Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls
has you primarily playing as Komaru Naegi, a high school student who has been a captive for over a year. When the chaos that followed Trigger Happy Havoc
broke out, she was able to escape from her strange prison, only to find herself hunted by strange black and white robotic bears that the followers of this series will recognize all too well.
Soon after her escape, she will encounter other characters that appeared in the first game, and she will be handed a megaphone-like device that turns her voice into commands she can use to hack and mess with the Monokumas. These new Truth Bullets consists of an attack that will do damage to the robots, one that will make them dance, catch fire or even put them under the player's control, but as you would expect, these are all features of the gun that will have to be unlocked as Komaru makes her way to safety.
Komaru soon teams up with Toko Fukawa, one of the students that escaped from the first game's survival/murder challenge. While Toko herself is a scared little girl, she has gained some control over her twisted killer alternate personality, Genocide Jill. When you switch to Genocide Jill, the game takes on more melee styles of combat as she uses her very sharp scissors to tear through the enemy robots. The only real caveat is that Genocide Jill is on a timer, and when the batteries in the stun gun that triggers Jill run out, she reverts back to Toko and you once again control Komaru.