NIS America ha annunciato, tramite comunicato stampa, una nuova batch di personaggi presenti in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony in arrivo il prossimo 29 Settembre su Playstation 4 e PS Vita. Maggiori dettagli nel comunicato riportato in seguito.
So far, we have introduced 8 Ultimates in our upcoming mystery adventure Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony: Kaede Akamatsu, Rantaro Amami, Miu Iruma, Kokichi Oma, K1-B0, Gonta Gokuhara, Shuichi Saihara, and Tsumugi Shirogane.
Today, we introduce the last batch of Ultimates you will meet!
Ultimate Anthropologist: Korekiyo Shinguji
Calm, collected and intelligent, Korekiyo’s mannerisms and appearance can nevertheless be quite unnerving to some. Even his ethics and morality may be a departure from what one might consider normal.
Ultimate Aikido Master: Tenko Chabashira
To say she merely dislikes men is an understatement. As an androphobe, Tenko refers to all men as “male degenerates.” Though compliments from a woman will make her heart aflutter, the same compliment from a man could result in him getting thrown across the room.
Tenko does not hide her emotions well, and she has a tendency to overreact to situations in an exaggerated manner. She also has a habit of yelling at the top of her lungs. Though she claims it helps bolster her fighting spirit, her frequent shouting often strikes others as incredibly obnoxious.
Ultimate Maid: Kirumi Tojo
As a maid, Kirumi embodies the philosophy of selfless devotion. Even while trapped in the Ultimate Academy, she continues to serve her classmates almost on instinct, such as by preparing meals and doing chores.
Ultimate Child Caregiver: Maki Harukawa
For this, she was recognized as the Ultimate Child Caregiver. But despite her title, Maki’s not particularly caring or friendly. And though children are fond of her, she personally can’t stand them.
Despite her cute appearance, Maki is a hostile misanthrope of few words, and rarely cooperates with her classmates. Nevertheless, she is willing to take action when it suits her.
Ultimate Tennis Pro: Ryoma Hoshi
Awaiting his punishment on death row before arriving at the Ultimate Academy, Ryoma claims he is no longer the same person who was bestowed the title of Ultimate Tennis Pro.
Displaying a maturity that is rare among teenagers, Ryoma seems older than his appearance would suggest. Even in the presence of pain and death, Ryoma remains unflappable.
Ultimate Astronaut: Kaito Momota
Ultimately, Kaito’s forgery was discovered. But his unorthodox approach to the exam piqued such interest that he was accepted as a cadet anyway. Though Kaito still has yet to visit outer space, his romanticized view of the cosmos remains stronger than ever.
Valuing dreams and passion above all else, Kaito often dispenses such wisdom as “Limits don’t exist unless you set them yourself!” and “You gotta be a little reckless to make your dreams reality!”
Ultimate Magician: Himiko Yumeno
She complains about the constant requests she receives from people who don’t believe her magic is real, but still want to see her performances.
Regardless of whether it’s parlor tricks or real magic, Himiko has an uncanny knack for card and coin magic tricks, as well as making doves appear out of thin air. But despite the high demand for her magical aptitude, Himiko is also extremely lazy.
Ultimate Artist: Angie Yonaga
She has an upbeat, somewhat ditzy attitude, and often says unique remarks such as “Bye-onara.” Chief among her personality quirks is her claim to speak on her god’s behalf, as well as her tendency to ask others for (non-fatal) blood sacrifices to Atua.