Reviews and Problems with Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia
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Out of Order
R. P. Jesus, Amazon
30 April 2014
Summary: Maybe I've been spoiled by Aria of Sorrow but handheld Castlevanias can be much better than this. It wasn't all bad. I liked the art style, the story, the new characters, and the graphics, but I didn't enjoy playing the game. It felt like a chore. The bosses always took too many hits. Even the regular re-spawning enemies took an inordinate amount of hits to kill.
Summary: This was another good time. It was decently hard that is for sure. Someone else had said you will die in this game and they were correct. But it's a good time and has replay value, like if you forgot about it for a few years and pick it up again.
The most challenging & my favorite of the trio DS Castlevania games
8 January 2014
Summary: This is diffidently the case of 3rd times the charm for being the last game on the DS i would say its the darkest most challenging ( Lvl 1 handicap on hard if you dare ) of the 3 castlevania games on the DS also the main heroine shanoa is one of the most beautiful characters and a fine edition in castlevania ( Gotta love her hair ) now what i like in this game the most is how its probably the most Gothic oriented style of art and game design ( in my opinion ) and mostly...
Summary: Very fun if not very hard. This game allows you to play in many different styles(As a caster, melee mayhem, or ranged and agile), but also requires many enemies to be slain in different manners. Some enemies will take 1-2 damage from all weapons but one type, so it keeps you on your feet while you have GRANDE FUN!
Summary: Ever since it's inaugural release for the Game Boy Advance (GBA), Circle of the Moon, Caslevania has excelled on Nintendo's handhelds, and Order of Ecclesia is no exception. Every bit as enjoyable as Dawn of Sorrow and Portrait of Ruin.