May 21st, 2005, 16:16 Posted By: wraggster
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<BLOCKQUOTE>Scratch! Viewtiful Joe - NDS
A side-scrolling action title like its predecessors, Joe's first DS appearance kicks off as Captain Blue's latest movie is ready to be unveiled to the public. A sinister group steals the film, bringing Joe back into action as he tries to get it back (and we thought some folks uploading Star Wars to the internet was bad!) Joe's quarrelsome little sister, Jasmine, who wants to be an actress in the future, joins in on the action this time around, and both screens of the handheld will keep track of the action in two different viewpoints. The lower of which is also used to solve puzzles and pull off special moves, giving Joe a new "Power Split" move, which requires that you draw lines across the screen with your stylus.
Castlevania Dawn of Sorrow - NDS
Konami's series maestro Koji Igarashi souped up a new Castlevania game for the Nintendo DS that takes place one year after the events in Aria of Sorrow. In Dawn of Sorrow, a group of cultist strive to destroy main protagonist Soma Cruz, who is Dracula reborn. Although one of the good guys, Soma has to face many challenges to keep the vampiric cult from getting rid of him, in order to revive Dracula himself.
Basic gameplay mechanics are still the same as with Castlevania titles in the past, but the Nintendo DS version displays game statistics and a map on the upper screen, while the touch screen lets you draw seals with the stylus, allowing you to open doors and defeat bosses. You are also able to teleport by using the touch pen to tap on certain hot spots throughout the game. This is unique, intriguing NDS gameplay once again, as is the ability to trade collected souls with other players via a wireless connection.
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