Are you a fan of Castlevania? This new PS3 action adventure game promises to take Castlevania fans to a new level of play. In this first part of the Castlevania Lords of Shadow walkthrough, get details and spoilers on the first sections of the game.
Castlevania Harmony of Despair is part classic Castlevania action, with healthy helping of Diablo style dungeon crawling. It’s a tempting concoction but is this Xbox Live Arcade Title destined for greatness, or will it leave a sour taste in your mouth? Read on to find out.
Return to the retro 16 bit gaming with Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth. All the fun and adventure and graphics and sound that made the Castlevania franchise exciting has been recaptured in this all new game. Are you good enough to explore the locations and defeat the vampires.
The final Castlevania game for the NES is now on the VC. Yeah, you can rejoice.
Castlevania Judgment is a new title for the franchise and one that provides fanatics with the look, feel and characters they fell in love with years ago. New gamers to the series will find the battles to be fun and entertaining and the presentation to be suitable for an afternoon of fun.
Evil vampires, Dracula’s Castle, and a whip-wielding descendant of the Belmont Clan – yep, all the elements for a good Castlevania game are here, and thankfully, Portrait of Ruin does not disappoint. Read on for a Castlevania review.
A family of vampires has taken up residence in Dracula’s castle, attempting to revive the vampire lord, and it’s up to you to stop their evil machinations. Fortunately, we’ve got your back with this handy Castlevania Portrait of Ruin walkthrough strategy guide.
More whipping action from Simon Belmont. This time with a curse!
Tracking down Albus, recovering the Dominus Glyph and stopping Dracula’s reign of evil is no easy task. Fortunately, we’re here to help you get started with a walkthrough that’ll take you from the start of the game through Prison Island.
Once again, Dracula is invading your Nintendo DS, but this time its up to someone other than a Belmont to stop him. Find out more in our complete review of Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia.