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In terms of straight up melodrama WA2 definitely goes in harder. BUT, I feel it goes in too hard and after a while you start to get pissed off at the writing. There's some scenes I wouldn't trade for anything (like when MC drops a bomb at the restaurant), but I found myself distracted too much on how incredibly forced the drama tended to be.

Kiminozo's plot is a lot more flexible in terms of routes and endings. You can cheat, do mindbreaks, etc. The girls aren't passive moeblobs, they take action, get into fights, try to steal the MC, etc and so on. Don't get me wrong, the drama IS forced, just not as much as WA2.

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