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Submitted by RaikRhythm 454d ago | opinion piece

Retro Review: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

oprainfall's Steve Baltimore writes:

"Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is the first Castlevania title in the series to introduce some RPG elements into the series. It was also the first to bring the Metroid style exploration into the mix. Thus, it is the game that coined the term “Metroid-Vania.” I decided for this review to pull out my old PlayStation disc copy." (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, PS Vita, PSP, Retro)

kingPoS  +   454d ago
I've still got my original scratch free PS1 copy. You know what... I think I might end up playing it this week.

[Breaths in deeply] "Nostalgia"!!!

Gateway MT6706 2008
DivineAssault  +   453d ago
10/10 for its time in my book.. & instant classic since i started the 1st stage after the intro with Ritcher

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