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Four years after the series' 3D jump and just as underwhelming 0

Lament of Innocence has some things going for it. It’s got solid combat and a decent combo system, for instance. Some of the bosses are challenging and fun to fight. Using items in real-time is kind of cool. It’s got a lively soundtrack. The scenery is appropriately gothic. Ultimately though, Lament of Innocence is a watered down Castlevania experience that can be breezed through without much opposition.Set before the events of every Castlevania, Lament of Innocence is an origin stor...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Castlevania: LoI is the first worthy 3D Castlevania. 0

I don't know about this one. The lack of depth to the storyline was a little weak, the gameplay seemed kinda dumbed down. The game was way to easy, the graphics seemed dated. The game was just really short and the levels were really small. Outside of all of that, it was a fun game while it lasted, and if you're looking for an quick 'in and out' experience, then check this out. ----------Battle System---------- Castlevania: Lament of Innocence is an Action / RPG / Platformer hybrid. Leon doesn'...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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