Game Review

Review: Castlevania – Curse of Darkness

Well, I missed my deadline. I really hoped to have every Castlevania game completed by Halloween, but I suppose that goal was just a little too ambitious. This game in particular took me a bit...

Review: Castlevania – Dawn of Sorrow

Finally, we have the first Castlevania title for the Nintendo DS: Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow. As you may have guessed from the name, this game is a direct sequel to Aria of Sorrow for the GBA....

Review: Castlevania – Lament of Innocence

Finally, we have a change of pace in the Castlevania series! Once again, Konami decided to make an attempt at a 3D Castlevania game. The result is Lament on Innocence for the PS2. Chronologically the...

Review: Castlevania – Aria of Sorrow

Today I review the last entry in the GBA line of Castlevania games; Aria of Sorrow. This game continued the “castleroid” trend. So as far as originality goes, the formula is starting to get a...

Review: Castlevania Chronicles

Next up in the Castlevania review series is one of the more rare and obscure Castlevania titles; The Castlevania Chronicles. This entry is yet another remake of the original Castlevania game featuring Simon Belmont. Released...

Review: Castlevania – Circle of the Moon

The next entry in the Castlevania saga is Circle of the Moon. Released in 2001, this game, for a time, was removed from official chronology by the director of the Castlevania series. It has since been...

Review: Castlevania 64: Legacy of Darkness

The other night we had an wonderful Autumn thunderstorm. Everyone in the house was asleep and the atmosphere was perfect to start the next chapter of my Castlevania playthrough. Technically, the next game released after Symphony...

Review: Castlevania – Symphony of the Night

The next installment of my Castlevania playthrough is complete. The legendary Symphony of the Night! This title is a classic and is often considered one of the “must-have” Playstation titles. This is the game that...