Reviews and Problems with Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
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Awesome Game Play
11 April 2013
Summary: Great Game, love playing it. Good challenge, lots of hours of game play. Plays Like Symphony of the Night. Classic Gameplay. Smooth controls, Great music and sound. Great action/adventure platformer with Role-Playing Aspects to it.
Get your whip in gear. Vanquish the vamps. Great Music. Classic game.
5 July 2011
Summary: Classic gaming for the GBA. The first of 3 true GBA series. Very refined, traditional gaming. The music & sound is excellent & really sets the tone for exploring the castle. Lots of exploring & action. The card system gives lots of customization of how you want to plan your attack.
Summary: had a friend who likes the game found it got it great deal a++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Summary: Castlevania: Circle of the Moon is a challanging yet fun game. One of Dracula's followers, Camillia, has resurrected Dracula and you are Nathan, trying to save your master from Dracula's grasp. At the same time your trying to find him, you have a rivary of a jealous 'friend' named Hugh. Positives of game: Challanging Fun HUGE map Unique bosses Good story line I love this game!
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. A Castlevania game that doesn't become unworthy of one of the best action-platform series in the world.
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 concrete kind of enemy which has the card and then he gives you another item, and it's possible that it happens many times. Of course you don't know what kind of enemies have th...
Summary: This game is great for those gamers looking for the challenge of games from the old days! Its incredibly challenging and very long. Not one of my favorite games in the series, but definitely a cut above the rest out there. You won't be disappointed with this one.
Summary: This is one of the newer installments in the castlevania series, where your gameplay takes on a more Rpg role. you level up and become stronger, and you explore an entire castle with secrets etc. Not a "keeping moving in one direction and you cant return to the previous screen castlevania (not that that bad or anything)" A game castlevania fans would surely enjoy.
Summary: This game brings back many of the fun elements of Symphony of the Night, but since this is on a hand held the game is hard to see unless you have an SP or are playing with a gameboy player. This game doesn't fit into the Castlevania sanctioned story either so unless you are a big fan I would recommend Aria of Sorrow more then this game.
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. Although a good game and a definate buy for all Castlevania fans, just make sure you play it BEFORE the other ones or you might be dissapointed.