201WaveBoyThu 31st Mar 2011 kkslider5552000 wrote:Get Dawn of Sorrow. It's honestly my favorite Castlevania. And it is shorter (and feels less long) than Layton but has some really good replayability. Probably get Layton eventually, and if you enjoy the game despite bad pacing and terrible plot twists get the other Layton games as well.Well so far I'm just not really enjoying Dawn of Sorrow for 3 simple reasons. The gimmicky Touch screen controls are just akward and break up the flow of the game. The generic bubble gum anime art style is a big downgrade compared to Castlevania's old school monster gothic style, and the main game's screen is on the bottom....THAT is the main reason why I'm having a hard time playing the game. It's hurting my neck, it makes playing the game annoying and just flat out akward.Aside from that, i'm finding it enjoyable here and there, but it's also kind of tiring and repetitive. Mind you I was never a big fan of SOTN, as i much MUCH perefer traditional old school castlevania,Anyways, does Order of OClesia or even Portrait of Ruin have the option of switching the main screen to the top? at least the touch screens are history in those. And OOE is more in tune with SOTN as far the style goes, yay. Edited on Thu 31st March, 2011 @ 21:41 by WaveBoy Currently Playing: TMNT II: The Arcade game 80's Fanatic & King of NES Tekkidome!