The overall package is wonderful and there is little to really complain about. The puzzles are a kind of chintzy, mostly of the "Find the Blue Lion Key" variety that Resident Evil popularized (of course, considering the series' aforementioned producer, this is little surprise). Also, cutscenes are of variable quality. You've got some really beautiful CG sequences, some pretty-good in-game stuff, and then you've got the between-level hideout conversations where the characters only use canned animation and their mouths don't move. Honestly, though, that's a small price to pay for entry into, at least in my opinion, one of the best action games to grace the industry in years. It's fun, lengthy, beautiful, and really, really satisfying. Onimusha 3 started disappearing off of store shelves pretty early and even a price drop from most retailers couldn't help it. Dawn of Dreams may be headed for the same fate, so buy it while you can!