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whats better the game or the anime? i have watched the anime and it was pretty good as for the game well i haven't played it so im just wondering should i play it even tho i have watched the anime

 

Same... here, I'm still planning to play but I don't enough time to download it.... slow connection plus big files equals.... **snork

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I prefer the game as well, but maybe that is because I don't like Nagisa too much...

 

Even if you watched the OVAs, I think it is still worth playing. The storytelling in the game is better than in the anime.

My favorite girl is Tomoyo, but during the OVA I didn't feel 'connected' to her at all, but when I played her route it was really touching ;_;

 

That reminds me, I still have to play Nagisas route... I don't like her, but without her route it feels like I didn't complete the game ._.

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I prefer the game as well, but maybe that is because I don't like Nagisa too much...

 

Even if you watched the OVAs, I think it is still worth playing. The storytelling in the game is better than in the anime.

My favorite girl is Tomoyo, but during the OVA I didn't feel 'connected' to her at all, but when I played her route it was really touching ;_;

 

That reminds me, I still have to play Nagisas route... I don't like her, but without her route it feels like I didn't complete the game ._.

 

i dont like nagisa as well.

i want to re play it again, but i broke my hard disk, so i lost most of my VN

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so????

i hate that bitch!!!!

is that a problem???

if not fuck yourself up...

Tomoyo deserve everything for me >.>

and nagisa cant match up to her for eternity!!!

 

I come back from my grave since some months ago to charge again. Nagisa powaaaaaaaaaaaah!!!

 

I'll most probably not play the game, though. I have always had the feeling/idea that I cannot stand All Ages Galges that include the romance tag... it feels a tad too false to me =X

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I have always had the feeling/idea that I cannot stand All Ages Galges that include the romance tag... it feels a tad too false to me =X

 

All ages VNs are not as attractive as 18 + VNs.That rule stand for most VNs.

But everything has exception and all age VN from key is one of those exceptions.

All of Key titles(Air,Kanon,Clannad,Little busters and rewrite) are masterpieces or at least near the level of masterpiece.

So,you should play them otherwise u are missing the meaning of a true VN.

Don't treat them as galges.Treat them as masterpiece romance novel with visuals and voices.

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Yeah I know, I missed that part this time. I think I said it in another port, but my personal preference stands for "most" of VNs. So yes, I still at least try Galges that are really recommended to me by other people (Like LB). With Clannad, I watched the anime and heard that it's pretty similar to the Galge. Is it so?

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I still at least try Galges that are really recommended to me by other people (Like LB)

If you already played little busters and also enjoyed it, then you won't have any problems with clannad since it's the same way of story telling.

 

With Clannad, I watched the anime and heard that it's pretty similar to the Galge. Is it so?

Yep but the visual novel is obviously way more detailed.

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i raad in the walkthrough to do Fuko > Toshio > Nagisa so u dont miss a few scenes

but i finish Toshio first

can i do Fuko > redo Toshio > Nagisa to see those scenes??

im still at the start so if i have to redo is better if i do it now

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actually its ok..because fuko's route are independent on her own..

while toshio's route are quite similar to Nagisa~~

then why did it say

The last three (Fuko > Toshio > Nagisa) is very important, if you don’t follow this order you will miss a few scenes in both the main story and the after story.

in the walkthrough i found in erogedownload

 

and do you actually mean at start??

meaning toshio were your first route??

i anly finish finish toshio and ryou ending, so it not like i lose to much restarting

and since toshio splits from nagisa route i dont have a problem

 

 

 

edit: and anyone know what the words in japanese after the intro mean

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then why did it say

The last three (Fuko > Toshio > Nagisa) is very important, if you don’t follow this order you will miss a few scenes in both the main story and the after story.

in the walkthrough i found in erogedownload

 

 

i anly finish finish toshio and ryou ending, so it not like i lose to much restarting

and since toshio splits from nagisa route i dont have a problem

 

 

 

edit: and anyone know what the words in japanese after the intro mean

 

 

each route you finished brought a special appearance of a chara in After story..

and yes..half of Naiga's route is actually belongs to Toshio~~

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