31 Nights of Castlevania: Castlevania II: Belmont’s Revenge

The second Game Boy outing of the franchise, Castlevania II: Belmont’s Revenge is a massively improved sequel. Taking one look at the monochrome screenshots, and it only looks like a cosmetic upgrade. However, Belmont’s Revenge improves on nearly every issue the first Game Boy game had and holds its own against the original trilogy on

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31 Nights of Castlevania: Castlevania: The Adventure

Castlevania: The Adventure holds the honor of being the first-ever handheld Castlevania game. It also holds a dubious honor; The Adventure is easily one of the weakest, entries in the series. Is there anything decent about the game? For starters, it’s another attempt at expanding the canon and universe of Castlevania. And as far as

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