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Castlevania Portrait of Ruin – DS Game

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The game is fully tested & guaranteed to work. It’s the cartridge / disc only unless otherwise specified.
Celebrating 20 years of vampire hunting action, the legendary Castlevania series is back with an all-new action packed adventure. 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. In addition to Jonathan’s weapon expertise and Charlotte’s spell-casting, both characters can utilize all-new ‘Summon’ attacks to raise demons to assist them against the Vampire sisters’ army.

PRODUCT DETAILS
UPC:083717241126
Condition:Used
Genre:Action & Adventure
Platform:Nintendo DS
Region:Region Free
ESRB:Teen
SKU:DS_CASTLEVANIA_PORTRAIT_OF_RUIN

———This game is fully cleaned, tested & working. Includes the Disc/Cartridge Only. May have some minor scratches/scuffs.This description was last updated on October 28th, 2020.

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123 reviews for Castlevania Portrait of Ruin – DS Game

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  • Ryan C. Brooks

    This game is fun- very fun- and much more streamlined than, say, the GBA Metroids. It’s probably a lot more accesible to new Castlevania players than Dawn of Sorrow, too. But for veterans, this game may be a little staler than expected- I can see how it could be, as this is definitely the same Castlevania that Konami has shown us before. The WiFi is a little strange- Boss Rush mode basically works like an arcade version of Castlevania. I understand the complexity of co-operative Castlevania, or multiplayer Castlevania in general, but there was much potential that could have been explored. Heck, 16-bit online anything is amazing. Either way, if you’ve been getting tired of Castlevania and platformers in general, may I kindly point you to many of the other more innovative titles on the DS?

    July 30, 2022
  • Jon

    I’m a huge Castlevania fan, and this one is really good (it reminds me of Symphony of the night in many aspects). Highly recommended.

    July 26, 2022
  • Nicolas Racicot

    Amazing game. I love how it’s a kind of sequel to Castlevania Bloodlines, the portraits and the inclusion of surreal artist Brauner, who really lived in the 2nd world war era. Have yet to finish it though!

    July 23, 2022
  • Hai Time

    I liked this game, it’s a platformer action RPG, which I think it is a great combination. It reminds me of the golden age of games when we saw this style a lot on the SNES.

    July 19, 2022
  • Lestor neeker Wong

    Last year’s Dawn of Sorrow was Castlevania’s first entrance into the DS library. It proved to be a hit, both in critical acclaim and sales. It isn’t a surprise, therefore, to see Konami releasing the next instalment of its popular Dracula-related series, just in time for the Christmas holidays. Portrait of Ruin isn’t exactly related to Dawn of Sorrow, but both share similar core gameplay elements. New features are included this time round as well to keep things fresh. The result is an instantly satisfying title that will go down in the books as another great Castlevania game.The story of Portrait of Ruin is set in the year 1944, during World War II. In the midst of hellish times, Dracula’s castle mysteriously reappears. Two vampire hunters, Jonathan Morris and Charlotte Aulin, join forces to investigate the occurrence. This is as simple as it gets when it comes to the game’s premise – it’s merely an excuse to get your characters to explore a huge castle again. This is not really a bad thing though, since it’s what Castlevania is all about. The interesting thing here is, you will get the chance to control BOTH Jonathan and Charlotte. This is something that is uncommon in the series.As you may have expected, both characters have different abilities – Jonathan is the powerhouse that deals high melee damages, while Charlotte is more of a magic user. Despite their differences, controlling them isn’t difficult. The basic controls are similar to Dawn of Sorrow, but you can choose to.

    July 15, 2022
  • Ivan Orozco

    castlevania is the greatest video game franchise in the universe a true classic the best of the best the castlevania franchise rocks all the castlevania games over the years are the greatest games in the universe there true classics the best of the best all the castlevania games rocks,konami is the greatest video game company in the universe there true genius’s the best of the best konami rocks all the games konami made over the years are the greatest video games in the universe there true classics the best of the best all of konami’s games rocks

    July 12, 2022

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