Debating on playing Tsukihime now or wait for the remake.

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Debating on playing Tsukihime now or wait for the remake.

Unread post by MeltiestBlood » January 11th, 2012, 12:59 am

So I'm kinda in a fickle with my head right now. I really want to play Tsukihime, but with the remake that no one's ever heard new word of announced, I've been holding off on doing so. I need some second opinions for me, so help an indecisive guy out? Thanks.

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Re: Debating on playing Tsukihime now or wait for the remake

Unread post by TheXev » January 11th, 2012, 1:53 am

I'd say play it. This remake has been a long time coming, and I'm sure you'll gain extra perspective on the remake after playing the original.

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Re: Debating on playing Tsukihime now or wait for the remake

Unread post by Peorth » January 11th, 2012, 2:04 am

Play it now, the remake might not ever be translated.
A battle has been fought, and is now over.
Place your sword upon the ground, and rest in the temporal peace.
After dozing in the warmth of a dream, a new day will begin.
The days keep passing by..
And we still chase the same star we once saw.

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Re: Debating on playing Tsukihime now or wait for the remake

Unread post by Kid-Wolf » January 11th, 2012, 12:32 pm

Peorth wrote:Play it now, the remake might not ever be created.
There fix'd.

No but seriously you should play it now since if you wait too long you wouldn't know what they've changed if they ever make the game at all you know, and I think they are pretty much going to milk the Fate side of things dry before either wondering back to Tsukihime, or wonder off to something new.
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