He is creating a new world. That is a new beginning but not necessarily a new story the author wants to tell.
Not unless the author creates another manga. The first 26 episode season covers the story originally written with the OVA covering the additional after story that sort of gives it a resolution.
However, all jokes aside, I like the scene since it "fits" part of the observation Yuki has that Yūno, for a while, behaves like a normal young-teen girl. It is indeed strange at first. She pranks him then eagerly points to one ride after another. Why? Why would she be interested in any of that?
It is sort of part of the tragedy: this Yūno--First World in the Second World--never had the opportunity to be a "normal kid." So while the amusement park and her pranks seem a bit too much if not childish to Yuki and the viewers, this was her one opportunity to "be a kid" and be on a young-teen's "date." In a way, all Yūno wanted was to be a normal kid. Hence her becoming upset that Yuki will not "flirt" with her near the end.
Then Yuki has to all go and ruin it by opening a door . . . ^^,
You buy a bucket of popcorn to share with your Significant Other/Current Main Squeeze/Random Person You Met in the Gutter at the movies.
You place the bucket on your lap.
Previously, you cut a hole in the bottom so as to allow your genitals to protrude into said bucket--Important Safety Tip Kids!: make sure the popcorn has cooled.
Eventually, Significant Other/Current Main Squeeze/Random Person You Met in the Gutter reaches in and grabs/digs into Your Unmentionables.
Hilarity, Arrest, and Inclusion on Sexual Preditor Lists ensue!
Obviously, this is something guys tended to do more than gals . . . or so I have read.
She connected her straw to Yuki's straw then put it in the drink so when he tried to suck on the straw, he was sucking against her.
It could have been worse: she could have done the old trick with a bucket of popcorn. . . . ^^,
He might consider Minene-3 a greater challenge since Minene-2 has already been
Have an adult help you with all of those big words and scary punctuation and capitalization, child.
I do not know, the Priestest-Gal feels "besmirched!" ^^,
I think what Yuno-1 "wants"--and we are not dealing with a rational chick here!--is to "fix" her mistake at the end of the First World. We really do not know how Yuki-1 felt. Maybe he loved her. He seemed to be content to die with her. Then, Yuno-1 got the "bright idea"--which she uses against Yuki-2 later--that if you are a Deus you can bring people back from the dead. No reason for them both to die.
We all know how that ends.
So I think Yuno-1 wants to replay the game and, this time, die. Of course, Yuki-2 "looks in the room" which changes things in ways we do not know. I guess Yuki-1 probably never learned of her past, never feared her, but then Yuno-1 was probably also not a Divine Death Dealing Yandere at that point either.
Having won the game, seeing Yuki's alive but not alive corpse, and seen an entire universe die, Yuno-1 has no attachment to life. Hence her often first response to anything is to kill it--including Yuki's Mom! Why care when everything dies if you do not win? Having lost the "plan" to simply replay the First World game, she grows ever more paranoid. She also senses that Yuki-2 does not trust her, feel the same way or at least act to her expectations. Hence her complaint that Yuki-2 will not even flirt with her. We can only assume Yuki-1 did.
Soooooo . . . she is disappointed with Yuki-2 at the end. Her "Plan," I think, was to have Yuki-2 be more like Yuki-1, love her, relive their first sexual encounter, then have Yuki-2 kill her. But she does not trust Yuki-2 for Wall of Text reasons to many to type! She does not care about the pain he goes through when she tricks him into killing the Other Kids--particularly when he learns that, no, he cannot bring anyone back. He is a murderer like everyone else.
When he reveals he knows her past--the AXE!!--but, I think, Yuno-1 does at this point have some actual love for Yuki-2 himself and not this idealized concept called "Yuki." So she will re-run the game, prevent Yuki-3 from "opening the door," and all of that, but cannot kill Yuki-2.
More to your "Happy Ending" point: I think, at the end, she realizes a number of things: 1) Yuki-2 does care for her; 2) Yuno-3 has a chance for a decent life now that her father is clued in and her mom will get therapy; 3) She cannot "make someone" love her--so she just cannot assume a Yuki-3 will play the role she wants.
It makes sense in that we see how hard Yuno worked to prevent Yuki from starting a relationship with The Girl with Glasses. In the Third World, left alone, Yuki starts dating TGwG and does not remember Yuno at all. Yuno--now Yuno-3--is "happy" but feels something is missing . . . blah . . . blah . . . blah.
I do wonder what happens if Nihijima-3 captures Minene-3. There probably is some fan fiction out there . . . I will not search for it. ^^;
Mirai Nikki is deliciously complex with its moral ambiguities. It is a "happy ending" for Yuno and Yuki. For all who die, not so happy. Worse, some suffer rather extraordinarily in the process--see blind priestess girl who got repeatedly raped only to get her hand removed by Yuno's hatchet.
However, all twelve of the players were tossed into a game most did not choose--certainly not Yuki. If you do not play, you die. So what was he to do? For awhile, he survives hanging on to Yuno, but he begins to realize the only way to "win"--and in his mistaken belief--and bring everyone back is to become more like her: killing people, until he becomes as selfish as any including Minene. Yes, we all love Minene, but she is a sadistic killer without a moral compass for much of the series until, really, her death.
The bottom line is sometimes you are put in craptacular circumstances.
In order to "win" to "survive" means everyone else has to die. Harsh, but that is the reality they get. If no one plays, everything dies.
Thus Yuno's idea of a "Happy Ending" is reliving one sexual encounter with the hopes her lover will kill her and live. If not . . . there is always another world! She has a career as a motivational speaker.
Okay, can I pull something positive out of this morass of death, doom, destruction, and mochi?
Like Higurashi the characters had to have the correct world and make the correct choices. Deus-II senses that the "game" is rigged. So--to avoid a Wall of Text Plot Summary--he has some agents to try to figure out what is going on. Meanwhile, F-W Yuno has groan a bit and cannot quite kill Yuki even though she still suspects he does not actually love her. So she abandons dying Second World and moves to Third.
However--again trying to avoid Wall of Text Plot Summary--Deus-III realizes the "game" is a very dumb idea originally conceived by a character who just expected to win. So they both decide to dispense with it. Minene keeps her promise, so Cop's kid will not die. Bottom line is that the various characters do not suffer the lives they had in the Second World and, presumably, the First World. So that is a "Happy Ending" for them. Just like Higurashi, the various iterations of "Da Kids" do not have "Happy Endings" by and large either. Cannot do anything for them.
Right, do not know if that answered your question. I am not saying it is "all bad," just that happiness is relative. Another way to look at it is part of the "message" is how irresponsible parents ruin everything. Pretty much every character who suffers suffers from having a bad, irresponsible, indifferent, to absent parents. They all seem to have their own agenda. Even the Cop becomes so single-minded in becoming Deus to save his son he really never sees him or his wife. Blah . . . blah.
Yuki had the opportunity to be like that if he accepted Yuno's "Happiness Sphere" for want of a better term. He realizes life is not about just his happiness. He does not "know" Third World Yuno, but he finds it "wrong" for her to be killed. The Third World parents are better for many reasons.
As for the worlds, the First World, without Yuno-Deus is gone. She enters the Second World retaining some of her powers which all makes sense in retrospect. When she and S-W Yuki go to the Third World, the Second World goes to nothingness. When S-W Yuno--who is effectively the Deus of the First and potential Deus of the Second!--kills herself, S-W Yuki becomes S-W Deus and . . . we see what the universe is like: nothing unless he does something.
^^^^Do not know what your son said, but looking at it the whole series is an unhappy ending for much of the people of the Second World--we can only assume the First World as well. All of the kids are dead, Second World Yuno was hatchetted by First World Yuno, parents dead, et cetera. The only happy ending is for the people of the Third World. Third World Yuno lives and her parents undergo therapy/counseling. Third World Yuki is more adjusted, actually dating, and his parents are not complete disasters. Large amounts of kids to not get blown up, bent, folded, spindled, or otherwise mutilated.
So it depends on perspective. But that is the tragedy First World Yuno experiences--she cannot save the dead, no matter how much she tries, to the point she loses pretty much all of her empathy and humanity. Her sacrifice of herself is the only "good" thing she did since long ago in the First World.
Could be worse . . . could be Higurashi!
Well do you have further information? Are they referring to the OVA/Extra?
It would have to be a very special sitiuation. First, even very popular manga-based anime are getting limited by the shear backlog and difficulty with getting anime made. A perfect example is "Attack on Titan." They only did about 12 episodes the last run which took them to a point in the story manga readers reached years ago.
So it would have to be very compelling to start a new series. Then, what would it be about? Yuno and Yuki are "gods" in their realm. What would be the conflict? It would be very artificial.
Put a gun to my head and offer me a lot of money to write a series, I could make up one, but until the author does it he rather concluded the series.
I mean, some fans do not like the extended ending of what we have. They prefer the angst and "Death, Doom, and Destruction," of a Yuki-God--who use to fantasize about Deus and all of that prior to the series--living in his own personal hell where a thousands of years passed and he could do nothing but stare at the last message from Yuno on his phone. The idea of a "Happy Ending" pisses them off. So how would a new story work?