Summary: The only thing I didnt like about this game was that it wasnt longer. As one of the few games where you use a whip instead of a sword, this game is the perfect mix of mystery, action, and exploration. The power-ups are awesome and you can use tons of combinations of relics, orbs, weapons, and other items. Dont even get me started on the soundtrack. The best video game music on the planet. I play this game every fall because its just a perfect fit.
Summary: By it being quite a challenge, it sort of decreases the fun from the game.Regardless the graphics&the gameplay is magnificent.I hope you have this much dedication towards selling your products in the near future.
Summary: I picked up this game prior to Lords of Shadow coming out because I wanted to play every Castlevania game there was. It is a lot better than all the other 3D iterations of the series with the exception of maybe Curse of Darkness. You don't level up in Lament of Innocence but it makes sense for the type of game that it is. You need to use strategy to win and there are lot of ways you can kill your foes. Combos, Sub-Weapons, Magic and more. Overall a great game.
Summary: I love the game, personally. I suppose the layout of the arena's are a bit repetitive and tend to confuse you, but otherwise, I think it was a great game. The soundtrack for the game is simply marvelous and the characters are gorgeous. If you're thinking of buying this game, try finding the game guide or an online walkthrough. I meant, you can probably play it on your own without help, but it might prove to be tricky.
Summary: I, myself, have been a Castlevania fan for several years and felt that the pinnacle of the series was Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Considering the low quality of the past 3D Castlevania games, I expected little from this game, but hoped for the best. The game proved to be absolutley fantastic. Every facet of this game is well executed.