RESEARCH and DESTROY gives you the option to fully customize your team of Super Scientists. When playing online this helps you avoid that awkward feeling of turning up at a party in the same outfit as someone else. More importantly, it lets you show that you’ve got this fashion thing down to a science.
If you’re seeking to expand your Scientists’ wardrobe beyond the ready-available selection of stylish-yet-functional lab coats and hazmat suits you will be thrilled to learn that Larry, Gary and Marie are known to occasionally indulge in cosplaying as other video game characters from the following titles:
Larry is betting on gaining some good luck by wearing Nagito Komaeda’s trademark green coat.
Gary’s two-tone cute-but-creepy hazmat suit makes him look just like the inimitable Monokuma.
Marie yearns to go back to school and study some ecto-biology in her Chiaki Nanami outfit that just says “Life is but a video game (made in Japan).”
Larry dares to go a little mad as self-proclaimed mad scientist Rintaro Okabe and dreams of converting Future Gadgets into Superscience gadgets.
Gary lets (his?) hair down to become the superhacker Hashida Itaru.
Marie pays homage to Makise Kurisu, the genius neuroscience researcher who graduated from university at the age of seventeen.
Zero Escape series
Larry might not be as buff as Sigma but he put a lot of effort into the details of the shirt, and in cosplay, that’s all the matters, right?
Gary dresses up as Zero III and imagines pitting Larry and Marie against each other in the AB Game.
Marie displays her love for science, intelligence and famous thought experiments by dressing up as Phi. She wears the brooch as a reminder that time can’t be rewound.
AI: The Somnium Files
As Date Kaname, Larry can’t remember beyond the last 6 years of his life, but tries to keep his mind focused on the task at hand.
Gary is dressed as Aiba, the artificial intelligence installed into Date’s artificial left eye. (The megalomaniacal RADvan considers a benevolent AI like Aiba to be pure science fiction.)
Marie gets playful as Iris Sagan, even though she can’t sing. Marie likes to think Iris is related to Carl Sagan.