Summary: Castlevania is a 5 star game however this "Limited Edition" is a rip off. A couple crummy 4x6 images attached to the gamebox is an artbook? Come on Konami! I expected better, look at the artbooks that come with games like starcraft or mass effect, REAL BOOKS. This is a sham.
Summary: I won't bore you with a long winded review. Simply put, this game has a great opening sequence of gameplay, but it quickly becomes stale - as the gameplay is repetitive and the atmosphere boring.
Summary: I got this at Christmas and have playing it on and off since. My aim was to try and like it and to see if it actually offered anything different from mashing the square and triangle keys and then dying a hundred times while you learned the correct sequence of moves to beat a Boss.
Summary: Well, this was certainly a badly judged game. Taking the simplicity of the primarily 2D Castlevania series and transplanting it into a 3D game world has never ended well in the past, and on this occasion, the end result is again not exactly a rousing success, because while Lords of Shadow is...
Summary: After pre-ordering Castlevania for the PS3 and playing it for the first few times, I found it to be a disappointment. Whilst the game looks brilliant graphically, it is a very hash and slash game (which I wasn't too bothered about).
Summary: Have you ever been to a market stall that sells imported pirated toys? You know the ones, Spiderman Helicopters and Batman guns and Hulk parachutes. All poorly made with hilarious packaging. Well, that's what Castlevania is. A knock-off of much better and original titles.
Summary: Once again, I have believed the reviews in Official Playstation magazine. I bought this title after their 9/10 review and I wish that I had saved my money. It seems to me that games are scored more on their pretty graphics now than on the depth of game play.