Castlevania II: Simon's Quest (NES) review
"Simon Belmont is dying. The once great champion of the Belmont family- the man who killed Dracula and saved the world - is coming to a cruel and painful demise. He can barely hold his legendary whip anymore. Not just because heís grown weak, but because his body canít handle the movements. His old wounds are still aching. His muscles are slowly rotting off his bones. His skin has become pale, lifeless. Itís not old age; itís only been seven years since the first game. Itís something far worse: D..."
Community review by disco (July 08, 2010)
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