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Castlevania: Rondo of Blood

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Game Description:

The most sought-after game in the entire Castlevania series, and the one we should’ve gotten in the first place (I hate you, Konami), Dracula X: Rondo of Blood had multiple secret stages, CD audio, awesome synth music, and animated cutscenes. And the game rocked too!

It’s Castlevania on steroids. You don’t have the multiple-direction whip from Castlevania IV, but in its place you have an item crash, which is a super attack which changes depending on your secondary weapon.

I’d write more, but I haven’t played much of it. But know that it rocks. And that the SNES version has nothing to do with this game. OK, so the SNES version is a retooling, but this is much better.