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  • For one, the new game isn’t a pixel side-scroller like the original MapleStory was. Instead it takes on a blocky look, similar to Minecraft, but with its own cutesy spin. However, the aesthetics are the least important differences between the two games.

    In MapleStory 2, there’s no need to stay on one map and grind monsters for hours on end like in the original game. And while quests felt like a waste of  MapleStory M Mesos time in MapleStory, its sequel’s story quests are pretty much mandatory for leveling up. Your character levels naturally and easily just from doing the story quest, like in Final Fantasy XIV or any other modern MMO. This is one of the biggest ways that MapleStory is catching up with the current generation.