Reviews and Problems with Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
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5 June 2009
Conclusion: A great game with many highs. Castlevania: Circle of the Moon is a reason to play a system like Game Boy Advance. It's a long game with some RPG elements as well as new features with a good gameplay.
Pros: Circle of the moon was the first Castlevania for Game Boy Advance, and it's one of the best games in this portable system. It has the essence of the Castlevania series on a 2-D environment, with all the elements that made this games a reference for the platforms and action games.
Cons: No remarkable bad things in this game, just some things that could be better. If you want to get all the cards you have to know that they're assigned to some concrete kind of enemies, and the fact that they won't always give the card to you when you kill them, so, it's possible that you kill a co...
Summary: This is the first game after SOTN to have the Level up feature but goes back to the Whip. Im writing this review after I played all the Gameboy versions so I know its unfair but this version was alot slower than the sequels.
Summary: This game is arguably the best game on the GBA and compared to Symphony of the Night it is every bit as good. The Screen is a little dark but all screens are dark if their isn't a sufficient amount of sunlight, get a light while you are picking this game up, it is a must have.
Summary: There's something charming about Circle of the Moon. Beneath the game's simple, but effective graphics (which are best appreciated on a GBA SP, Gameboy Player, or with a miner's lamp attached to your head), beats the heart of a game so lovingly retro, it's hard to hate.
Summary: When I first got my imported GB Advance, this was the game got with it. I have always been a huge fan of Castlevainia games, from the moment I first saw Simon Belmont crackin' his whip in the original incarnation on the NES, so I was looking forward to getting my hands on Konami's latest effort.
Summary: Je vais me faire lyncher par les fanas de Dawn of Sorrow & Symphony of the Night, mais ce CV est pour moi le meilleur auquel j'ai joué ; la difficulté, la musique, les décors, tout est fait pour être plongé dans un monde gothique stylé ; je le conseille à tout fan de CV qui n'a pas encore touché à...
Summary: Premier jeu sur Game Boy Advance, ce Castlevania m'a vraiment marqué. Malgré une réalisation pas forcément exceptionnelle, le jeu regorge de bonnes idées procurant un plaisir de tous les instants.
Summary: L'un des titres à posséder sur GBA. C'est beau, c'est fluide, on saute, on frappe, on explore le tout sur de belles musiques (le genre de jeu que l'on ne voit plus vraiment). Ce titre n'a pas à pâlir devant ses prédécesseurs.