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It’s not often that a system gets a launch title with as much clout as Castlevania, but the GameBoy Advance got lucky. In this adventure Nathan Graves fills the role of the vampire hunter when Camilla revives Count Dracula in 1830. It’s a race to the finish as Nathan’s mentor, Morris Baldwin, is being held somewhere inside the castle and will be sacrificed at the next full moon to restore the vampire to his full power. A rivalry between Morris’ son Hugh and Nathan builds as they both s...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Castlevania as a franchise isn’t super important anymore. Lately it’s polygonal titles (and even a 2D one) have been good to middling to crap according to online aggregate scores. While I’ve never really been captivated by the series, lately I just have not given a shit about Castlevania games. I don’t think I’m missing out. Castlevania has had some real good games though. Supposedly the franchise’s handheld titles have been pretty phenomenal. I decided a few...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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