31 Nights of Castlevania: Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance

Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance is the second Game Boy Advance title and one that follows the Metroidvania format once again. Improving here and there on Circle of the Moon’s minor setbacks, Harmony of Dissonance proves that lightning can strike three times. Although, this time around, the overall package might come off as underwhelming. Castlevania: Harmony

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31 Nights of Castlevania: Castlevania Chronicles

Castlevania Chronicles is a port of Japanese home computer version of the game Akumanjo Dracula (translated: Devil’s Castle Dracula). The Japanese original was released in 1993, and the Chronicles version was released in 2000. It was also Konami’s second Castlevania game on the PlayStation. Chronicles is, in essence, another remake of the NES original. The

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31 Nights of Castlevania: Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness

After Konami honestly tried with the N64, they swung again with Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness. You know how Skyrim has a ton of mods that make the game an overall better experience? Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness might as well be called Castlevania 64, But With Mods. Gameplay is completely switched around and fits the 3D

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