Damn, that was quick.
Here’s Part 20 of my playthrough of “Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc.”
“Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc” casts players in the role of Makoto Naegi, a student of Hope’s Peak Academy, who finds himself trapped in a game of mutual killing among his students. Gameplay is similar in style to the “Ace Attorney” series, revolving around investigation and finding contradictions, albeit with an emphasis on faster gameplay. Each chapter of the game features two styles of gameplay; School Life, in which the player explores the academy and progresses through the story, and the Class Trials, where the player must deduce the culprit of a crime.
During School Life, the player can explore the school grounds in first-person perspective, with more areas of the academy becoming available as the game progresses. Whilst in one of the various rooms, players move a crosshair cursor which is used to initiate conversations with characters or examine parts of the environment. Examining certain objects yields Monokuma Medals, which can be used in a capsule machine in the school shop to unlock presents. School Life is divided into two sections; “Daily Life” and “Deadly Life”. In the Daily Life sections, players converse with various characters and move the plot along. Certain comments can be ‘reacted’ to reveal new information. In designated ‘Free Time’ segments, players can choose to hang out with specific characters and give them presents, which in turn reveals more information about them and unlocks various Skills that can be used in the Class Trials. When a crime scene is discovered, the game shifts to the Deadly Life section, in which the player must search for clues throughout the academy. Evidence and testimonies gathered are stored in the player’s e-Handbook, where players can also save their game. When all possible evidence is located, the game moves on to the Class Trial. Prior to a Class Trial, players can assign any Skills they have unlocked, which can assist them during gameplay.
This will be a full playthrough on the PC system with a review at the end.
Link to the playlist: http://tinyurl.com/z2u7f83