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    Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Review

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    A Tale of Three Beautiful Maidens Drawn to Each Other. When three friends, deceived and separated by the tricks of darkness, find each other again, their bond shall become the light that will clear away the shadows and guide them towards the truth...

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    1. Just got put back on the fence about this one, with the mention of a time-limit mechanism in-game. Not really a fan of being forced to rush through the game/story just to come in under the clock. I'll have to research further how invasive the moon mechanic actually is. Good review!

    2. Sorry, were you talking about a computer game? All I could think about was ANIME BOOBIES!!!! lol not my kind of game this one but looks good to those that would enjoy it. Great review dude 🙂

    3. Hmm so the time mechanic still affects the game and enjoyment. I think I'll give it a miss, the relationship was done badly in the original. So with an extra character I can't see it improving. This is Gusts 3rd game this year tho. Atelier Firis, Blue Reflection, and Nights 2. Hmm maybe there spreading themselves a bit thin

    4. I really agree with your comments on how the game takes time to grow to it's full potential. Back when I first started the game I told my friends it was alright but skippable. For some reason something about it kept drawing me back in and now that I've finished it I love it and would highly recommend it.


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