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Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp gets PC, PS4, and smartphone ports

Danganronpa S

Spike Chunsoft announced Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp is getting PC, PS4, and smartphone ports.

Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp is coming to Windows PC (via Steam), PlayStation 4, and both iOS and Android devices on July 21st. A price point is set at $19.99.

Danganronpa S is a standalone and upgraded release of the board game that was featured in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. It was originally released for Switch alongside the Danganronpa Decadence collection set. In case you missed it – you can find our thorough review on both the collection and Danganronpa S here.

Here’s a rundown on the game:

Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp is a massively enhanced version of Ultimate Talent Development Plan, the boardgame from Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.

The stage is set at the tropical resort of Jabberwock Island, and players improve their characters via the “Development (Boardgame),” “Battle,” and so on.

Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp is the dream crossover of Danganronpa characters with over 1,000 event scenes, and offers new swimsuit outfits for all characters.

Also, players can now collect collab illustrations drawn for merchandise in the Mono Mono Machine!

Features

  • Development (Boardgame) – The main part of the game in which players will develop their character over 50 days (50 turns) of summer camp on Jabberwock Island. Roll a die to determine how many spaces to move. An event will be triggered depending on which square the character lands on. Each character has various stats, including level. Character stats improve by leveling up, stopping on a Growth Square, or interacting with other characters on Event Squares. Bosses placed by Monokuma and monster battles triggered by Battle Squares will impede the player’s path along the way. Talent Squares grant Talent Fragments, which grant characters new skills. Players will also need to acquire weapons and armor at shops and treasure chests as well as utilize cards featuring useful effects to their advantage.
  • Battle – A Battle Mode can be played separately from the Battle Squares found in the boardgame. Develop characters and form a party of up to four members and take on the 200-floor Tower of Despair where Monokuma-type monsters await. In the Tower of Despair, enemies attack in waves, and the player is rewarded with Monokuma Medals upon victory. Players need to increase their characters’ levels while learning skills and gearing up their characters in order to emerge victorious.
  • School Store – In the School Store, players can spend Monokuma Medals and Monocoins they’ve obtained in battle to gain new characters and support items using the MonoMono Machine. Each character has different rarities, and the higher the rarity, the faster they will grow in Development mode.
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