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It Takes a Belmont: The History of Castlevania

Prima Games looks back at the ups and downs -- mostly ups -- of the Castlevania franchise. (3DS, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Limited Edition, PS3, Retro, Xbox 360)

DivineAssault  +   1086d ago
i love this series.. The 2D versions are awesome & the only 3d version i liked was LOS.. Damn i wish another sprite hand drawn C game comes out again.. In HD & true 16:9
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XXXL  +   1086d ago
My favorite series. First game I ever played was castlevania 2- been hooked ever since
deno  +   1086d ago
Castlevania is gold. Us old-school gamers (and I use that loosely) know where it was at.
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Lord_Sloth  +   1086d ago
I just want them to go back to the canon. I do not care for LoS.
TheRichterBelmont  +   1086d ago
Richter ftw. ;)

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