Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (PlayStation) review
"What is instantly noticeable about SOTN, is the fluidity that the main character, Alucard, moves about with. He is like poetry in motion, his cape billowing behind him as he stalks, his movement decidedly confident and surging. His joints are like water. The enemies arenít half bad either. You wonít believe how large some of them are, and on one rather eye-popping occasion, Beelzebub, a generally unclean and unhealthy fellow, fills a few screens. "
Staff review by Marc Golding (January 14, 2004)
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