Reviews and Problems with Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia
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A fine 2D game in the Castlevania series
William A. Ronke "Critical Hobbyist", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: It's a fine addition to the 2D Castlevania series. The gameplay and story are engaging, and the weapon-glyph system is fun to use. The Metroidvania elements are a little less pronounced here, as there are generally fewer movement-based obstacles to exploration than what one might expect in "Symphony...
Summary: “Order of Ecclesia” must have hit me at just the right time. According to the in-game clock, I put roughly 20 hrs into this game, with another 5 or so unrecorded as I attempted some of the harder bosses over and over.
if your looking for a challenge and love Metroid-vania style games
Rod Griffin, Amazon
24 February 2015
Summary: Warning to any SOTN fans who haven't played a Castlevania game in a while, this game is HARD. The very essence of the game is made to make you want to give up and trade it for something else, maybe something at a more steady pace.
Summary: Most polished of the DS Castlevania games, Order of Ecclessia is also the most difficult. It does away with the single large dungeon in favor of a more linear series of areas with a central village that expands as you contonue playing.
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!
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:...