Kazutaka Kodaka, creator of the murderous high-school visible novel sequence Danganronpa, has stated he isn’t averse to the idea of bringing it again for one more game.
In an interview with Twinfinite, Kodaka spoke about his upcoming game Rain Code and his choice to go for a wholly new story relatively than make yet one more Danganronpa game. “It isn’t like I do not wish to make one other Danganronpa game, however I’ve loads of concepts and wish to create one thing new,” he stated. “Sometime I’ll return, possibly.”
He additionally added that developer Spike Chunsoft wasn’t pushing for one more pop artwork murderfest, joking that if he requested to make one other one “they could say sure, so I did not ask.”
Kodaka additionally known as Danganronpa “extra of a distinct segment game,” a stunning alternative of phrases contemplating the game’s explosive reputation and rampant cosplay group. He stated that “it would be cool” to return to the sequence finally, however in the end is presently specializing in creating new tales and experimenting. “I am not likely occupied with doing the identical factor different individuals could also be doing,” he concluded. “I would relatively not decide the protected choice. When individuals begin to overlook about Danganronpa, maybe I will be extra inclined to work on it once more.”
The final game within the sequence, 2017’s Danganronpa V3, provided a reasonably definitive (if not divisive) ending and I can not precisely think about how a sequel might add something additional to the narrative. There are positively some prospects in how a brand new Danganronpa might construct off its present universe, and even inform a wholly new and unique story separate from the unique 4 video games. Although I’ve my very own hesitations, I would positively find yourself selecting up no matter Kodaka put down in entrance of me. It is good to see the door on Danganronpa is not closed fully, and there is a likelihood we could also be seeing murderous Monokuma and a gang of latest final excessive schoolers sooner or later.