The absolute worst aspect of Konami's Castlevania games is that the company produces so few copies of them. These days those gamers who hesitate to pick up a newly released entry in the series risk having to scour eBay for a decently-priced copy. Two of the recent Castlevania titles for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance (Harmony of Dissonance and Aria of Sorrow) are excellent examples of this trend. New copies of these titles can fetch up to and beyond $100 each in some markets. I love a good game, but that's ridiculous!
Konami has heard the fans (and their wallets) cry out for salvation. Next month the company will release a two-in-one game pak for the Game Boy Advance featuring Harmony of Dissonance and Aria of Sorrow. Same games, one game pak, one sane price. If you missed out on these games the first time around then this is an excellent time to pick up two of the best Castlevania games. Just remember that he or she who hesitates is forced to buy from eBay.