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Monday, August 28th, 2017

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School might not quite be in session, but NIS America decided to give everyone a sneak peek of Danganronpa V3 and of course, we play through the demo to see what’s inside.

On Friday, NIS America released the demo for Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony on the PlayStation Store. Having played a demo of the game at E3 and curious if this was the same one, I downloaded the demo and decided to record the experience for you all to see and to give my own thoughts on it. Turns out that yes, this is the same demo I played several months back, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing as you can all try it for yourself!

For those of you who’d like to see my own thoughts on the demo, I’ve broken the demo down into three parts which I’ve included below.


In this first part, I introduce the demo as well as give a brief explanation as to what Danganronpa is before we wander around the school meeting the new group of Ultimates… as well as Makoto and Hajime from the first two games.


In the second part, we delve into the meat of the demo as we try to figure out how Yasuhiro Hagakure got killed and who did it.


Finally, in this last part, we start the “Class Trial” which will determine all our fates. Will we figure out who the murder is or are we all doomed? Also at the end of the video, I give my opinion of the demo as a whole.


Hope you enjoy the playthrough and if the game seems interesting, remember that Danganronpa V3Killing Harmony will launch on the PlayStation 4 and Steam on September 26. If you’d like some information on other entries in the franchise, check out our reviews for Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (PS Vita), Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (PS Vita), Ultra Despair Girls: Danganronpa Another Episode (PS Vita) (PlayStation 4), and Danganronpa Reload 1-2 (PlayStation 4).

If you’d like to see more content like this or even perhaps a playthrough of the other Danganronpa games, let us know in the comments.

Thanks for watching!

About Benny Carrillo

A gamer since the days of the NES, this professional otaku adores Mega Man, Super Robot Wars, Yuri, Visual Novels, the Slice of Life anime genre, and of course Hyperdimension Neptunia. His mission on oprainfall is to help deliver the news straight to you.