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The Class Trials are the main section of the game, in which the students must discuss amongst themselves who the culprit is.
With the exception of occasions where the player must answer a multiple choice question or present a piece of evidence, Class Trials consist of four main styles of gameplay: Nonstop Debate, Hangman's Gambit, Bullet Time Battle and Closing Argument.
The most common of these is the Nonstop Debate, where characters will automatically discuss their thoughts on the case, with potential 'weak points' highlighted in yellow.
During these sections, the player is armed with "Truth Bullets", metaphorical bullets containing evidence relevant to the discussion.
In order to break the debate, the player must find a lie or contradiction amongst the weak points and shoot it with a bullet containing the evidence that contradicts it.
Players can also silence disruptive purple chatter to earn extra time and utilise a Concentration meter to slow down the conversation and make shots more easily.
These sections become more difficult as the game progresses and more possible weak points are added, with later trials occasionally requiring the player to use one remark as ammunition against another.
Hangman's Gambit is a shooting puzzle section in which the player must shoot down specific letters that spell out a clue. Bullet Time Battle is a one-on-one debate against another student featuring rhythm style gameplay.
As the opponent makes remarks, the player must press buttons in time to the beat to lock onto the remarks and shoot them down.
Finally, Closing Argument is a puzzle in which players piece together a comic strip depicting how a crime went down. The players Influence amongst the other students is represented by hearts, which is reduced whenever the player makes errors in shooting contradictions or presenting evidence and is slightly replenished when correct evidence is presented.
The game ends if the player loses all of their Influence, or if they run out of time during a segment. At the end of a trial, players are ranked on their performance, with additional Monokuma Medals awarded for high ranks.
The PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4, and PC version features an exclusive School Life mode, based on the Island Mode introduced in Danganronpa 2 , which is unlocked after clearing the game once.
In this 'What If? Each day, the player assigns students to scavenge rooms for necessary materials needed to build each concept, keep the school clean, or rest up to recover energy.
During Free Time, players can either hang out with the other students to unlock skills, just like in the main game or use Trip Tickets earned from completed concepts to take them on trips.
The Vita version also features high-resolution graphics and optional touchscreen controls. Super High School Level of the highest caliber in various fields each year.
A sadistic, remote-controlled bear named Monokuma appears before them, telling them they will be imprisoned in the academy for the rest of their lives, and that they will be put to death if they violate any of the school's rules, demonstrated by killing fashionista Junko Enoshima when she attacks him.
He states that there is only one way that a student can leave the academy: murder another student and avoid being identified as the culprit.
If they are found out, the murderer will be violently executed; if the class identifies the wrong student as the murderer, they will all be killed and the real murderer will be allowed to "graduate".
Makoto frequently takes the role of arbiter of the trial, providing most of the logical insights. Makoto receives assistance from Kyoko Kirigiri, a mysterious and distant girl with no recollection of her past, but possessing keen observational and deductive skills.
In addition, prior to each murder, Monokuma provides the students "motives" to commit a murder, such as implying harm to their friends and families, threatening to reveal embarrassing secrets if no one commits a murder, and offering a massive cash reward to the next murderer.
Several murders are committed in the game's first four chapters: Makoto's former classmate and pop star Sayaka is murdered by baseball star Leon after her plans to murder her would-be killer and frame Makoto for it failed; Chihiro, a cross-dressing male programmer, was murdered out of envy by Mondo, an ex-biker gang leader; Celeste, a gambling expert, manipulates Hifumi, a fanfiction writer, into killing Kiyotaka, a member of the morals committee, over their shared jealousy of Alter Ego an artificial intelligence created by Chihiro based on his and Mondo's brainwaves and memories before she kills the writer; and Sakura, a martial artist, commits suicide in the interest of saving her friends, but a suicide note forged by Monokuma left at the scene misleads the remaining students into thinking that the suicide was a response to the stress of events.
In the first 3 cases, the culprits are all exposed and executed, and in the fourth case the truth of the suicide is revealed, and Alter Ego is executed in Sakura's place after Makoto and Kyoko had uploaded them into the school's computer network in an attempt to discover the mastermind's indenture.
In the penultimate chapter, it becomes clear to the player that the mastermind, the person controlling Monokuma, committed the final murder. The only possible culprits from the surviving students are Makoto and Kyoko.
A bad ending occurs if Makoto presents evidence that could potentially implicate Kyoko as the killer; she is executed while Makoto and the remaining students are forced to live out the rest of their lives trapped in the Academy, eventually having children with Olympic swimmer Aoi Asahina.
In the true and canon ending, Makoto places his faith in Kyoko and withholds the evidence, and the other students vote him guilty, a verdict declared correct by Monokuma.
However, during Makoto's execution, he is saved by a remnant of Alter Ego. Future Arc - Hahnenkampf.
Future Arc - Du bist der Grund wieso ich sterbe. Future Arc - Tot Zerstoerung Verzweiflung. Future Arc - Alle guten Dinge.
Töten oder getötet werden - Kill or Live: Not Normal Arc. Folge 3. Der Strafprozess beginnt - Kill or Live: Not Normal Arc.
Folge 4. Das Spiel beginnt erneut - Weekly Shounen Despair Magazine: Not Normal Arc. Folge 5. Believing that Monaca is involved, Byakuya gets in contact with Toko Fukawa and Makoto's sister Komaru in Towa City to gain their assistance.
Receiving help from the former Warriors of Hope, Komaru and Toko, along with the latter's psychotic alter-ego Genocider Sho, make their way to Monaca's hideout.
After arriving at the scene and surviving an explosion, the girls discover Monaca has suddenly given up on despair, revealing that, outside of killing Miaya and replacing her with a robot, she is not the mastermind behind the new killing game.
Leaving behind some disturbing words about Makoto, Monaca decides to launch herself into space to become a NEET, with Komaru preventing Toko from pursuing her any further.
Afterwards, Komaru contacts Makoto and Aoi through the Miaya robot, relaying Monaca's warning that one of the original survivors of Hope's Peak Academy's mutual killing game will allegedly die because of Makoto.
The secret exit turns out to be a dead end, with Kyoko deducing the game area is actually somewhere underwater. After destroying the Miaya robot and retrieving a data module containing information on everyone's forbidden actions, Kyosuke suddenly turns against Juzo and kills him.
Meanwhile, Makoto and Aoi meet up with Kyoko and Ryota before the next time limit, during which Ruruka is killed.
Upon waking up, however, Makoto and the others are shocked to discover that Kyoko has died from her forbidden action, which was set to kill her if Makoto survived by the fourth time limit, at which point Kyosuke calls Makoto out.
Realising that Kyoko kept quiet about her forbidden action so that he could keep on living, Makoto leaves Aoi and Ryota with Kyoko as he sets off to confront Kyosuke.
Kyosuke begins hunting Makoto throughout the facility, overcoming every trap that Makoto sets up for him. Using Kyosuke's forbidden action, opening doors, to keep him from killing him and becoming trapped, Makoto tries to talk with Kyosuke, who reveals Kazuo's final message that the attacker isn't merely one person, but in fact all of the Future Foundation members.
Despite hearing this, Makoto states that even if it everyone were Remnants of Despairs, he would still feel glad to have met Kyoko, leading Kyosuke to realise just how much he cared for Chisa.
As Kyosuke loses his will to keep fighting, Aoi appears with Kyoko's notebook, which allegedly reveals who the true attacker is.
More truths are exposed as Makoto and the group take one step closer to ending the game once and for all!