Not too much later, Monokuma announces that they all need to meet up for the in order to solve who murdered Yasuhiro. Apparently one of the knives had gone missing. He then has the option to meet them standing in different rooms and hallways of the school and dorm area, instead of gathered at the Vault Door. During Hifumi's introduction, he asks Makoto if he'd like to join him to go look for some potato chips. The game opens with Makoto unconscious on the desk.
The full version of the game was released in Japan a month later on November 25, 2010. Yasuhiro left no dying message. Makoto receives a different note. Makoto then tells him that he isn't the killer and says that he has a witness, , who then proves his statement by saying that she was in the dining hall and did not see Makoto come in. Makoto begins to investigate in his room and talk to his classmates in order to gather clues and evidence. The cause of death was a stab wound in the abdomen. Yasuhiro Hagakure is the victim, rather than.
The time of death is estimated to be around 1:30 a. The design of the in the Trial Version is different than the final game, and features in no other Danganronpa game. Makoto's bathroom is well-lit rather than dark, and the camera is zoomed back so that a sink is visible on the left. Later that same day, Makoto finds in his bathroom, dead with a knife in his stomach. Aoi swears that Makoto did not come to the dining hall at any point while she was there. None of the nameplates are switched at any stage.
The body was discovered in Makoto's room in the dormitory. Truth Bullets Photo Name Description Monokuma File 1 The victim was. As everyone accuses him of being the killer, Kyoko suddenly tells them that it's too early to decide Makoto was the murderer, and tells them that they would expect to find in his room has gone missing. The self-proclaimed Headmaster of the Academy, a robot bear named , informs the students about the they're forced to participate in. Kitchen Knife Set The kitchen in the dinning hall has a set of kitchen knives. Hifumi being the killer was confirmed in the of the Trial Version, where Hifumi is found guilty and given the execution. Evidence of a Struggle There are a number of scratches and gouges on the bed and walls in Makoto's room.
That's as far as I can let you go. The demo was later added to the version of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc included in the bundle. Later, during the investigation of Makoto's dorm room, Makoto finds potato chip grease on the lint roller. After pointing out that there were signs of a struggle, Makoto and the others then talk about the murder weapon, in which Makoto reveals it to be a knife taken from the kitchen. Celeste points out that if they didn't kill Yasuhiro, then there are no more people left who could've taken the knife.
This is identical to how was murdered in the first game. In addition, the lint roller shows evidence of being used. Account The knife from the kitchen went missing while Aoi was in the dining hall. The male students receive a different toolkit. In the Class Trial, the remaining students discuss the murder.
The students wonder why he took it, and Sayaka says that he might have used it to defend himself. The death took place in the bathroom. Makoto points out that Yasuhiro was the one who took the knife. I can't let this go on any further. .
As Makoto thinks about what it is, Monokuma disrupts the class trial and tells the player that this is how far he can let them go since it is only a demo. Sakura immediately says that there's still one more possibility, and Aoi tells them that another person came to the dining hall. Chihiro then states that the killer possibly took the knife away from him, and the suspicion falls again on Makoto. . . . .