Because it’s gonna be a robot! Every year I try and make one BIG cosplay build. 2014 was Rocket Raccoon, 2015/16 was Ratchet and Clank (though I actually 3-d printed a new Clank this past summer). 2017 is the year of my best boi, K1-b0 (or Kiibo, or Keebo... don’t ask) from Danganronpa v3.
I’ve been absent from writing as a hobby lately but I can never pass up a TAY Theme Week. So since we are here I’m going to share a few of the video game and anime worlds I have explored.
So let me tell you about a little game series called Danganronpa, and how much of a complete pain in the rear it is to actually enjoy it.
Last year, a group of Philly-area cosplayers and streamers raised several hundred dollars for Child’s Play by playing Ratchet and Clank… as Ratchet and Clank (and Nefarious).
The continuation and conclusion to the Danganronpa games and anime, as well as the end of the Hope’s Peak Academy saga. This is the final battle between Hope and Despair.
This is obviously an opinion, so I won’t address that anymore, but Danganronpa 3 is hands down the best anime of not only this season. The character design is great, the animation work solid, the soundtrack brings chills down my spine, the writing is intelligent, the story is great and the unique format of bringing a…
Disclaimer: This post probably will contain spoilers for all of the Danganronpa properties so be warned about that right now before you continue reading.
Yesterday, the first Episode of the Future arc of Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope’s Peak Academy aired in Japan. What’s up with all those terms? Well, as you may know, the first two parts of Danganronpa are visual novels. Plot twist: The third game is not a game, but an anime.
In an unsurprising twist, I’m having slight anxiety playing Danganronpa 2.
As we already know, the upcoming Danganronpa V3 for PS4 and PS Vita will not continue the events and characters of Danganronpa 1 and 2. That may be because of the fact, the Danganronpas universe doesn’t allow another setup for a game with court trials, but instead spawned an action game.
I’ve shot my share of truth bullets in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. I’ve bid my farewells to Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. When the third entry hits Western shores, you can be sure I’ll be adding that to my collection. Dozens upon dozens of hours I’ve poured into the wacky whodunit adventure games, and I’d…
Reviewing the last game gave me the inspiration to finally play the sequel, and boy am I glad I did.
DanganRonpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls is the third game in the DanganRonpa series. However, unlike the first two games, Another Episode takes a departure from the usual visual novel gameplay and instead is a more action-oriented third person shooter starring Komaru Naegi. So how does it fair against…
Uh, I got nothing. Pretend this is a quippy and humorous remark about the rising prevalence of high-schooler-on-high-schooler violence in entertainment, with clever references to things like Battle Royale and The Hunger Games. After all, levity is important every now and again. So, now that we’re all mentally limbered…
There’s a new Danganronpa coming out soon, and that’s a good thing. The visual novel-style games are some of the best in their genre. This time around, however, the series is taking on the third-person-shooter genre, and the results are impressive. TAY has obtained exclusive video showcasing the new game in action.
Well colour me surprised this is one I wasn’t expecting. Tri-Ace seems to be at it again with another countdown site teasing a new game much like the teaser that eventually resulted in Star Ocean 5. This time with Spike Chunsoft the creators of the Danganronpa, Zero Escape games, as well as many more Visual Novels and…
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Hello all! Last week, I wrote about a simple side-scroller that wasn't so simple at all.
If you haven't got enough fill of the killing game, despair not, Dangan Ronpa 2: Goodbye Despair will hopefully alleviate that itch. Danganronpa 2, the sequel to one of the highest rated Vita game Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc, takes place after the events of the first game.