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19th Jun '16 9:32:19 AM FF32
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* New Game Plus was added to the PS4 release of ''VideoGame/{{Oxenfree}}'', with the original PC, Mac, and Xbone releases getting it as a free update. It features new plotlines and endings, most notably [[spoiler: Michael, if saved, will become a prominent character]]. The game's ghosts, due to already existing in a GroundhogDayLoop, are also much kinder to the characters and explain that their actions in a first playthrough are due to a need to "[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall stick to the script]]".
9th Jun '16 11:56:55 PM gewunomox
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* ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor'' actually worked this into the game's story: [[spoiler:after a DownerEnding, the New Game Plus is combined with a Stage Select, as the {{Phoenix}} grants Astro the ability to [[PeggySue travel through time and ensure a better ending.]]]]

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* ''VideoGame/AstroBoyOmegaFactor'' actually worked this into the game's story: [[spoiler:after a DownerEnding, the New Game Plus is combined with a Stage Select, as the {{Phoenix}} Manga/{{Phoenix}} grants Astro the ability to [[PeggySue travel through time and ensure a better ending.]]]]
29th May '16 6:20:38 PM nombretomado
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** Many people are unaware that the version of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'' released in the USA (''Eternal Punishment'') was actually the second half of the game, and if you played through the first half (''Innocent Sin''), you could import your Tatsuya character to EP with his stats intact (not possible with anyone else for obvious plot reasons). His last name, if changed from its default (Suou) would also change for EP, along with changing his brother's last name to the one that you chose. However, since the PS1 version of ''Innocent Sin'' was never brought over, the feature was removed in the American version of ''Eternal Punishment''.

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** Many people are unaware that the version of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'' released in the USA (''Eternal Punishment'') was actually the second half of the game, and if you played through the first half (''Innocent Sin''), you could import your Tatsuya character to EP with his stats intact (not possible with anyone else for obvious plot reasons). His last name, if changed from its default (Suou) would also change for EP, along with changing his brother's last name to the one that you chose. However, since the PS1 [=PS1=] version of ''Innocent Sin'' was never brought over, the feature was removed in the American version of ''Eternal Punishment''.
26th May '16 10:39:31 PM tadaru
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* Ubiquitous throughout modern games of the medium. After playing a WizardMode, the player's score and some of the game's state information is preserved, though progress toward the WizardMode is reset and the game continues. Sometimes there will be a bonus given after completing the wizard mode (such as the Victory Laps in ''Pinball/AttackFromMars'')..
22nd May '16 6:02:58 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile2Silmeria'' puts extra "crystals" on your title screen each time you beat the game. Each crystal makes the enemies slightly harder. ''EternalSonata'' does something similar with Encore Mode, making all enemies 1.5x as strong, though the amount of experience gained remains the same. You are, however, allowed to keep all Party Levels you have already gained (either Party Level 5 or Party Level 6 depending on whether you visited a certain optional dungeon) and also keep all music pieces from the game to listen to in the menu, as well as all Score Pieces from the Score Piece sidequest. Additionally, in the PS3 version, you get to keep all of the alternate character costumes that you've found. You also get to keep the Hero's Crest item that opens up the previously mentioned final dungeon. Finally, playing Encore Mode opens up a number of new sidequests by providing you access to a portal device that allows you to revisit all areas you've been to previously. (In the first playthrough, this device allows you to travel to a particular area to continue the plot, but the part of it that would allow you to travel back to other places is broken down).

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* ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile2Silmeria'' puts extra "crystals" on your title screen each time you beat the game. Each crystal makes the enemies slightly harder. ''EternalSonata'' does something similar with Encore Mode, making all enemies 1.5x as strong, though the amount of experience gained remains the same. You are, however, allowed to keep all Party Levels you have already gained (either Party Level 5 or Party Level 6 depending on whether you visited a certain optional dungeon) and also keep all music pieces from the game to listen to in the menu, as well as all Score Pieces from the Score Piece sidequest. Additionally, in the PS3 [=PS3=] version, you get to keep all of the alternate character costumes that you've found. You also get to keep the Hero's Crest item that opens up the previously mentioned final dungeon. Finally, playing Encore Mode opens up a number of new sidequests by providing you access to a portal device that allows you to revisit all areas you've been to previously. (In the first playthrough, this device allows you to travel to a particular area to continue the plot, but the part of it that would allow you to travel back to other places is broken down).
20th May '16 3:06:45 PM pennj043
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** [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2]] feature a New Game+ option in the form of the Key System. This allows players to select "keys" which set which legendary golem is obtainable, if their game will have Black City or White Forest, and most notably, set the difficulty of their game. However, only certain keys are available in each game. Black 2 features Hard Mode, Black City, and the legendary golem Registeel, while White 2 features Easy Mode, White Forest, and the legendary golem Regice. Players could unlock the keys from a different version by linking with the other copy.

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** [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2]] ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'' feature a New Game+ option in the form of the Key System. This allows players to select "keys" which set which legendary golem is obtainable, if their game will have Black City or White Forest, and most notably, set the difficulty of their game. However, only certain keys are available in each game. Black 2 features Hard Mode, Black City, and the legendary golem Registeel, while White 2 features Easy Mode, White Forest, and the legendary golem Regice. Players could unlock the keys from a different version by linking with the other copy.
20th May '16 3:05:30 PM pennj043
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** [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2]] feature a New Game+ option in the form of the Key System. This allows players to select "keys" which set which legendary golem is obtainable, if their game will have Black City or White Forest, and most notably, set the difficulty of their game. However, only certain keys are available in each game. Black 2 features Hard Mode, Black City, and the legendary golem Registeel, while White 2 features Easy Mode, White Forest, and the legendary golem Regice. Players could unlock the keys from a different version by linking with the other copy.
18th May '16 12:41:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* Upon completion of ''FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesMyLifeAsAKing'', you're given the choice to start a new game with information from your game clear file on one of three difficulty levels - Normal, Hard, or Very Hard. Whenever you build new houses in your new kingdom, many of the adventurers from your old game will move into them, [[BagOfSpilling starting over at level one]], but retaining all of their equipment, skills, and behavior from their previous adventures.

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* Upon completion of ''FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesMyLifeAsAKing'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyCrystalChroniclesMyLifeAsAKing'', you're given the choice to start a new game with information from your game clear file on one of three difficulty levels - Normal, Hard, or Very Hard. Whenever you build new houses in your new kingdom, many of the adventurers from your old game will move into them, [[BagOfSpilling starting over at level one]], but retaining all of their equipment, skills, and behavior from their previous adventures.
17th May '16 10:59:02 PM whateveryousay21
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* ''Rambo'' on NES has this unintentionally thanks to an odd glitch in which you can fall through the floor later in the game. You will return to the starting map and are forced to replay the game but you will keep all upgrades.
27th Apr '16 12:57:41 PM hillo315
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* ''VideoGame/MapleStory'': The FriendStory spinoff has this, which, when started after completing all chapters, opens one hidden quest (which grants you a stat-related item upon completion) and one dialogue option (that changes the ending of the episode a bit) per episode. It's worth the while, because the extra content is quite humorous.
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