Super Danganronpa 2: Sayonara Zetsubou Gakuen (PlayStation Portable)
|Super Danganronpa 2: Sayonara Zetsubou Gakuen
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|Oh dear, I do believe I have the vapors.
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Such as: Obligatory nude shower scene, and Chiaki's and AI Junko's pantyshots.
Super Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Academy is what happens when Danganronpa goes on a summer vacation.
- 1 Sub-Pages
- 2 Unused Model
- 3 Unused Graphics
- 3.1 Unused Genocide Jill Graphics
- 3.2 Unused Junko Full-Body Sprites
- 3.3 Unused Junko Bust-Up Portraits
- 3.4 Unused Watermark
- 3.5 Unused Climax Icon Placeholders
- 3.6 Cutscene Placeholder
- 3.7 Time Bomb Placeholder
- 3.8 Monokuma File Placeholder
- 3.9 Gallery Mode Placeholder Icon
- 3.10 Island Mode Placeholder
- 3.11 Unused Mugshots
- 4 Unused Class Trials
- 5 Unused Rooms
- 6 Early Character Designs
- 6.1 Hajime Hinata
- 6.2 Nagito Komaeda
- 6.3 Chiaki Nanami
- 6.4 Akane Owari
- 6.5 Nekomaru Nidai
- 6.6 Sonia Nevermind
- 6.7 Kazuichi Soda
- 6.8 Gundham Tanaka
- 6.9 Byakuya Togami
- 6.10 Mahiru Koizumi
- 6.11 Fuyuhiko Kuzuryu
- 6.12 Peko Pekoyama
- 6.13 Mikan Tsumiki
- 6.14 Ibuki Mioda
- 6.15 Hiyoko Saionji
- 6.16 Teruteru Hanamura
- 6.17 Monokuma
- 6.18 Monomi
- 6.19 Monomi (Trial)
- 6.20 Unseen Oddities
| Logic Dive Maps
Let's dive into something unused.
| Danganronpa 1 Leftover 3D Environments
Get nostalgic over Hope's Peak Academy.
| Danganronpa 1 Leftover 2D Assets
Remember how neat Danganronpa 1's UI looked?
| Hidden Sakura Placements
Sakura is always watching from the afterlife.
A model named test_usami_model.gmo, which features running and idling animations. This character seems to originate from the PlayStation Mobile SDK, and based on its name is most likely a placeholder for Monomi in the Magical Girl Miracle ★ Monomi minigame.
Unused Genocide Jill Graphics
Unused Junko Full-Body Sprites
Despite never appearing normally in the game, Junko Enoshima has set of full-body sprites, including ones that are exclusive to this game. Also keep in note that these sprites were meant to be placed far away from the player, hence the heavy compression or small size.
Unused Junko Bust-Up Portraits
Junko also has unused bust-up portraits meant for talking to outside of class trials. This also includes the portraits that were made for this game.
The night texture used for the last island in Chapter 5 has a unused watermark from a site called 123RF Stock Photos. Considering this, it's very likely many other textures used in the game are from this site.
Unused Climax Icon Placeholders
There's five placeholder icons for the Climax Interference minigame, which features Sayaka from the original Danganronpa title.
A versatile placeholder screen for cutscenes. Comes equipped with numbers.
Time Bomb Placeholder
Monokuma File Placeholder
Gallery Mode Placeholder Icon
Island Mode Placeholder
Two test graphics for the "Island Mode" minigame. The image on the left simply details obtaining certain items, or accomplishing certain tasks. The list graphic is intended to scroll vertically in the empty space on the right image. The white text at the top of the right image reads "行動中 / In Progress". This section of the image was replaced with an animation of Monomi flying between Start and Finish goalposts as a timer. The white text on pink background says "早送り / Fast-Forward".
|Cleaned the hotel!
|Recovered a little bit of energy!
These strings repeat in the left graphic three times in a row. "宿をキレイにした！ / Cleaned the hotel!" is slightly different here compared to the final version of the game, where it's written "宿を掃除した". The "体力がすこし回復した！ / Recovered a little bit of energy!" message doesn't appear in the final game, but would have likely been used to show the results of a character resting.
Unused Demo Version Save Icon
The Imposter has a mugshot for class trial discussions that goes unused, presumably meant to be used in the unreleased demo. Additionally, Usami has a mugshot for Nonstop Debates, likely meant for a part of chapter 6 where she appears in the background.
Unused Class Trials
In the model folder, there are PAK files that show which characters appear in every class trial. However, some of these files go unused in the final game.
This class trial has everyone alive, including the Imposter. This is the Class Trial specifically made for the unreleased demo version.
This class trial is a early version of the first class trial, where everyone is using early placeholder art as shown here. This class trial also uses the early stand to show that the Imposter was killed.
This is a debug class trial, meant for testing characters.
This is a leftover class trial that features every student from the original Danganronpa game, including the real Junko.
Early Nagito Corpse Room
In bg_169.pak there's a early unfinished room where you find Nagito corpse in Chapter 5. The corpse in the unused room is a grey doll as a placeholder, along with the stabbed Monokuma doll being 2D instead of 3D.
Early Titty Typhoon Closet
In bg_53.pak there's a early room of the closet in Titty Typhoon in Chapter 3. The placement is slightly different and wall texture is less detailed.
Early Titty Typhoon Main Room Leftovers
Due to reasons with current model viewers, it's rather difficult to properly view this room as everything is separated via it's own files. So for the sake of a less grueling time, we'll cover the unused objects in this room.
Hanging Ibuki Corpse
Laid Down Ibuki Corpse
The Set Where Ibuki Commits Suicide
These eight images depict points of interest that can be selected in a scene. Their in-game versions are each included below for comparison.
A scene from the first game, when Makoto wakes up in an empty classroom.
A scene from the first game, where Makoto first meets his classmates.
A zoomed-in area of the party room after the first murder.
The beach house, after the second murder.
The beach house storage room.
The masked hanging scene at Titty Typhoon.
Outside of Strawberry House and Grape House.
A schematic for Strawberry House and Grape House.
Early Character Designs
These designs are attached to 2D model files. Because of the way the game handles these particular model files, the original images are vertically squished, distorting how the characters should appear. The majority of the following images are model renders, which retain the intended body proportions. However as a result of this, the lower half of each body is quite blurry due to a lack of image data. Most of these are identical to the character's concept art that appears in the in-game gallery and on the official box art, though some have minor differences.
Nagito's shoes were changed from gray to brown.
Akane's shoes are black in this early sprite, but white in the final version.
|Early Design 1
|Early Design 2
|Early Design 3
The flower on Nekomaru's pant leg was removed, and he was given geta for his final design.
Sonia's hair was changed significantly, along with the buttons on her skirt being removed.
The early version of the Imposter's stand for class trials reuses its design from the previous game, likely as a placeholder.
Mahiru's camera was redesigned to add more detail to it.
The red cross on Mikan's apron was replaced with a design of intersecting red stripes. This is most likely because the Red Cross is an internationally protected symbol, and the Red Cross Organization does not take kindly to people misusing it. Her hair and eye color were also changed (from black and gray to purple and light brown, respectively).
Hiyoko's ribbon was moved towards the right, and white fur was added to her kimono.
The color and shading is missing on Monomi's early art.
A missing patch of color on Monomi's right ear was fixed.
The Danganronpa series
|Danganronpa: Kibou no Gakuen to Zetsubou no Koukousei • Super Danganronpa 2: Sayonara Zetsubou Gakuen
|Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair • Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony
|PlayStation 4, Windows
|Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (Demo Version)
|Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp
|Danganronpa: Unlimited Battle