Reviews and Problems with Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow
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Attacked by a friend!
Judith C. Sparks, Amazon
22 April 2014
Summary: So I was in this hallway, and saw one of my friends standing there. she didn't say anything, and then I walked by her, and she kicked me in the butt! I was all, What the Hell? And she laughed in a psychotic manner and said, "Exactly!" And then she turned into a monster and then she grabbed me in an inappropriate manner and kissed me-and now I'm dead???
Summary: This is a great game for not only the Castlevania franchise but was one of the best first releases for the DS system. It doesn't go heavy on the touch screen feature, but it's fun and interesting.
Summary: I use to own it but had to replace it when my was stolen. I love the game one of the few were you play not as a Belmont but as a new character who has a dark secret I will not revel that as I do not give spoliers
Summary: I've always loved the Castlevania series, playing mostly the game boy advance titles, but the developers went above and beyond with this one. With exciting new enemies/bosses and more than 100 cool and unique weapons, I found it difficult to put this game down. I only hope that they go back to creating games like this as opposed to the new 3DS castlevania game (don't have anything nice to say about that one). But i know that all three DS games are SOLID!!!
Summary: I love this because it is not really difficult but yet keeps your interest. still working on this one but is easy enough to do yet full of fun with the magic seals!!!! Love this game most of all!!! Somacruz reminds me of Alacard and is my favorite character!! Play this for hours at a time.
A great Action Platformer with RPG elements and awesome sequel
Bastendorf Evergrass, Amazon
6 December 2013
Summary: I am extremely picky when it comes to games. Things as simple as over-frequent advertising, and biased reviews to pander to hype have wrecked chances of me ever playing the biggest titles of today. Uncharted was squashed by hype and advertising budget surrounding Uncharted 3. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 failed to even scratch my armor with it's one-level-only gimmicks. However, with Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, I do not regret my purchase.