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  • #37442
    Nemomon
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    Still, an Auto mode is man’s best friend (after dogs).

    #37443
    LitanyLegendlight
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    I’m a cat person. And since you can’t trigger limit breaks on Auto mode, I prefer just doing without.

    =^..^=

    #37446
    Nemomon
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    Hmm.. I was thinking that you started playing a wrong game. Asdivine Menace is a sequel to Asdivine Dios, and you should play Asdivine Dios first, and then Menace.

    #37449
    LitanyLegendlight
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    I just thought Menace sounded more interesting than Dios.

    =^..^=

    #37452
    Jesusalva
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    Hmm.. I was thinking that you started playing a wrong game. Asdivine Menace is a sequel to Asdivine Dios, and you should play Asdivine Dios first, and then Menace.

    I disagree, I thought it was quite fun starting with Menace and then moving to Dios. Although I only fully understood Menace after playing Dios, I did enjoy my experience on both. (And then I played Menace a second time :>)

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    #37461
    LitanyLegendlight
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    I love the characters in Menace so much, I think I’m going to be playing it over and over until my tablet dies… or until I get so sick of seeing that my HP, which I spent so much time leveling up for in the previous game, has been set back to 160. (Or is it 120?)

    =^..^=

    #37499
    Nemomon
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    Still, plot wise it’s better to start from the start than from the middle.

    Reminds me of me and my friend and our birthday presents. When I had a birthday, he gave me a book, but only a second tome (“you will know how it ended, but not how it started”). When hisbirthday did come along, I gave him a middle book from a trilogy (“you won’t know how it started or ended, but what happened in the middle”). Kinda similar situation’s here ;).

    #37536
    Jesusalva
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    Still, plot wise it’s better to start from the start than from the middle.

    Reminds me of me and my friend and our birthday presents. When I had a birthday, he gave me a book, but only a second tome (“you will know how it ended, but not how it started”). When hisbirthday did come along, I gave him a middle book from a trilogy (“you won’t know how it started or ended, but what happened in the middle”). Kinda similar situation’s here ;).

    The middle of the book is where all the fun is :p

    The start and the ending are usually quite predictable. The middle is where the jewels, the plot twists, the fun dialogs etc. are.

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