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Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII Pack Shot

Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII

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Dark Deavil Reaper asks: Added Aug 13th 2008, ID #126846

whats better

What do you think is better trading your exp for gil or keeping it at the end of a level should I just trade all of it for gil and up grade my wepons then just level up in Ex. Hard mode

Thanx ^_^
 
 

 
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the_dark_prince answered:
Added 19th Oct 2008, ID #287280
It is better to alternate... If you are in need of cash then use it for gil but if not always use it for exp

Use my gun it makes the game easier

Powered cerberus
Long barrel y
Sniper scope
Power booster
Cerberus relief

I made this in lvl 8

Good luck

The_dark_prince
 
 
 
 
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