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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by T-hug, Jan 14, 2006.
best 2 in 1 release!
very much is indeed...
would this work the same way with Dawn of sorrow.. that special item you get?
only 128 Mbit? that rocks
*edit* dur coulda swore they were originally 128.. oh well
still a great 2in1!
WOW!!! Four castles for much less than the price of one!! good'nuf!
(you had to have played through both these carts to get the meaning)
...I wonder if "Circle of the Moon" & "Classic Castlevania" 2-in-1 will be just right around the corner?
What are you talking about? Sure, Harmony of Dissonance have two castles but Aria of Sorrow only have one.
Symphony of the Night was the only other Castlevania game with two castles.
That is one Good '2 in 1'
The best so far by a long shot.
Anyone who hasnt played those games should get this one.
I thought that Circle of the Moon was better than Harmony of Dissonance IMO it should be there instead. But Aria of Sorrow is a kick-arse game for sure.
Any GBA players who haven't played these hurry up and get em' inda ya!
Since Iga hates everything he didn't do (and officially wiped CotM from Canon) you'll never (maybe not never, but seriously unlikely) see that game given a re-release. Which is a shame because it was a throwback (exploration wise to SotN) and IMHO the 2nd best GBA CV game
(the only draw back to me was the massive leveling you had to do to beat it, that was tedious)
He needs to remake or do a new game based off of CV2 Simon's Quest (what I mean is the non linear exploration aspect and huge game world) which to me is the best NES era CV game (I don't care much for Dracula's Curse, because it was a step back from the explore on your own that was set up brillantly in CV2)
I played it twice, and thus there were "two castles"
(...once as Cruz and again as Julius Belmont)
A couple of great games in this pack, although they're a little too difficult for my humble self!