Trial 2 is pretty good, but as usual with DR2 There are some glaring flaws with it. It just doesn't have the oomph or reasoning the THH killings had. Which section of the spear was he holding on to? Because there's no real emotion there. Logic and Action difficulty are set to Mean. It's not like everything 1-5 sets up. Now, obviously the motive here is the same as the THH trial 6. “Us VS the Mastermind”. All the setup is in this trial, and honestly the setup is a little weak. Class Trials are the final act of each chapter in Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. But the issue is that unless the traitor reveals themselves we can do nothing. So the motive is basically “Nagito is a dumbass who believes Monokuma, the actual augur of despair, you know, the thing he supposedly hates, over everyone else”. Sayaka desperately wanted to escape for the sake of her friends. For starters, the trials feel like actual debates although they still tend to feel long as the game has its fair share of fodder characters. Honestly what raises it so high is the story implications. Normal Junko had a fully developed plan. Are you guys silly? ... CLASS TRIAL… It's dumb, and I hate it. I get they were trying to tie back to the original game with Jack, but there was a lot more context to that, and more nuance to the character. Monokuma basically says “Either someone commits a murder or you all die”. My main problem with most DR2 Trials is either that they are too easy, or too hard. First we need to “solve” the arcade cabinet murder… but why? But “AI Junko”... Yeah. But uh.. that's kinda it. It's sort of stupid. I can't relate to being brainwashed by a robot bear, and I’d wager that's the case for most people. Danganronpa 10-Year Anniversary Release: Part 2! The very first trial somehow takes the cake here as the best trial in Danganronpa V3. Now the solvability, which is where my issue comes in. The victim was targeted by a mark...? I actually really do like the second motive, which is Peko’s. That semitransparent glob was probably... What did the killer use to hide her body? I should already know what the answer is. “Ultimate Detective”, “Ultimate Gymnast”, “Ultimate Writer”, all of these are normal, everyday talents that anyone could have. IT LITERALLY DOES NOT CHANGE THAT SHE KILLED SOMEONE. Now I do like the story elements… Sort of. The thing the killer did to the remaining monitor was... Something else the killer did to make the music venue look like the conference room...it's gotta be *that*. These students are just particularly gifted in that field. Genres : Action, Adventure Blood, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Violence Heading into our FIRST TRIAL!! And even more so when you and Akane discover the window thing. In practice it's… Just… Okay..? The killer did one other thing to hide the domino effect, and it doesn't necessarily need to be visual. Killing Nekomaru feels kind of cheap, and the only reason he dies is… Because the game wanted him to. And, as usual, Spoilers for DR2, and potentially the rest of the series. The class trial starts after a murder has occurred. This is a guide that has all the answers for every class trial in the game. It relies so heavily on the game spoon-feeding you the answers after you hit a trial. So basically you get half the puzzle pieces and get to sit and watch as Nagito puts together the same puzzle, except he has ALL the pieces. #Danganronpa 2: Goodbye despair! ... Chapter 2 Trial Chapter 3 Trial Chapter 4 Trial Chapter 5 Trial Chapter 6 Trial Comments. Thankfully there is some story significance. And we could easily say “There were two Kuzuyru’s listed and one is the victim” and be done! That said, the investigation is fun, and Nagito going berserko mode keeps the trial interesting. This page serves as an overview and guide to Class Trials in Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. Monokuma NEVER does anything without an ulterior motive, and I thought Nagito was smart enough to see that. This is topped off by seeing the survivors of the first game close out Danganronpa 2 as an amazing call back, and a nod for more to come. And honestly because of this we get like no investigation time. To keep the story moving, we've produced this guide - a complete explanation of chapter 2's Class Trial 2, but spoiler-free. A mini-game only available in Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. The trial just draaaaaaags man. The motive and execution are both great, but the trial itself is meh. So it quickly becomes “Teruteru or Nagito” and given all the information you can easily rule Nagito out. We don't need to place who girls A through X54 are. Also I think the execution is probably my favorite in all three games. So for example, you think the video was showing the club, and there's no way Mikan could have been there. But the rest of it is incredible and thought provoking. The debate takes place in a courtroom setting, and consists of … #Danganronpa 2: Goodbye despair! The debate takes place in a courtroom setting, and consists of several debate phases and minigames. In actuality, there's an important shared point with Girl E and Mahiru's murder... Hm...the only place I can think of where Hiyoko was hiding is probably *that* place, right? Teruteru wants to “protect” everyone from Nagito. See the Class Trials main page for a more general overview of Class Trials throughout all Danganronpa games. Also him dying to save Nagito both fucks us over because the insane freak is still alive, but also… He didn't know that. Until trial 5. Who the Future Foundation is, are they good or evil, the virtual world, all solvable. So...what was Nekomaru's cause of death that also utilized the building's structure...? Get ready for THE SHOOKENING!!! But honestly this is the least of my issues with the arcade game. Given all the information it basically boils down to “Only Teruteru, Peko or Nagito could have done it” and Peko is quickly ruled out. Also WE DON’T NEED TO PROVE PEKO ISN’T A SERIAL KILLER. So basically we talk in a circle for an hour until Chiaki goes “Guys. Aside from Non-Stop Debate and Closing Argument, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair has 4 major minigames: Improved Hangman's Gambit, Panic Talk Action, Rebuttal Showdown and Logic Dive: Danganronpa Wikia is a FANDOM Games Community. We get a Zero Escape puzzle with no payoff, and then the most bland trial ever where it's just Nagito putting everything together as everyone else watches him do it Clockwork Orange style. And the trial is fun until you get to the “who actually killed Nagito” part. I think the issue is that what most people want in these trials is something I DON’T want. Hanging Ibuki, and killing Hiyoko (hell yeah!) That's right lads and lassies. Cody Perez Wednesday, September 27, 2017. It was the only time I felt like I was going detective mode, which is a shame because I almost always felt that way in THH, And often in V3. Story: Does the “plot” of the trial work? Again, it's just too easy. Ranking the Danganronpa 2 Trials! Increases Influence Gauge recovery when correct answers are chosen, Decreases the delay between firing Truth Bullets or Truth Blades, Decreases an argument to three statements or less, Increases the speed of memorizing a statement, During concentration, automatically targets weak spot, Reduces damage to the Influence Gauge when you miss, Focus Gauge decreases more slowly during concentration and Fever Time, The Influence Gauge recovers during concentration and Fever Time, Increases damage when a statement is destroyed, Makes it easier to push the opponent back during Blade Lock, Increases the amount of Monocoins obtained in School Life and Class Trials. Similarly, Mikan locks the door after revealing Hiyoko, who you previously thought was somewhere else. I should be able to explain that now. It is a little on the easy side but it's not too bad. Which is why it's above trial 4. There are two motives and I don't like how one is presented. Solvability: Is it too hard or easy to solve? Besides the spear, what else was above Nagito? Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is the sequel to the mystery adventure game Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. I already know...how I can be saved...? Danganronpa 1・2 Reload, a PS Vita version was later released alongside Goodbye Despair in Japan on October 10, 2013, and worldwide on September 2, 2014. I don't really care all that much about the ending for the DR2 Cast because it's basically a reset to 0. Right now, the only person I can think of is that guy. The description of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition. And because of this mark, the killer was able to get the knife from under the table into his hands. Mikan is a bit of a foreshadowing of the whole Remnants of Despair thing. If Nagito really brought poison to the warehouse, then the thing that would've been left behind is... What kind of container did Nagito put the poison in? Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is a visual novel adventure game developed by Spike Chunsoft.It is the second game in the Danganronpa franchise, following 2010's Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc.It was first released in Japan for the PlayStation Portable in July 2012, with a port released for the PlayStation Vita in Japan in October 2013, and worldwide by NIS America in September 2014. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Wiki Guide. Um... Something related to Nagito's death... A piece of evidence that even he couldn't mess with... What's suspicious about the Monokuma File? Doesn't it clearly contradict that other evidence? The proof that the burnt rope on Nagito's right arm is a trap... What was Nagito's left hand doing when the blood splattered...? I just need to throw that question at him! The fake Makoto, everyone giving up, and especially Junko explaining her overly complex and really stupid plan about 30 times gets really boring. Yes, there's only one thing he could've used to block the blood splatter... Where did the killer hide during the murder? Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. Mondo would have lost everything if he had managed to make it out after his secret was revealed. Danganronpa 2 is finally available on smartphones! But the more I think about it the more I hate it. He's definitely talking about that, right? (I’m not really counting the book Nagito finds because the game itself sort of brushes that off as unimportant for the overall story.). It’s totally doable, but hard to do. 2 . To simplify things, I listed out what needs to be done in the locations below to process the story. Last time I got… Well… No real feedback from anyone which was kind of disappointing. Also the execution is… Dumb. He takes an early leadership role and his death was necessary to put the game back into a more chaotic state. Disagree? This trial completely changes Fuyuhiko as a character and we start getting his input and help in future cases. He was just trying to protect someone he saw as innocent. More pieces means more difficulty, but the puzzle can still be solved. Gundham kills him because he's the most easily accessible. That said I HATE what they did to Junko. The students debate amongst themselves, using evidence collected during the investigation phase, to determine the culprit in each chapter. Firstly let's look at the motive. Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls, Dosya:Kyoko Kirigiri Pixel for Guide Improve.gif, Dosya:Danganronpa 2 CG - Monokuma explaining the Class Trial.png, https://danganronpa.fandom.com/tr/wiki/Class_Trials/Danganronpa_2?oldid=1824. Class Trials are the final act of each chapter in Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. Everyone (except the best character) lives, they are still trapped on an island with Nagito, and they can't leave. These parts just aren't super obvious. For Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair on the PlayStation Vita, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Help with Chapter 3's Trial (spoilers)". Seeing virtual Hopes Peak and all that. Really lead to a pretty solid case, and both killings made sense. The debate takes place in a courtroom setting, and consists of several debate phases and minigames. Trial 6 is the greatest trial in the whole series IMO, with only DR1’s Trial 6 even coming close. A playthrough of the Class Trial in Chapter 2 of Danganronpa V3 on Playstation 4. What...doesn't make sense in this picture...? During the class trial, you will debate the surviving students to uncover the truth behind the incident and identify the true killer. The Monokuma movie is… Whatever. It isn't just handed to you easily, but you do have all the necessary parts to put it all together. Sonia's words contain a clue that the contents of a fire grenade were swapped with the poison. But honestly her having that reveal kind of gets brushed off, which is one of my major issues with DR2. Before the class trial starts, you can prepare by assigning skills that you think will be useful during the trial. Imagine you have a 1,000 piece puzzle you're putting together and someone comes along and does it for you. Except instead of one piece being missing, half the puzzle is, and the pieces are then supplied later and put in place for you. I know a lot of people absolutely adore this trial and I… Well… Don't. Hifumi wanted to protect someone he cares about...sort of… All of these make sense for murder motives, and touch people on a deeply emotional level. Any time something comes up that isn't immediately concerning the characters go “Meh. It takes all the fun away when I can't solve the mystery for myself because I lack basically all of the relevant information until the trial starts. And when she gets back to civilization what is she gonna do? In THH mostly all of the motives were “human”. Even Makoto’s “luck” only explains why he's at Hope’s Peak. #Danganronpa 2 Full Playthrough from the beginning! The students debate amongst themselves, using evidence collected during the investigation phase, to determine the culprit in each chapter. And because of that both the investigation and trial are incredibly engaging. The investigation is pretty solid though. I dunno. Class Trials (学級裁判 GakkyÅ« saiban) are the final act of each chapter of the main Danganronpa games. But we’ll start with my major issue. That's it. Now, the investigation is sort of fun. And honestly I think this one is the best in terms of solvability. How? Survive the evolution of the psycho-tropical class trials within the typhoon of madness, doubt, and suspicion! While I don't like Monokuma’s whole “You have so many days to kill” thing, I do like that that isn't really the motive for Kaede. So this time my 1,000 piece puzzle has 800 pieces instead of 500. It just didn't work. My issue with this is how it's presented. I know this is gonna piss a lot of people off, but honestly there are just some things I can't overlook in this game’s trials. It irritates me because there is no feasible way for the player to solve this case on their own. We knew why she tried to kill Leon, and in the heat of the moment Leon killing her makes sense. DanganRonpa 2: Goodbye Despair. Yada yada same thing. The debate takes place in a courtroom setting, and consists of … Alright. Then why...why weren't there any footprints on the...? Of course, there's no way they used the desk lamp's light. The stupid arcade game is so dumb. The students debate amongst themselves, using evidence collected during the investigation phase, to determine the culprit in each chapter. Once the water bottles are noted, it becomes obvious that Peko did it. “You’ll all starve to death” is not at all like that. There's only one person who always had a camera with them. The students debate amongst themselves, using evidence collected during the investigation phase, to determine the culprit in each chapter. And is it important overall? Now for this I’m coupling the murder with the solvability because they go hand in hand. I dunno. Killed: Ryoma Hoshi Motive: Motive videos (reminiscent of 1st trial in Trigger Happy Havoc) Monokuma: Ahem! Let's start with the motive. Let me know. Her plan is to take over every person alive. Chapter 3 Trial! Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is the sequel to the mystery adventure game Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. And only the second half of that is really important. But I love the murders. She feels she needs to protect Fuyuhiko, both because she owes a debt to the Kuzuyru clan, and because, as we learn later, she loves Fuyuhiko. She has like a fourth of a plan, and an end goal. My problem with this is that yes, we are shown that his “luck” is more than just a talent. As such I actually don't mind the murder. And it sucks because on paper I love this trial. It's not as bad as Mondo’s, but it's close. Chapter 6 - This is the End, Goodbye Academy of Despair. I’ve said this before, but the Ultimate Talents should be limited to realistic things. But it also isn't. So the trial is less about solving who killed Nagito and more about finding the traitor, which we don't really have the pieces for. Now the DR2 Motives tend to disappoint me, honestly. It's me”. I know this is gonna be a hot take because people hate this trial for… Some… Reason..? The trial ends when the culprit - known as the "Blackened" - is uncovered, and ultimately executed. Story The place befitting of the name, "Octagon"...? Vote correctly, and only the blackened will be punished. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is the sequel to the mystery adventure game Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. ... Class Trial - It is wise to read through tutorial on each mini game - hold space to slow down the time so you can aim your crosshair easier - Use mousewheel or Q to cycle through the specific Truth Bullet - Shoot the yellow words It's lame. Someone solving them for you, or them being unsolvable. The students debate amongst themselves, using evidence collected during the investigation phase, to determine the culprit in each chapter. But I guess he isn't. Also the stupid Shining Princess Glitter Sparkle or whatever thing was really dumb. You already know that. The issue with AI Junko is that she sort of just… Let things progress..? The person who set the warehouse fire was...? Next would probably be Trial 1 because I enjoyed the trial itself and the motive just fine, but I honestly never cared about either the victim or killer. But the trial is just… So tedious. And worse yet, it has basically no plot bearing. Well, there’s my write up. (Warning: Long). Mahiru was going to die regardless, but Peko killing out of a sense of duty is better than Fuyuhiko killing out of a sense of Anger. Which part of the surveillance camera unit, What did the killer do with the camera from. That's right... Byakuya probably knew there was a possibility that a murder would occur…. The knife was hidden in the dining hall before the party even started. But this time there's no murder accompanying it, and no real built up stakes. And honestly so is the murder. Ibuki was an easy target for Mikan, and Hiyoko happened to stumble onto the crime. She doesn't feel like she's actually present for much of the game, even as Monokuma, and her only real reason for any of this to happen is to take over everyone's body which is like, a fourth of a plan. I prefer my villains to be competent, but not omnipotent. What was the "mark"...? The Future Foundation's other observer... That has to be referring to *that* person. The person who prepared the poisoned fire grenade was...? I guess I just don't like the idea of people being turned into food. Aaaanyway, let us begin with what I think is the worst trial in Danganronpa 2… And I know it's gonna be a doozie. The story implications… Are sort of there. The problem is that BOTH are how this trial works. And that's what I want. I’ve often compared these trials to a puzzle. Top Contributors: David Lee, Manganime33, Jeff Scott + more. Now let's start with the motive. We have Fuyuhiko’s motive, which is to get back at Mahiru for being an accessory to a crime in his sister’s death. The second game fixes a LOT of the first one’s problems. We learn Chiaki is the “traitor” and she works for the Future Foundation. The motive is stupid. Also a bit of a pace change. Trial 2 comes next for me. Who cares?”. Like I don't hate it. Also I both love and hate the execution. 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