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PostSubject: Quantity vs. Quality of Games   Wed Apr 28, 2010 10:43 am

This is a random topic but something I'm thinking about. Recently, I have a little extra money to spend so I'm considering buying some games. It's been a while since I last did so. I can decide between two choices:

1. Buy any 3 games from Big Fish. This is assuming that I'd buy time management games, which are my favorites.

2. Buy 1 game-the equivalent of a collector's edition.

With regards to option #2, the game I'm thinking of buying is Cute Knight Kingdom. It's a RPG and I like the occasional RPG although I'm mostly a time management fan. I've always liked the games that Hanako makes and I'm considering getting CKK. It's definitely on my list of things to buy but because of money constraints, I've previously been unable to do so. I'm thinking of buying it directly from the developer's website although I know it's available on Big Fish. This is because for any future updates to the game, they would be made available to those who purchased directly through the website but not necessarily from those who bought it from Big Fish. I asked the developer so this is how I know.

I was all set on buying CKK but then thought that if I buy 3 games from BFG, that would keep me occupied for a while. So I'm wondering-if you were in my shoes, which option would you choose? Of course, there's no right answer-I'm curious to hear others' thoughts. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Quantity vs. Quality of Games   Wed Apr 28, 2010 11:15 am

I would get the three games. I like yourself love the Tm's so three of them would keep me occupied. Im trying to decide myself what other games to choose to filll up my card or just use my credits next month and hope that Ranch Rush 2 will come out on Big Fish.
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PostSubject: Re: Quantity vs. Quality of Games   Thu Apr 29, 2010 1:04 am

I'm hoping for Ranch Rush 2 to come out as well. It's only available on Fresh Games right now and it looks like only the collector's edition is available. I hope they will be a standard edition as well. Smile
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