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Author: mrmiyamoto
Posted: November 03, 2013 (03:22 AM)
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It's funny, I downloaded this to my 3DS out of sheer curiosity. I think it was like two dollars or something close to that. I played for about thirty minutes and never picked the stinker back up. For me, by far the worst thing about the game in that timespan was the awful, sluggish controls. At times, I couldn't help but wonder if the game would even be beatable with such hideous controls. Nice review here, and it sounds like I made a wise choice just saying no after my initial run.


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Author: JoeTheDestroyer
Posted: November 11, 2013 (10:31 PM)
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I do believe it is beatable. I had a friend who loved the game, and I believe finished it at one point. I honestly couldn't abide a full playthrough. The thought of taking on Dracula with the atrocious control response is mortifying.


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