Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow Review
Aria of Sorrow will be familiar territory for fans of this long-standing series, but they'll love it anyway, and so will anyone looking for a great GBA action game.
Pros: -Action platform game with RPG elements seamlessly integrated -Difficulty guides you to areas where you belong -Three ending possibilities -Tons of weapons, accessories, and armor combinations -Large environm... Read Full Review3 of 4 users found the following review helpful
Fans like me have been complaining a lot about Castlevania going downhill after the incredible series of cult classics of the 1990's, culmnitating with the much acclaimed Rondo on NEC and Symphony on PS1. Since then, ... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
When Aria of Sorrow came out in 2003 i didn't pick it up, because i played "Harmony of Dissonance" the year before and "Circle of the Moon" the year before that and it seemed there was a new Castlevania game each year. A... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
This is a review of Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow for the GBA. Now let me get one thing clear! I bought the Double Pack Cartridge which has this game and "Harmony of Dissonance". So the reason why I'm not reviewing the Do... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Some people remember the linear Castlevania games. The games that had a simple objective: Go through all the stages, beat the bosses, and fight Dracula. Everyone loved these games, but everything changed when Castlevania... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
To begin with, let me tell you how this game ruined my life. At age 5 or six (yes, five or six) I bought this game at my local Toys-R-Us. I had recognized the logo from the excellent, excellent Super Castlevania Four, An... Read Full Review1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
I love it! What can I say? That it was good? No! That it was great? No! In fact, it was the best damn game ever made in the series for GBA. If you don't agree, well that's just a matter of each individual's opinion. W... Read Full Review0 of 2 users found the following review helpful
I first experienced castlevania when I was a young lad playing the Sega Genesis in my dads room, and it was always a game I played when I saw it on Sega Channel (a game network that you paid a monthly fee for and in exch... Read Full Review0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
This is an instant classic to a hardcore Castlevania fan.This game is not easy, and it's not hard.This is the first game to let you play as someone else.You have two characters to choose,Soma Cruz and Julius Belmont. The... Read Full Review0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
The first two Castlevania games for the Gameboy Advance were really well done but still had a number of nagging problems. Circle of the Moon did a great job on proving that the RPG/Action Platformer style of Symphony of ... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Many reviewers prefer Circle of the Moon, or Symphony of the Night. Sure, the latter was amazing, and probably overall the best Castlevania game up to date. But this game is MUCH better than most Castlevania games, and I... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
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