Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony - Anniversary Edition
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Critic Reviews for Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony - Anniversary Edition
It's difficult to get across exactly why Danganronpa V3 is so good without spoiling vast swathes of it, so we'll keep it simple. You'll come into the game baffled as to what the writers were thinking with some of these characters, and walk away loving each and every one of them. There isn't a single moment of slack throughout the whole 40-hour playtime, it has the most extensive post-game of any title in the series, and one of the best endings to any game ever made. Go in blind and we promise you'll be in for the ride of your life.
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is the definitive proof of the consistency Spike Chunsoft has shown during the main trilogy of the franchise. The quality leap from Goodbye Despair isn't as high as the one there was in the first two entries — in fact, I felt GD was the best of the three —, but it's a conclusion that hangs onto the Danganronpa identity while having its own personality. The recurrent issues of the Switch port and small barriers of the pacing don't hold back the quality enough for this final chapter to be subpar to its predecessors. A strong metanarrative, with frequent references and fourth-wall breaking, can make Danganronpa's humor maybe a little too bold, but it's undeniably done a great job at ending Monokuma's foolishness — if it'll be the actual ending remains to be seen.
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