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Author: EmP (Mod)
Posted: October 10, 2021 (11:36 AM)
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It tells the same tale, but in a slightly different order. To be honest, I knew this going in, and was prepared to be angry about it, but I didn't think it made a great deal of difference. It wasn't like it improved the tale, but it didn't make it any worse, either. Because little things like this interest me, I looked into it more after I finished the game and, while there is a rumour (that I referenced) that it was to make the game more viable to an episodic release structure. this has been denied repeatedly. Moreover, the game's writer has said on several occasions that she had one regret over the original, and that was how the first few chapter felt a little like a info dump and how she was looking forward to spreading the plot more evenly. She didn't like how some aspects she felt were important got buried by other elements.

/my own info dump

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