What Gamespot Users have to say about Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse

  • Rating:9

    Grant. My dear, sweet Grant...

    Why do I love this game so much? Short answer: Grant. Long answer: Grant DaNasty. My favorite video game character, this side of one Max Payne, is found within the plastic and circuitry of this NES cartridge. Not only... Read Full Review

    1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:8

    It's like deja vu all over again.

    After the radical departure that was Castlevania II: Simon's Quest Konami made the understandable decision to return to the roots of series by re-releasing Castlevania I. Well, not quite. III is incredibly similar to I ... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:9.5

    The best castlevania on the nes.

    This is one of the best Castlevania games out there. Its always been in my personal top five of the series. But anyway, this game made alot of the fans happier by returnin to the classic gameplay style of platforming com... Read Full Review

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  • Rating:8.5

    Back to old old school with Castelvania III. A must play for any video gamer.

    As you may already know this game takes place 100 years before the events of the original Castlevania and that this is the last game made for the NES system, with this info out of the way we can continue the review at ha... Read Full Review

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  • Rating:10

    The greatest castlevania game ever created

    This time around you play as Ralph Belmondo out to stop dracula 200 years before Simons 2 encounters. You not only get to play as Ralph but also as a dwarf named Grant de nasty, Sypha Belnades, and Alucard (dracula's son... Read Full Review

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  • Rating:8

    Cursed like father, like son.

    Gameplay: 8/10 After the risky pseudo-adventure/RPG stylings of Castlevania II and the mixed reactions it received, Konami went back to the original Castlevania formula for this, the third game in the series. Less wand... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:9.2

    I'm hooked!

    When I gave the first 3 Castlevania games a shot for the first time, I was satisfied with them. (Well, 1 and 3 anyway.) But when I played the 3rd one, I was instantly hooked. The best thing is the password system. I hate... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:10

    A hard game that is also fun.

    Castlevania III Dracula's curse has said to been one of the top Castlevania games along with SOTN & Aria of sorrow. This is for the NES (nintendo entertainment system) and was released in October of 1990. Just about ... Read Full Review

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  • Rating:9

    Castlevania III scores as it returns to it's roots but explores a different path along the way!

    After Castlevania 2 everyone was expecting the worst has yet to come. On the contrary Castlevania 3 returns to its roots as the final NES installment for the series. GAMEPLAY ~ The game plays exactly like the origina... Read Full Review

    1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:9

    Best in the series, with more variety and better control response.

    The Castlevania series boils down to the standard platform game formula: upgrade your character, move through a 2D "maze"-like environment, time your jumps carefully, fight baddies, and finish off a boss to mov... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful