|#1 by sanipasc|
2019-05-07 at 17:02
|What version do you personally prefer? I was thinking about buying this VN but i do not know if i should get the steam's version, what do you think?|
|#2 by bestkatalyn|
2019-05-07 at 20:56
|Get the steam version, Amantes Amentes, it's the most complete one since it has many extra scenes.|
If you are reading Dies Irae for the reasons it is deserving of, you will find that Amantes Amentes doesn't just remove the H-Scenes, but it also replaces them with more meaningful character interactions.
But a lot of people here will probably tell you how important those H-scenes are...but they are really not. If you are curious, you can just look at the CGs on the net and you will be pretty much done with them.
|#3 by gundamace|
2019-05-07 at 22:20
|To further this, Amantes amentes has essentially ten or so additional hours of story content, featuring a wide variety of content that is often considered by fans to be some of the best parts of the game.|
If you want it in more clear cut terms, here is a brief summary of the differences:
Acta est Fabula:
-Has five additional side stories, often filling in the blanks of backstory and whatnot, as well as featuring epilogues for certain routes.
-Adds an additional ending to the final route.
-Replaces H-Scenes with some character scenes.
So yes, I highly recommend playing Amantes amentes over Acta est Fabula, considering all the additional story content.Last modified on 2019-05-07 at 22:21
|#4 by coldnobility|
2019-05-07 at 23:35
|get the dx version on mangagamer, it has both acta and amentes and no drm|
|#5 by sanipasc|
2019-05-18 at 14:32
|#3 Thanks! I have done so.|
|#6 by fearthed|
2019-08-16 at 05:33
|Get Amantes Amentes, then download the Fabula patch. |
The devs were nice enough that the Fabula original game patch basically is a whole other game. Even has seperate save files.
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