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Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (PS4)
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- Third Person Shooter Action Sequences
- Riddles and Puzzles
- Tons of Different Types of Ammo
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Komaru Naegi, little sister to Makoto Naegi, has been imprisoned inside a mysterious apartment for over a year. One day, she is rescued by Byakuya Togami of Future Foundation, but the rescue is derailed by a sudden attack of hundreds of Monokumas. Komaru soon discovers that the city has been taken over by a group of children calling themselves the Warriors of Hope. Their leader, Monaca, declares that the city will be the site of a "children's paradise," and to accomplish this, all the adults will be exterminated. Komaru teams up with Toko Fukawa to try to survive the rampaging Monokumas, escape the crafty Monokuma Kids, and uncover the secrets of the city.
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For this series, you follow both Komaru Naegi (Sister of Makoto) and Toko Fukawa's alter ego to overcome the Warriors of Hope.
Getting to know both characters and their very unusual chemistry along the way. Some supporting characters were very welcoming and you can piece the references to the previous Danganronpa games.
Unlike the previous two, this is certainly no murder mystery game as you already know who The Warriors of Hope are to start with, therefore you'd call it a "forced" survival game.
However, NIS's new third person gameplay style was very ambitious and somewhat welcoming, it did pose minor camera and control issues.
One major issue I had during this was their was no manual shooting. If you aim the enemy you intend to shoot, it'll aim automatically at a different enemy you didn't want to aim which can affect the gameplay when encountering multiple enemies.
When progressing throughout the game, certain rooms does become a chore than a true problem solving puzzle.
Overall, the story helmed well, but I felt the gameplay style was their weakest and could've been brushed up smoothly.
Nevertheless, with V3 Harmony on the horizon; I still have confidence NIS America will knock that out of the park.
While I enjoyed the story, a lot of the characters (sans Servant and a few of the WoH) fell really flat and just had little to no redeemable traits that made me think, "I could come to love this character if..." and that was a disappointment but, knowing Kodaka, that was probably exactly what he was aiming for.
When it comes to the main character, Komaru Naegi, I found her constant beaten attitude to get tiresome very quickly and often found myself getting annoyed at her whenever she spoke, but at the same time I enjoyed how human she was, and realisticly so. As the game gets closer to the end, she does have some good character devolpment that the DEV team even had her run more confidantly as opposed to her running meekly and fIlled with fear and uncertainty.
The camera angle can take a bit of getting use to, but the game is a good edition to the series but has its flaws, as many games will always have no matter what. I say give the game a go, but if it's not your type of game, don't.