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Danganronpa (ダンガンロンパ) is a series of games and light novels developed and published by Spike. Two games has been published until yet, the first game released for PSP on November 25, 2010 exclusively for Japan. It was entitled Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (ダンガンロンパ 希望の学園と絶望の高校生, lit. Danganronpa: Academy of Hope and High School Students of Despair). The game revolves around students who masters a certain ability on the "Ultimate" level, and with this, they are brought to the Hope's Peak Academy. However, the students soon realize that they are trapped inside, isolated from the outside world and are forced into a life of mutual killings by a sadistic bear, Monokuma.

In 2011 on February 14, the soundtrack to the game was released. It had a total of 63 tracks on two separate discs, all of the music composed by Masafumi Takada.

A light novel has also been released by Seikaisha's FICTIONS named Danganronpa/Zero (up) (ダンガンロンパ/ゼロ(上)) which is based on the game. A sequel was released to the light novel on October 14, 2011 under the title Danganronpa/Zero (down) (ダンガンロンパ/ゼロ(下)). The two novels were written by Kodaka Kazutaka and illustrated by Komatsuzaki Rui.

Later, a sequel to the game was released on July 26, 2012 named Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (スーパーダンガンロンパ2 さよなら絶望学園, lit. Super Danganronpa 2: Farewell Despair Academy). A soundtrack was released as well on August 31, 2012 which had a total of 103 tracks, which was composed by the same artist that had composed the music of the first soundtrack, Masafumi Takada.

In 2013, an anime adaptation was announced called Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc - The Animation.

On March 4, 2015, Kodaka Kazutaka confirmed Danganronpa 3 is in the works, but still in a very early stage. Kazutaka said that the scenario wasn't written yet. Although it's possible that Danganronpa 3 could play out in a similar fashion to its predecessors, Kazutaka said fans have been vocal about wanting something different. That includes ditching a new story and focusing on the series' overall narrative. "It's pretty much split in the middle in Japan," Kazutaka said. "Half of them want to continue with (a) small group and what happens within there, and the other half wants more of the bigger story."

On September 25, 2014 in Japan, a spin-off game based around the series was released titled Zettai Zetsubou Shoujo - Danganronpa Another Episode. Information and game play footage was first released at the Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia Conference on September 9th 2013[1].

The game was confirmed for a western release at NIS America's February 19th press event under the title "Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls". The localized game will release somewhere in fall and the western release will include both Japanese and English audio.

In July 2016, an upcoming tv anime series sequel to Danganronpa 2Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy (ダンガンロンパ3 –The End of 希望ヶ峰学園–) will start airing and will divided into two volumes. The first is the Future Volume, tells the story after the events of Danganronpa 2 with the previous protagonist of DanganronpaMakoto Naegi and the other survivor of the Killing Game as the main characters. The second one is the Despair Volume, tells the story before the events of Danganronpa 2, with the Remnants of Despair as the main characters.

A new visual-novel game, New Danganronpa V3: Everyone's New Semester of Killing (NEWダンガンロンパV3 みんなのコロシアイ新学期 New Danganronpa V3: Minna no Koroshiai Shin Gakki) will also release sometimes in 2016 in Japan, developed by Spike Chunsoft. It's the third main title in the game series and it's both a sequel and something new for the series.

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