Best Executions from Danganronpa: Trigger Happy HavocThe Executions in Danganronpa are almost always really entertaining, sure another character gets killed, but the way they are is almost creative enough to forgive the game of killing another character. I'll be going with the official names of these executions.
The music with the shot with the ball rolling and the blood on it, I get chills every time I watch it. Worst character, best execution - girlynerd21
And that is what you get for killing my favorite character.
The blood wasn't even pink. I was shook when I saw i - BestGrillIbuki
Through the entire game, none of the executions gave me the same visceral reaction as this one. This is just so unbelievably brutal. It showed Leon's expressions full of fear and pure pain through the entire time he was being killed. I was left speechless after this one. - kempokid
Coolest execution by far but I hoped there would be more stages of this execution because some executions go through various dangerous elements
Out of all the executions, this one definitely fits the role of bringing despair the most. While others may be more brutal, this one is great due to how much despair it brought Celeste while still being ironic. As she is being burned at the stake, she looks happy as she is dying in such a way, then at the last second, Monokuma comes in on a fire truck and runs her over, giving her one of the most common deaths possible. This also fits nicely into her talent which involves bluffing - kempokid
CELES IS LIT
Okay, the execution was pretty boring, but once Alter Ego appeared on the screen, I knew this would be the best one.
I never wanted to see my favorite character get executed, and thankfully, Alter Ego saved him. But I voted for this one because it has so much detail in it.
This one goes for both characters, as the main reasons that this was so well made were because of how off it felt. I had the distinct feeling that something wasn't right in either case. The build u0p was also perfect as the characters' faces slowly changed more and more as the sounds of the machine grew louder and louder. - kempokid
This is the nastiest of all the executions, the only reason why I find others better is because I wasn't exactly aware about what was happening. When I found out, my jaw dropped, using the intense speed of the cage to melt Mondo down into butter, but using electricity to keep his brain active as he was being melted, making him feel every second of his body melting. - kempokid
I'm not a particular fan of this one for the sole reason that I feel it to be quite lazy, after having so many cool, creative ideas to kill people, the game devs ended it by repeating them all. That said, Junko's reactions definitely were enough to forgive them of this, as she was absolutely hilarious the entire way through. - kempokid
While technically not an execution, Monokuma killed her, therefore I'll count it. This one caught me off guard greatly as I didn't expect "Junko" to get killed right there and then. The way her body was jittering as she had the spears through her also added to the extreme unease that was felt. - kempokid
I really don't like this one at all. It was a nasty surprise to see Alter Ego on the stand, but the execution itself was quite lacklustre, the reason for this is because I don't see anyone that this execution would be made for, all the other executions were tailored to be ironic based on particular character traits, but this one was just smashing something with a excavator, no charm to that. - kempokid
The opening shot of the game has a lot going for it, it nicely incorporates the insanity of the aesthetics of the game, while still being somewhat brutal. That said, since I felt no connection to the character who was killed, a lot of its impact was weakened for me. - kempokid
Just seeing how close she was to Fuyuhiko was just heartbreaking
I fell bad for kirumi its just sad