Reviews and Problems with Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia
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if not the best Castlevania outside of SOTN and IV and my personal ...
Janet Radford, Amazon
3 January 2015
Summary: A classic, one of, if not the best Castlevania outside of SOTN and IV and my personal favorite. While the story in classic Castlevania games was never prominent, this game actually gives you something to look forward to after each boss and you actually want to see the main heroine succeed.
How much money do you think lucasarts lost when they released this?
Jessie "Rainy Day Writer", Amazon
6 December 2014
Summary: For the record I am not Jessie. I am her 12 year old son. First of all gameplay is to short. Beat it in 5 days, (well kind of, I will get to that later) that is way to short for a star wars game! I loved star wars knights of the old republic, (give a shout out if you know what I am talking about) so I thought this would be a few notches down. 3 stars is what I expected from it. What I got and what I expected were two very different things and not in a good way!
A good and solid final entry for the DS Castlevanias
10 August 2014
Summary: As the last of the DS era Castlevanias, you'd expect and want this to be the best of the bunch. In short, it is the best of the DS Castlevanias and also is the hardest. The first thing you notice when you begin to play this game is that the lackluster buddy system from the last game in the series: Portrait of Ruin is gone.
Summary: This game is quite excellent! What is nice about this game is the challenge of it. Enemies will swarm you and kill you if you aren't quick enough to avoid or defeat them. The story follows our protagonist, Shanoa, as struggles to reclaim the magical glyphs to defeat Dracula. This game is like the other Castlevania games like Aria of Sorrow, Dawn of Sorrow and Portrait of Ruin. If you like any of those games or want to give this one a try, I highly recommend it!
Summary: Although the role-playing game formula of Castlevania games known as “Metroidvania” or “Castleroid” began on the Sony PlayStation, these particular titles would find a home on Nintendo’s portable systems, beginning with the GameBoy Advance and then the Nintendo DS a console generation later.
Summary: Very good game, only problem is the difficulty curve, if you get used to the beginning then you will have no problem for the rest of the game, at most the game gets easier. Once you get certtain glyphs you became an unstoppable killing machine (lasers + quick speed). Compleating 100% everything is kinda boring since the end drops can be a pain. Otherwise the game is very fun.
Summary: Was sick and tired of these crummy new 3D Castlevania games that are basically God of War with Dracula instead of Zeus or whatever so I went back in time and purchased this beauty. It was a little pricey for such an old game but it was well worth it, and still half the price of most new games nowadays. After I plugged it into the 3DS I was immediately having fun. Seriously, this game is twice as good as any new game I've played lately.