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Oct 08, 2008 by Wairam
This is quite exciting as the story picks up what only seems like a short while after the first set ended, and the story has begun in its traditional mysterious fashion. Count D is already quite comfortable in his new location, and while there is no Leon, there is a new opponent in the game this time around. The stories have even more unique character backgrounds, but there seems to remain a creepy touch to each case, and more of the Count's history is revealed as this new story unfolds. Personally, I found the detachment of familiar characters odd, but you quickly warm up to the new setting. The customers this time around have more of a background as well as more modern personalities, making a connection between the characters and the audience more interchangeable.
Wairam also recommended: Petshop of Horrors,
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