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At first, I thought that it would be boring, bland and not at all fun. I wanted to ignore it. Then, a friend actually convinced me to try it. So I did. After skipping through the scary character sequence, I was surprised to see how beautiful and colorful everything looked. The music was also amazing. It had me focusing all my attention from the very start of the game right to the end.
The point is, I loved it. But if you were looking for a sequel to Undertale, then this is NOT the game you're looking for. It's a game of its own. It is Undertale, but it isn't Undertale at the same time.
This might be a point of contemption, but I wanna comment something: while Deltarune probably deserves to be called \"a game of its own\" (it\'s certainly not a traditional sequel, and it has its own mytholgy, in a way), I do think it\'s absolutely necessary to have played Undertale in order to truly enjoy everything the game has to offer.
Even the game\'s website mentions this; the game is made with people who have finished Undertale in mind. While Kit 747 doesn\'t talk about this in this review, I thought I should bring it up in case anyone got interested in the game due to the review.
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