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Heaven, please sing for me a song of elves…
Disclaimer: The following review contains screenshots depicting blood, gore, and mutilation. Reader discretion is advised. This post is Not Safe For Work.
A tale of moe burgers and mentally retarded sex slaves.
Upon hearing the news that the overarching story of the Danganronpa series would be concluded in the form of an anime series instead of a third installment, I was more than a little confused, but understanding. There are a lot of loose ends to tie up, and if it were to serve as a conclusion, a third Danganronpa game would probably be constrained if it were presented in the format established in the two mainline entries, and Spike Chunsoft presumably did not want to change the game’s very foundation for a sequel. I previously reviewed Danganronpa 1, Danganronpa 2, and the spin-off Ultra Despair Girls, and will be spoiling all of them, as it is hard not to when talking about the story of a direct sequel. Continue reading