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Author: JoeTheDestroyer
Posted: September 25, 2011 (02:11 PM)
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Pickhut, you definitely caught the energy of this game. Great job!

It's a shame they don't do more CV titles in this style. I really got tired of the "Metroidvania" style after playing Order of Ecclesia. Downloading and playing through Rondo and Dracula's Curse taught me again how awesome the old style was.


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Author: pickhut
Posted: September 25, 2011 (04:28 PM)
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I myself can't see why they can't switch between the two styles with every few releases, but I guess the current style is more popular. Speaking of the old style, I took a stab at the original NES Castlevania yesterday thinking, "It can't be as hard as I remembered it to be..." And I got my ass handed to me on the third area of the castle (the outside section thingy), which made it really difficult to beat the boss. I dread facing Death... if I have the will power to play up to that part. XD

Thanks for the comments, too!


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