Castlevania Judgement is a solid fighter game, and a great addition to the Castlevania franchise.

User Rating: 7.5 | Castlevania Judgment WII
Castlevania Judgement is the first fighting style Castlevania game ever to be made. There are many different modes to choose from such as Story, Versus, Arcade, Survival, and Castle. In Castle mode, you take control of one character and enter a series of doors, which lead up to the final battle of Dracula. Some doors are save points which heal your life and save your game. Castle mode is definitely the best feature in Castlevania Judgement.

One of the things that makes Castlevania Judgement so good, is that there are tons to unlock. Characters, clothing, accessories, artwork, and soundtracks from the game. Speaking of soundtracks Castlevania Judgement uses great classic Castlevania music such as Vampire Killer and Bloody Tears. You can listen to all our unlocked tracks in the Gallery, where you can also view artwork.

There are 14 characters in Castlevania Judgement. They are Simon Belmont, Alucard, Trevor Belmont, Sypha Belnades, Eric Lecarde, Maria Renard, Trevor Belmont, Grant Danasty, Carmilla, Cornell, Golem, Shanoa, Death, Dracula, and Aeon, the character who is featured in this game. The specials are one of the best parts of the game. Some of the best looking specials are Grant's Million Edge, Death's Hells Gate, both the Belmonts' Vampire Killer, and Aeon's 13th Hour Lament, which is my favorite. Fourteen characters seems a little small for a fighting game. They could've added maybe Richter Belmont, Jonathan Morris, or Charlotte from Portrait of Ruin. Some characters you'll find yourself hating, such as Carmilla, Shanoa, and Maria Renard. At points during Story mode, the dialogue is just absurd. I leave the "spoilers" for you but with some characters, you are left wishing they didn't speak at all.

There are 10 stages to choose from: the Dimensional Rift, Throne Room, Torture Chamber, Castle Gates, Chrystal Cavern, Ghost Ship, Cathedral, Alchemy Lab, Abbey Ruins, and the Clock Tower which is my favorite because the gears can fall off, leaving everyone stranded in the middle.

Castlevania Judgement was hated on by many fans for some reason. Maybe because it's a 3D roaming fighting game, or the character design, or lack of characters. But, you'll find that Castlevania Judgement is a solid game, and should be owned by anyone seeking out to find a new fighting game.