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Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (2017)

New Danganronpa V3: Minna no Koroshiai Shingakki (original title)
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Monokuma's twisted killing game returns in a new school with a new cast of 16 ultimate students. However this time, the killing game will never end until only two or less remain alive.


Kazutaka Kodaka

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sayaka Kanda ... Kaede Akamatsu (voice)
Hikaru Midorikawa ... Rantarô Amami (voice)
Haruka Ishida Haruka Ishida ... Miu Iruma (voice)
Hiro Shimono ... Kokichi Oma (voice)
Tetsuya Kakihara Tetsuya Kakihara ... Ki-Bo (voice)
Shunsuke Takeuchi Shunsuke Takeuchi ... Gonta Gokuhara (voice)
Megumi Hayashibara ... Shuichi Saihara (voice)
Mikako Komatsu Mikako Komatsu ... Tsumugi Shirogane (voice)
Ken'ichi Suzumura ... Korekiyo Shinguji (voice)
Sora Tokui Sora Tokui ... Tenko Chabashira (voice)
Kikuko Inoue ... Kirumi Tojo (voice)
Maaya Sakamoto ... Maki Harukawa (voice)
Akio Ôtsuka ... Ryoma Hoshi (voice)
Ryohei Kimura Ryohei Kimura ... Kaito Momota (voice)
Aimi Tanaka Aimi Tanaka ... Himiko Yumeno (voice)


High school student Kaede Akamatsu is kidnapped and awakens trapped in Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles, where she meets 15 fellow students including Shuichi Saihara. The group is abruptly accosted by a series of bear robots, known as Monokubs who expose them to a "Flashback Light," a flashlight similar to a neuralyzer. When Kaede next awakens the students remembers having ultimate talents, Kaede as the "Ultimate Pianist", while Shuichi as the Ultimate Detective. Monokuma - a robotic bear - arrives and informs the students that the only way to escape the academy is to successfully murder another student and not be voted as the culprit at the resulting trial.

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First teased in 2013 along with ultra despair girls See more »


Kokichi sets off an electrobomb (A device that disables electronics) in the Exisal hanger to disable Monokuma's hidden cameras to prevent them recording the murder, however Kokichi's own camera somehow records the incident fine without being disabled by the electrobomb. See more »


Kaede Akamatsu: [speaking] Nothing. No light. No sound. No form. No voice. No knowledge of who I am... Who I am? Who am I? I extend a hand. A hand that belongs to no one. To take hold of my existence -
[cue a graphic of Kaede Akamatsu's face near to the camera]
Kaede Akamatsu: This is me. My name is Kaede Akamatsu. I just remembered who I am.
[the camera slowly focuses out of Kaede and her eyes point inward with confusion]
Kaede Akamatsu: Nice to meet... me. I'm the protagonist of this crazy story.
[cue the introductory Prologue card]
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A Rated-R game that teaches you a lesson about how fiction can impact reality, and how YOU can change the world with fiction itself!
22 September 2019 | by poppygraceSee all my reviews

This game may seem like it's some rated R junk, and that one execution at Chapter 1 is abominable and disturbing to no end, but don't let any of this "Rated R" "unhealthy junk" fool you. It's nothing like these rated R cartoons, movies, and horrendous famous TV shows. The monokubs can be hilarious, despite Monokid's abusive behavior to Monodam. The two things I don't like about this game are is Kaede executed on false charges, and Tenko's loud behavior... Miu's sexual behavior....

But regardless. some parts are so hilarious, Natalie Hoover as Monophanie is cuteness overload, to the point where I could faint!

It's looks like the usual hope vs despair.... until the very end... Near the very end, The whole "theme" about truths vs. Lies, and Hope vs despair, is not what this game (series) is about anymore. Reading this plot will be the first game where YOU feel bad about playing it (or even playing a video game) One heck of a plot, until...Smash Bros Ultimate ruined everything with its' own murders and genocide in its own adventure mode! But please read this:

Kodaka made the game go uncharted territory, and tackled a theme that has NEVER been touched upon before. The moral of the ending from what I understood was that fiction impacts reality; every single day. In a good way or a very bad way. This couldn't be any more true. In this day and age, fiction is vital to reality. Even if nothing of it is ultimately real, these games, movies, TV, books, they all had an impact on each and every one of us. Fiction is more than just fiction now. In an exciting way, or in a horrendous way. Imagine where we would all be in a world without fiction. It's impossible to conceive because there couldn't possibly be a world without fiction. Fiction makes up a part of the world. These stories, these worlds, these characters, where the heck would we all be without them? And how can we be who we are today without most of the these fictional characters? They define us and are a part of us forever. We identify with them because as stated, fiction isn't just fiction anymore. They're not just stories or tales meant solely for the sake of entertaining people. These characters are in a way real. They possess heart, have their own souls, and are human just as much as we all are. They're self-aware. They are our idols, our friends, our family, and... well, sometimes our lovers. That was the true point of the ending to V3.

Kodaka and the team weren't trying to tell us that they're ending the series because they're tired of it. The characters are ending the game because they're fed up with the suffering they've been put through, Even though it feels like the complete opposite to Kodaka. He did what he did in order to thank us for supporting the series. He knows just how passionate the fans of the series can be and acknowledged it in his own twisted way. If the world were to become hypothetically obsessed with DR, that's what would happen in the series and it did through the whole series, until the very ending of this game. But not everyone loves and not everyone is obsessed with killing games or suffering as entertainment, He is aware of just how much we love his work, his world, and his characters. He's honored, and I'm certain this game should be used as a lesson. This is Danganronpa we're talking about. Even though it has ended, this lesson and entire series shall be famous eternally.

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