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Castlevania: The Adventure Rebirth
Game Over Online
12 January 2015
Excerpt: First released on the original Game Boy in 1989, Castlevania: The Adventure has returned two decades later with a re-imagined level layout, some gameplay upgrades, and a far more impressive color palette.
Excerpt: Konami beckons you back to basics. They've taken a break from the Metroid build and revived the retro structure with Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth . It's not only structure that returns. There's something in the quality of the music that stirs memories of pumping quarters into Vs.
Excerpt: Konami continues to successfully deliver new installments of their Rebirth series with Castlevania the Adventure Rebirth for the WiiWare. Although the new episode still shares the old ‘Castlevania Adventure’ moto from the 1989 Gameboy release, it’s really a new game of the ‘Vampire Hunter’ saga, and...
Conclusion: Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth is one of the best retro games I can ever remember playing. Some gamers might find it to be too short or too antiquated, but it definitely holds its own when compared to the old games that established the series.
Excerpt: The Castlevania series is a franchise that has struggled with an identity crisis. The first Castlevania introduced the world to a gothic side-scrolling adventure. The sequel, Simon’s Quest , introduced RPG elements and tried to vary the formula.
Excerpt: Castlevania ReBirth is a good game that definitively answers the age old question: why do all of the recent Castlevania games resemble Super Metroid ? Play through this WiiWare release and you'll know soon enough.
Excerpt: o weapon is as satisfying to use against hordes of flea-men as the whip. I shun any is not a game I shun. If anything, the game shuns me. It punishes, provokes, and tells me I'm not worthy; that my childhood reflexes have dried up. All I can do is prove that I am no quitter.
Review: Castlevania the Adventure: ReBirth (WiiWare)
5 January 2010
Excerpt: Back on December 27th, 1989, a game was released for the Nintendo Game Boy called Castlevania: The Adventure . This 2-D platformer was not only the first Castlevania game for the black and white portable system, but was also considered one of the toughest Castlevania games ever made, even though it...