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Finally, you have the bonus games of All Play mode, which arise after every three levels. While there isn't too much to say here, it should be noted that the after-level score board has X's and O's in the background of the U.S. game, but the words "Machigai" and "Sagashi" in the Japanese game. I think those are the names of the two girls.|
Well folks, that's it for this game. All we can really say besides the aforementioned is that the names of certain things are different in the Japanese game, though the game as a whole in the U.S. seems to be the same (with a pretty literal translation done by Atlus). Also...there is a special code that can only be done in the Japanese version of this game...it's listed here. If there is anything else of importance that we spot, we'll be sure to let you know. This is Vyse & Bel, signing out!|
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