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Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin gives the player control of two different characters. The pair – vampire hunter Jonathan Morris and Charlotte Orlean, a young girl with magical abilities – must work to thwart a plan to resurrect Dracula's Castle and unleash a reign of evil upon the unsuspecting world, all within a new World War II setting.
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin for Nintendo DS
pros: Great design, Great Music, Great graphics, challenge, variety.
cons: Pretty much identical to the past 5 Castlevania games (is that bad?)
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, Castlevania updated
The Castlevania series has been around since the days of the NES, and has seen all manner of differe... See Full Review
pros: Great game play from start to finish.
cons: Use of the stylus would of been nice.
Another great Castlevania title I enjoyed every minute of this game. Go pick this up if you haven't... See Full Review
pros: Same old familiar gameplay
cons: Same old graphics, very generic storyline, deja vu for $30
Pretty generic in gameplay, rather disappointing graphics
CPR, as this game has come to be known, is, frankly speaking, a generic game in the Castlevania seri... See Full Review
pros: As good as Symphony of the night, adding a second playable character to the mix.
cons: Leveling (and gameplay) to get stronger may get repetitive.
Old School Awesomeness.
Background Upon getting a DS, I have gotten several games for it already, and the latest purchase I... See Full Review
pros: New adventure, huge map, new skills, new stuff... All presented with plenty of style.
cons: Still no Ayami Kojima artwork. Boo.
Whip, Crack, Away!
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pros: a great castlevania game, new tag team features
cons: it still uses the same formula from the past Castlevania games.
bringing double trouble to the Count and grim reaper again
I pre order Castlevania Portrait of Ruin in order to get the Castlevania bonus pack from GameStop wh... See Full Review