Best Executions from Danganronpa 2: Goodbye DespairThe Executions from the second game were much less brutal than the first game, they weren't bad for the most part, but compared to the first game, they were somewhat boring. Despite this, there is still what feels like a distinct order of quality throughout them.
To be honest, just before and during were some of the moments in Danganronpa that made me cry a lot. But can you blame me? The normally very distant and serious Fuyuhiko, who would normally be telling you some not so nice things, is now desperately holding back tears (which do let loose just before the execution) and is trying his hardest to rush to her and save her from death. Dang it, game, you did it. You made me cry.
This was absolutely despair filling. Peko was standing strong, fighting the robots when she accidentally harms Fuyuhiko, holding him in her arms holding back tears, falling as a spear plunges into her from a robot behind her.
One Woman Army is the best of the V2 executions by far. I mean, isn't the point of executions here despair? And the despair here was through the roof!
First of all, it is once again absolutely horrific to have to watch the first time. The build-up to Gundham's death put me on edge. As he gets carried away to heaven by his dead pets, I felt very sad... very sad. Also, I found it awesome when he made a full-blown transmutation circle.
So, basically animal roadkill? Anyway, it's still funny, so it's good.
He sacrificed his life to save his pets.
The reason that this one is so sad is a combination of the victim being Chiaki, and the fact that she genuinely tries to escape it before getting crushed anyway.
This execution was brutal, but outstanding. Bringing back Space Invaders, Pacman, and Tetris but with an actual person inside the game was amazing. I was sad it was to Chiaki, but it was the best punishment for the Ultimate Gamer.
A reference to three video games is definitely good, as well as how she tried so hard to escape. Man, the sadness.
This one was okay, but I found it to be quite uninteresting. The use of gigantic heavy weapons made everything feel a lot less interesting in this case, thanks to the fact that it wasn't ironic, which is what the best executions in the series are.
This one was pretty good. It was kinda funny when he got hit by those flour and egg missile things, but the weirdest part was when he got thrown into a volcano. What?