Game Review

Review: Castlevania Bloodlines

For this installment in my Castlevania review series, I’m going to talk about a rather obscure chapter in the history of Castlevania. Today, I’m going to discuss Castlevania Bloodlines. If you’re a Castlevania fan who’s never...

Review: Super Castlevania IV

  Every time a new console hits the scene, game developers naturally make it a point to bring their most beloved franchises to the new system. So when Castlevania fans got a taste of just...

Review: The Castlevania Adventure

The Castlevania Adventure is the first handheld Castlevania title. In the early days of the Game Boy’s lifecycle, developers were in a rush to make a GB title for their franchises. Many of these early...

Review: Castlevania III – Dracula’s Curse

  Finishing off the original trilogy is Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse. Despite its name, this game actually serves as a prequel to the first two titles in the series. For this game, Konami decided to go...

Review: Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest

  Back for the next installment of the Castlevania playthrough and review. As one might predict, the success of Castlevania brought a sequel. However, it is not what you might expect. Castlevania II is not...

Review: Castlevania

When I was a kid, no other game had cooler monsters and a scarier atmosphere than Castlevania. It’s creepy, but just campy enough to keep you from getting scared. For those that are not familiar,...

Review: Zelda II – The Adventure of Link

  As one would suspect, after the smashing success of The Legend of Zelda, a sequel was not too far behind. For the follow-up, Nintendo made the bold move to creating a radically different game....

Review: The Legend of Zelda

  It didn’t matter if you were a fan of “sword and sorcery” games or not. When you saw the shiny gold cartridge that contained The Legend of Zelda, you were intrigued. At least, this...