Best Chapters in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy HavocThis list will be ranking how good I think each chapter in this game is. I won't be going into how I think about how the quality of the trial is, instead only discuss the events beforehand, as well as the results from the trial and basically everything that isn't the actual trial.
I Loved the reveal of the mastermind.
This part was so awesome as you got to go through the restricted areas of the school and slowly uncover parts of the mystery of the school, as all of the remaining characters became useful and level headed. Most questions were answered neatly and it finally gave some development for Kyoko. All in all, this was an amazing chapter. - kempokid
There was a nice amount of development of various characters, as well as my favourite side plot in the game, the friendship between Taka and Mondo. As well as this, focusing on Chihiro was nice as they are one of my favourite characters. Showing how depraved Byakuya can be and revealing Genocide Jack also contributed greatly to everything. - kempokid
The clarity of the fact that the killing game is falling apart is really interesting, considering how every other chapter is structured quite nicely without much diversion or anything made this a really interesting one, seeing this mysterious person sneaking around the school, as Byakuya shows his leadership and Kyoko disappears. I'll always love this for the outcome of the trial, either way it's awesome. - kempokid
The game definitely starts off strong, showing the depravity of the killing game as well as Monokuma showing that he means business. I also found the running joke about Hiro not believing that the killing game was real to be hilarious. - kempokid
This chapter showed that even this far into the game, people still couldn't trust each other. The various interactions as well as Sakura being generally great really added to it. The main issue I have with it is that all of the amazing stuff took place during the actual trial, which I am not taking into consideration for this list - kempokid
This chapter just felt uninspired compared to the rest of the game, the motive was boring and the monokuma theatre segments were less unique. My biggest concern comes from the pointless fanservice, the man's fantasy scene is hilarious and I'm glad something like that occurs in every game, but what was the purpose of the Hina scene? I did like the interactions between Celeste and Hifumi, but nothing else stood out. - kempokid