Reviews and Problems with Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow
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The Deception, Amazon
28 February 2015
Summary: This game is absolutely wonderful, in my opinion. It can be a little confusing at times, but you have to keep going. Final boss is pretty difficult though. I bought this as a throwback because I had it as a child and loved it, so I bought it again and it was absolutely worth it.
Summary: I really love 2D Castlevania games. My invitation to this "horrible night with a curse" of a franchise was through Order of Ecclesia. I'm pretty sure my experience with the other two DS Castlevania games contributes to my judgment of this one.
Summary: If you love Castlevania, this is a must. It really reminded me of Symphony of Night, which I loved, so this was an awesome game to play. There are also multiple endings; it's not just a straight forward ending - which I love.
Summary: I know im gonna get a lot of flack for this but i like the first two castlevania ds games better than sotn. Just so many more weapons and magic, dont get me wrong i love sotn but i like the ds games better.
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!
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