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  • Microphone DJ 125
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    02:06, August 9, 2016

    If the title doesn't make much sense, basically, there's a template for the Adventure Mode levels in the original Plants vs. Zombies, as well as the one for Plants vs. Zombies: Journey to the West. Both of them are merged together. However, I believe the two should be split, for two reasons:

    1. The two games are separate entities, with the PvZ1 levels only really being in both being the same thing they have. PvZ1 has all of it's stuff, but PvZ:JttW has all of it's special plants, including the Hero Plants, and, as the next and more important thing...
    2. Journey to the West has far more levels. There's entire worlds after the Roof in Journey to the West, that are not in the original PvZ! why are these two merged?

    I'm very confused; yes, I know PvZ:JttW has the PvZ1 levels, but is that a good reason to merge the two together?

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