1. nagisashingetsu:

    絶対絶望少女 ダンガンロンパ Another Episode PV 2

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  2. Stellaworks a4 clearfile
    Loppi/HMV: undisclosed product

    therandominmyhead:

    More preorder bonuses….  (info in captions)
    And of special note, see also.

    (Source: inside-games.jp, via alteregobot)

     

  3. GEO - a4 clearfile
    Rakuten books - bromide card
    Theta - QUOcard
    Sanyodo - a4 clearrfile
    Joshin - Digital wallpaper download
    furu1online - mousepad
    joshin - wallpaper download

    therandominmyhead:

    The rest of the DR:AE preorder bonuses art! Info in captions. (They’re all pretty huge, for best results view seperately)

    (Source: inside-games.jp, via alteregobot)

     

  4. danmakuspam:

    English voice dubs!

    (via danganronpa)

     
     

  5. hajimehinata:

    yuuta asahina and hiroko hagakure!

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  6. ryougasaotome:

    New Zettai Zetsubou Shoujo: DanganRonpa AnotherEpisode scans via Dengeki this week. First up is an overview of the different monokuma enemy types you’ll encounter in-game.

    Shirokuma: Part of the resistance fighting against the Warriors of Hope.

    Kurokuma: An advisor of sorts to the Warriors of Hope.

    Monokuma: Still a dick.

    Siren Monokuma

    Ball Monokuma

    Bomber Monokuma

    Guard Monokuma

    There’s also a general explanation of the various life and energy bars, as well as the 8 different bullet types the gun can equip. These bullets are just used for basic action sequences, but also factor into environmental puzzles and the like. 

    Bullets can have their strength increased at the Dekodama shop. Curency comes in the form of Monokuma Medals which are acquired by defeating enemies. 

    Lastly, a chart examining the relationship between the various characters and factions. Lol Byakuya and Touko. 

     


  7. orenronen:

    A followup: someone with an early review copy reported that Nanami’s video game references are indeed properly researched and translated. I apologize for any doubt I had.

     


  8. orenronen:

    (First post in a long time)
    One thing I really hope the official SDR2 release gets right is Nanami’s video game references. Most of those are games that did, in fact, get a western release, but getting the translation right still requires a bit of research. Sometimes a lot of it if she actually quotes lines from the game (I *did* my research when Shadowgate was quoted, for example).

    An example I didn’t get to in my translation: Nanami describes a dream she had where a Tengu fights the Statue of Liberty, referencing the late-life Famicom game Abarenbou Tengu. That game was released in the US with sprite changes as Zombie Nation, with the titular Tengu mask the player controls replaced with a decapitated Samurai head. Now, which of these versions of the game is correct for Nanami to reference in an English translation of SDR2 is up for debate, I guess, but I’m personally of the opinion that obscure references are really fun for the few people who get them. For America, that’s the US version. I have my doubts the translation gets that right, but I’d love to be proven wrong.

     

  9. Sleepy eyed and in her PJs with the sunlight shining in on her, at first glance you get a peaceful feeling, but...
    Komaru stares intently outside, looking serious. The bars on the outside are readily apparent.
    The furniture installed in the room, in stark contrast to the bars reminiscent of a jail cell, feels just like the former Hope's Peak. The scenery outside.. what is Komaru feeling looking at it?

    therandominmyhead:

    The animation team behind Dangan Ronpa The Animation also worked on the special fully animated event scenes. In these 4 shots, you get a look at how she looks before Komaru begins running around everywhere in the game. However, there’s of course no trace of her family, only solid looking prison bars. Maybe she’s been imprisoned somewhere after the events of the first game?

    (captions in images)

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  10. The limited edition bundle for Danganronpa 2 is now sold out on the NIS America online store, but it is still available on the NISA Europe store (at a higher price). Get it while you can!