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Like what the title says, what's a good time to inject a short playthrough of the deleted scenes? I checked the menu and it made out to be that it's not integrated in the main bulk of the game. Unless they are in the full story and I just don't realize it, in which case, does someone know if the scenes are in the full story? I don't mind spoilers here since I this is my third playthrough now.
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I played Chapter 1 shortly after it came out, and I just started on a new computer tonight. It seems to me that the deleted scene from Chapter 1 was actually in Chapter 1 on release, but not now in the core game.

Based on that, I'd say, play each deleted scene after the chapter it references as it'll give you either a deeper or alternate insight into the events and characters.
play chapter 1 deleted scene before the chapter 1 (it was the best part of the game, I still don't understand why they deleted it).
play book 3 deleted scene only if you really want to do everything in the game (this is not the best part of the game).
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LiefLayer: it was the best part of the game, I still don't understand why they deleted it
Because it was tedious. Especially to go through all conversation with the dude in the dark.
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LootHunter: Because it was tedious. Especially to go through all conversation with the dude in the dark.
you are wrong
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LootHunter: Because it was tedious. Especially to go through all conversation with the dude in the dark.
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LiefLayer: you are wrong
Wow! Now you are telling me what I should like and what shouldn't. Seriously, can you guys accept that there are people with different tastes?!
when u write "Because it was..." u write about a fact.
if its your opinion u should try "for me it was..." or something like that to avoid misunderstandings.
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Cattie: when u write "Because it was..." u write about a fact.
if its your opinion u should try "for me it was..." or something like that to avoid misunderstandings.
So it is me, who "must" write like this and not LiefLayer? Why? He was the first, stating those puzzles in prologue were best as a matter of fact.
Post edited August 08, 2017 by LootHunter
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Cattie: when u write "Because it was..." u write about a fact.
if its your opinion u should try "for me it was..." or something like that to avoid misunderstandings.
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LootHunter: So it is me, who "must" write like this and not LiefLayer? Why? He was the first, stating those puzzles in prologue were best as a matter of fact.
i dont say u are the only one. we all should take care about "how" we write. in the internet we dont know each other and its much more easy to misunderstand things. i really like "fights" cause of different opinions cause its helpful, but the most "fights" i see here and at other places are completely needless.