mist and reaching Midgard's peak, Kratos and Atreus find out the Stranger who attacked them is alive and has two henchmen, the sons of Thor , Magni and Modi at his side, interrogating an imprisoned man, revealed to be Mimir. Mimir, however, knows of another passage. He instructs Kratos to cut off his head and have it revived by the witch, revealed to be the Vanir goddess Freya.
Kratos immediately distrusts her, but both Freya and Mimir warn him to tell Atreus about his true nature as a God, which Kratos keeps a secret from him.
After Kratos kills Magni, Modi flees, but later returns and ambushes them. Kratos fends him off, but Atreus collapses ill due to a mental contradiction of a god believing himself to be mortal. Freya instructs Kratos to retrieve the heart of a particular troll in Helheim ; however, his Leviathan Axe is useless there. Kratos returns home to unearth his old weapons, the Blades of Chaos , and is haunted by Athena's spirit.
After retrieving the heart, he has a haunting vision of Zeus. Atreus is cured, and Kratos tells him he is a god. Atreus then becomes increasingly arrogant on their journey, and he murders a weakened Mod, despite Kratos ordering him not to.
At Midgard's peak, they are ambushed by Baldur. Atreus makes amends with Kratos, and while escaping from Helheim, they discover Baldur is Freya's son. Desperate to protect him, Freya had cast a spell on Baldur that makes him immune to all physical and magical threats, but also makes unable to feel any joys of life, causing Baldur to resent his mother.
During the fight, Baldur is pierced by Atreus' mistletoe arrow, breaking Freya's spell. After an enormous battle, Baldur is defeated, and despite being given an opportunity to retreat, he attempts to strangle Freya, forcing Kratos to kill him. A grieving Freya swears revenge and taunts Kratos about hiding his true nature. Kratos finally tells Atreus about his past and how he had killed his fellow Greek gods, including his father Zeus. Atreus laments and Kratos tells him that they should learn from their experiences and not repeat the mistakes of their predecessors.
In addition, they discover Faye was a giant who decided to stay behind in Midgard, making Atreus part giant, god, and mortal. Their fight with Baldur was shown, revealing he was after Faye the whole time, unaware she was deceased. It is also revealed that Atreus was named Loki by his mother. Kratos and Atreus then fulfill their promise and spread her ashes at the peak, overlooking a valley of giants' corpses.
Afterwards, Kratos reveals to Atreus that his given name was that of a compassionate Spartan comrade. In the game's secret ending, Kratos and Atreus return home and slumber.
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