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Cyber Danganronpa VR The Class Trial (known in Japan as Saibā Danganronpa VR Gakkyū Saiban, サイバーダンガンロンパシリーズVRクラストライアル) is a virtual reality demo of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, where players take part in a class trial similar to those in the original games. Players use "truth bullets" to counter arguments from their classmates.
Back in July 2015 in the Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong 2015 event Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong announced “Cyber Danganronpa VR Class Trial”, a technology demo for Sony’s Project Morpheus Virtual Reality headset.
In October 2016 they officially released the demo in Japan and China for PlayStation 4. PEGI rated the game in Europe on Feburary 2, 2017. Spike Chunsoft announced one day after the release that they are working in bringing the game to the west. Spike Chunsoft revealed in their press conference that they will release the game in North America on March 7, 2017 and Europe on March 10, 2017.
Danganronpa VR takes players into a first-person version of Danganronpa's famous class trial gameplay segments, but with 3D models of the characters. Just like the first two games, you must figure out who among the class of students in the trial is guilty of murder. To start the game the player needs to turn their head toward the character who testified, and press a button on the DualShock 4 controller. At the end of the demo Monokuma stops the Trial and then punishes Makoto Naegi in first person experience.
|Voiced By:||Nobuyo Ōyama||Brian Beacock|
|The main antagonist of the story and the "Headmaster" of Hope's Peak Academy. He is controlled by the mastermind, and he started and controlled the Killing Game.|
| Makoto Naegi|
|Voiced By:||Megumi Ogata||Bryce Papenbrook|
|The protagonist of the the first game. An ordinary high school student who was accepted to the academy by raffle. Because of this, he was given the title Ultimate Lucky Student (超高校級の「幸運」), however it is frequently speculated to be Bad Luck. Later in the game, he was also given the title Ultimate Hope (超高校級「希望」) due to his talent in constantly staying optimistic.|
| Kyoko Kirigiri|
|Voiced By:||Yōko Hikasa||Erika Harlacher|
|A student that appears to be very mysterious, however she is proven to have a cool head and good reasoning skills. Due to her amnesia, she was not able to inform the player about her title in conversation, and so she was known as the Ultimate ??? (超高校級の「???」), however later she revealed herself as the person who has been given the title Ultimate Detective (超高校級の探偵).|
| Byakuya Togami|
|Voiced By:||Akira Ishida||Jason Wishnov|
|A student known for being the successor of a highly successful family corporation. As a result of this, he appears to be very arrogant and considers himself superior to the other students of the Hope's Peak Academy. He has been given the title Ultimate Affluent Progeny (超高校級の「御曹司」).|
| Toko Fukawa|
|Voiced By:||Megumi Toyoguchi||Amanda Céline Miller|
|A gloomy novelist with a persecution complex. One of her romance novels, “So Lingers The Ocean”, is a huge hit. Despite her young age, she has already won several awards and is constantly on top of the best sellers list. She was given the title Ultimate Writing Prodigy (超高校級の「文学少女」). She also has an alternate personality named Genocide Jack, who is known under the title Ultimate Murderous Fiend (超高校級の「殺人鬼」).|
| Aoi Asahina|
|Voiced By:||Chiwa Saitō||Cassandra Lee Morris|
|A well meaning student who may appear to be quite air-headed at times. She excels in athletic sports, most notably swimming, thereby giving her the title of Ultimate Swimming Pro (超高校級の「スイマー」).|
| Yasuhiro Hagakure|
|Voiced By:||Masaya Matsukaze||Kaiji Tang|
|A very laid back student who takes pride in his skill of fortune telling. He is revealed to be older than all the other students, due to being held-back. When attending the academy, he was given the title Ultimate Clairvoyant (超高校級の「占い師」).|
| Sakura Ogami|
|Voiced By:||Kujira||Jessica Gee-George|
|A fearsome student who is a world class fighter. Her muscular appearance and a deep voice result in her being mistaken as a man often, and so she is nicknamed The Ogre. She bears the title Ultimate Martial Artist (超高校級の「格闘家」).|
- The demo, in both the English and Japanese versions, exclusively recycled dialogue from the Chapter 4 Class Trial of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, with the exception of one line in which Monokuma interrupts the gameplay during the Class Trial:
- In the Japanese version of Cyber Danganronpa VR, the game re-uses a recording from the end of the Japanese-exclusive Trial Version of Danganronpa 1, in which Monokuma says "Hold it right there! That's as far as I can let you go. Because, I mean... this is just the demo!"
- In the English version of Cyber Danganronpa VR, because there was no English version of the Danganronpa 1 demo, Brian Beacock recorded a translated version of this line, which says "Hold on just a second! I can't let you go on any further... because this is just a demo!", making it the only non-archival line within Cyber Danganronpa VR.
- This is the third time Monokuma's 3D model was used (Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair and Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls). While this is the second time Byakuya and Toko's 3D models were used.
- This marks Aoi and Kyoko's debut with 3D models.
- Official Site
- Official English Website
- Official English Website (Europe)
- Official English Website (Hong Kong)
|Console Games||Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair • Danganronpa 1.2 Reload • Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony|
|Other Games||Cyber Danganronpa VR The Class Trial • Danganronpa: Unlimited Battle • Danganronpa: Monokuma no Gyakushū • Alter Ego (App) • Kirigiri Sou|
|Betas & Demos||DISTRUST • Danganronpa 1 (Trial Version) • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (Demo Version)|