yes, he was the one who insisted the most about throwing Namatame into the TV but it was Kanji who first actually suggested punishing him with the same magnitude as his crimes and Naoto who suggested throwing him into the TV and neither of them disagreed with Yosuke. In fact, it takes the longest to persuade Kanji to drop it, not Yosuke.
but Yosuke gets full blame for it for being the one to want to do it when it was in fact the three of them.... --- El Psy Congroo Currently Playing: Fire Emblem: Awakening, Metroid: Other M, Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice For All, Devil Survivor: Overclocked, Madworld
Because Yosuke was the "ringleader" of that incident. Kanji was angry and wanted to throw Namatame in, but he wasn't the one negotiating with the MC. Kanji was just waiting for directions.
Meanwhile, it was Yosuke who was trying to manipulate the others into either helping throw him in or turn a blind eye. "Manipulate" has an awful connotation, I know, but that's really what he was doing. It wasn't until the MC yelled at everyone to shut up that Yosuke finally calmed down and stopped trying to convince the MC to stop stalling.
Kanji's to blame, but then again, every one of them is to blame for not being proactive about not throwing Namatame in. Yosuke is just a little more guilty because he was the one who "led the expedition," so to speak.
Yosuke didn't try to manipulate anyone. He said why he wanted to do it and then told them that they were free to leave if they didn't agree. It wasn't manipulation.
and again, Naoto was the one suggested throwing them into the TV and Kanji's the one who implied they should leave him to his Shadow in the first place. The scene doesn't get ugly until Kanji speaks up, which is when Rise starts getting scared, and Kanji still wants to throw Namatame in after both Yu and Yosuke agreed on not doing it, so I don't feel that he was just waiting for directions. I don't think there's a 'ringleader' anywhere. They're all equally guilty.
Kanji suggested the punishment, Naoto provided a means for it and Yosuke said why they should do it. --- El Psy Congroo Currently Playing: Fire Emblem: Awakening, Metroid: Other M, Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice For All, Devil Survivor: Overclocked, Madworld
Yosuke let his emotions take him over and didnt think things through just like everyone else (except for MC) did he's no more to blame than anyone else. People just like to bash Yosuke. --- DANGANRONPA COMING TO VITA IN 2014! http://i.imgur.com/cFr7CDp.jpg 3DS: 1418-6790-0913 (Reg)
No one is to blame. I kid died and everyone was angry and not thinking at all
Yeah... I was actually mad when it happened, even though I don't like Nanako. And that's how I got my first (bad) ending lol. --- Elapsam semel occasionem non ipse potest Iuppiter reprehendere PSN: SlyHobbes
Yosuke gets bashed because of his bad habit of letting his emotions get the better of him. Remember how upset he got with Mitsuo, when everyone thought that Mitsuo was the killer? --- http://i.minus.com/iw9Q0QNG8vIDx.gif http://i.imgur.com/lH2SX.gif
I've gone through that scene a few times and I've always paid attention to who is most adamant about throwing him into the TV. It is most certainly Yosuke. Naoto says it's a possibility and Yosuke runs with it. Kanji barely says anything. Really the only thing he says once Yu says it's a bad idea, is something to the effect of "We can't just let him go." Which doesn't even necessarily mean Kanji wanted to throw him into the TV, just that he wanted to do SOMETHING. Yosuke was the only one who definitely wanted to kill him. --- "Hairy Zeus on a traffic light!" -Deadpool, Issue #3