BSF0819
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The first game has no trial but this one does.

[Post New]by BSF0819 on Dec 16, 10 8:20 AM
I find it strange that I can't try the first art of murder game but then this sequel comes out and it has one. That doesn't make any sense to me. I guess I'll just pass on this one.

 

Re:The first game has no trial but this one does.

[Post New]by Kitty_at_large on Dec 16, 10 9:09 AM
This doesn't make any sense to me

That doesn't make any sense to me. I guess I'll just pass on this one.


Are you saying that you are passing on this game because it has a demo or are you passing on it because the first game did not have a demo?

 
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Re:The first game has no trial but this one does.

[Post New]by MarpleLover on Dec 16, 10 9:10 AM
LOL.

 
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Re:The first game has no trial but this one does.

[Post New]by BSF0819 on Dec 16, 10 9:13 AM
Kitty_at_large wrote:This doesn't make any sense to me

That doesn't make any sense to me. I guess I'll just pass on this one.


Are you saying that you are passing on this game because it has a demo or are you passing on it because the first game did not have a demo?


Technically, I'm passing on both of them. I don't buy games before trying them so I can't try the first one. For the second one, even though I can try it, I don't want to play a sequel to game that I haven't played. It's like playing MCF: Return to Ravenhearst before playing the first Ravenhearst. If I could try the first Art of Murder game and I liked it, I would buy it, play it, complete it and then play this one.

 
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Re:The first game has no trial but this one does.

[Post New]by peglegann on Dec 16, 10 11:22 AM
There are places to demo the first one, if that helps.

 
 
 
 
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