This is blog entry was brought to you by Director Sasaki, the self-proclaimed “only serious person in this staff”. If you watched the DanganGravity livestream, you might remember him as the guy who played Gravity Rush 2 and sucked terribly at it.
Sasaki identifies himself as Ki-bo and his work colleagues treat him as such. Just like Ki-bo, he is a very serious person surrounded by less serious people, has terrible luck, nothing he tries to do works but he is somehow still cute trying and he is that one guy who never gets the jokes.
As a director he does some cool tasks like:
Throwing ideas to everyone else in the project.
Managing everyone’s schedules and work quality.
Turning Kodaka’s script into an well balanced and performanced game.
Many other less fun and more time-confusing jobs
After that, Sasaki finally talks V3. He goes on a little bit the struggles they had to make the new DanganRonpa new. Upgrading all systems aside, the answer they found were the lies and the Panic Debate. But he makes quite clear that the thing he most likes about DanganRonpa is how unpredictable Kodaka’s story is. He assures us that V3′s is more unpredictable than ever. It’s a story only DanganRonpa can do. An experience you can never get anywhere else.
The true story of Leavey, a marine corporal who as part of a K9 bomb sniffing unit was paired with an aggressive combat dog named Rex.
After they were both wounded in a 2006 explosion, Leavey received a purple heart and was discharged after her recovery, while Rex was kept on active duty. Leavey spent the next five years fighting to adopt Rex even as he was scheduled to be put to sleep after developing a palsy. Ultimately succeeding, Leavey was able to care for Rex until his death at age 11 in 2012.