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Dangaronpa V3 Wine Could Be for the Ultimate Oenophile

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Danganronpa V3 turned five-years-old this year, and now people can toast to its anniversary. Merchandise outlet eeo Store is stocking specially engraved bottles of Danganronpa V3 wine for people to buy. The bottles come with special engraved illustrations of several characters from the game [Thanks Famitsu!].

There are three different bottles in the Danganronpa V3 wine series. Each bottle sports a special engraved design. Rather than using an adhesive label, the bottle art is instead sandblasted onto the surface to make a more permanent, textured design. The design features the game logo and two characters from the game. All three bottles contain a French Bordeaux red wine. The bottles come in a decorative box with the logo for the Ultimate Academy for Gifted Juveniles on it. Each bottle costs 22,000 Yen (about $156 USD).

The first bottle features Kaede Akamatsu, the Ultimate Pianist, and Shuuichi Saihara, the Ultimate Detective. The second bottle features Gonta Gokuhara, the Ultimate Entomologist, and Kokichi Ouma, the Ultimate Supreme Leader. The third bottle features Kaito Monoma, the Ultimate Astronaut, and Maki Harukawa, the Ultimate Assassin.

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is the third game in the main Danganronpa series. Unlike Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, it’s not a direct continuation of the story of Hope’s Peak High School. It features most of the same mechanics, but takes place in a different setting and a new cast of characters. Besides the series mascot Monokuma, the game introduces the Monokubs, five smaller robot bears who are Monokuma’s “children”.

The Danganronpa V3 wine bottles are on sale at the eeo Store website until December 11, 2022 in Japan. Danganronpa V3 is available on the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS Vita, PS4, Android, iOS, and Xbox One.

Josh Tolentino
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