Castlevania: Judgment (2008)

Video Game   |  Action, Drama, Family


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A huge rift in the space time continuum has occurred, and a man named Aeon is seeking a warrior who is worthy enough to help him defeat the monster known as the Time Reaper. But what is ... See full summary »


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Directors:

A.S. Minakata , Masaru Matsumoto , Yuta Kobayashi

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22 June 2009 | atsm4000
No different from Soul Calibur, but good overall
I have bought this game around Christmas time of last year. The game is somewhat like Soul Calibur with all of the one-liners and cut scenes as well. But there is more freedom of movement and the moves are also much more easier. The characters are also good, it has a mixture of old and new characters ranging from Simon Belmont (a well known vampire hunter) to Shanoa (from Order of Ecclesia), and you can even play as Count Dracula himself. There is also a lot of features that you can unlock either by playing story mode or castle mode (which is where you have to defeat your opponent under specific conditions or with a specific item or move). Plus, every character has their own moves and even a hyper move in which your character can perform a move that can either score 99 hits or cause major damage and even defeat your opponent.


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Action | Drama | Family | Fantasy | Horror | Mystery

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Release Date:

18 November 2008

Language

English, Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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