Discussion in 'Novel General' started by S_Leonardo, Nov 14, 2017 at 2:05 PM.
it is worth watching the animation before reading the novel and if so which chapter does stop?
nothing is ever worth it watching first and reading later
other way around, read it first then watch it
Read first, so you won't get confused.(Animated version is pretty rush I would say)
yup def read it 1st as they cut a few bits and also changed the timeline in a few places
reading first before watching, especially if you are not familiar with the game terms.
I started watching first, then reading after I reached ep9
You can do both at the same time?
I actually read the manhua a bit first and then the animation.
Haven't read the novel yet though wanna, but since there's a drama coming out next year, I'm afraid the novel might be waaaaaaayy too good that it'll make me get disappointed with the drama. And I tend to enjoy novel adaptions more when I read the novel later.
Probably I'll read the novel when I get impatient with waiting on the drama/season 2 animation though lol
animation is just a bait to lure people to read da WN~ similar with LN to anime~
skipping a lot of detail which make why TKA is awesome game story~
worth? hmm it doesn't matter~
What is that picture from?
It's fine whatever you start with, but if you want a more in depth story line then always go for it's novel
edit:i just checked what it is, erotic vn be warned
Read first for sure. Animation doesn't have 100% of the information, plus the novel is fantastic.
But at which chapter in the novel does the animation ebd
The animation is good, but super rushed and modified to fit time constraints, just like what was done with Knights & Magic.
so be warned if you read then watch or watch then read and find parts out of sync.
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