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This title also offers players their first ever opportunity to play as Dracula, traditionally the series antagonist, for an all-new perspective on Castlevania.
The audio may not quite live up to the standards of games gone by but in every other respect this is a classic action title worthy of the Castlevania name.
The audio may not quite live up to the standards of games gone by, but in every other respect, this is a classic action title worthy of the Castlevania name.
I would recommend Castlevania: Lords of Shadow but not to original Castlevania fans.
Some games, despite all kinds of technological advances, are born to be 2D and the Castlevania series is a case in point.
On top of its popular sports games and music simulation games, Konami is also well known with its big hit action and adventure titles such as Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill and Castlevania.
Although the side-scrolling world isn't as dense or challenging as, say, a 2D Castlevania game, there are enough secrets and treasures to uncover to warrant investment into the platforming sections.
The audio may not quite live up to the standards of games gone by, but in every other respect, this is classic action title worthy of the Castlevania name.
Set in the Middle Ages, it's a reboot of the iconic Castlevania series and sees lead character Gabriel Belmont using swords and sorcery to destroy supernatural nasties.
It comes as no surprise that The Dracula X Chronicles is part of a series - Castlevania - that stretches back to the 1980s, because it felt stuck in that mould.
Two classic NES games ported onto the GBA complete the week's new releases, with Castlevania and Dr Mario proving that some of the golden oldies have still got the moves.
Named after classic sidescrollers Metroid and Castlevania, exploration is only possible after you've acquired certain abilities.