Summary: Portrait of ruin, surprisingly a DS title, makes little use of the touchscreen's capabilities. The story line was quite satisfying, with multiple possible, and enjoyable, endings. While it "offers multiplayer capabilities", don't count on being able to even experience it. I've sat at my chair for thirty minutes and more, simply waiting to do anything online, with no avail. Of course, it's other features kept it very re-playable.
Summary: Nice game with great depth, meaning the game plays out for awhile and is not over quickly; lots of weapons to choose from 'equippable' items; lots of things to still do after you beat the game
Summary: Hey this game is pretty good. It uses the the duel screen in a unique way and pretty fun. The Belmont clan is not apart of this one though instead the Morris. Still it is a game worth playing.
Summary: I got this game on the recommendation of my daughter's boyfriend. I had just finished "Legend of Zelda, Phantom Hourglass" (five stars there), and was looking for another game. I enjoy this game because of the puzzles and the ease of use of the characters. It's a bit challenging for me as I'm not very experienced with these things (I'm 47). I would recommend this game, but if you're not very experienced, like myself, be prepared to spend some time on it.
Summary: where to start, the heart of the game with johnathan and charlotte has enough secret areas to explore without getting dull. theres also enough unlockable characters for replayability, and this is where the game really becomes challenging. using richter and maria which are unable to use potions or the desimating magic attacks of charlotte only adds to that challenge.