Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by VBGOD, Dec 27, 2002.
Never played that one, but the original was great.
It starts off at the last stage in Castlevania NES (the very first one). You beat Dracula, and then it fast forwards to the future. This game is a pumped up side scroller. I have the N64 Castlevania, and it's blah.
Spoken just like a person who has never played Castlevania IV on SNES.
Dude, I have that game. :OP:
ah, Yes that was another good one.
SNES version had better gameplay...you could attack things in all directions...it was just more fun. Not as sophisticated, but fun.
OK, I'll give you this: I've only played the game for 10 minutes. I'll give you a better assessment after a few days. I just have to fit it in my game schedule. Right now, Splinter Cell gets top priority.
Its just a personal favorite...
Hey Deffy, do you still have your copy of Halo from last year, or is it long gone?
Oh, and the SNES version is definitely an all-time great.
I just got Splinter Cell for Christmas. It's
You can say that again.
My pick of best games of 2002 is Splinter Cell (Xbox) and Resident Evil remake (Gamecube). Those are the only two games that evoked an emotional response. Resident Evil terrified me. Splinter Cell makes me nervous as hell.
Right now I'm still a Splinter Cell newbie (on the first level) but I can already tell it's going to be a great game. I don't think I've ever seen another game display shadows so well.
i will get that.
SOTN owns u all.
I've never played a Castlevania game.
How much? You can PM the price if you wish.
Cookies? Paypal cash? Both?
I've played both SNES Castlevania and SOTN, and i'd have to say they are equally as good. However, SOTN would probably come out on top simply because the game is damn long and takes a lot of time to complete, compared to the SNES game which can be beaten from start to finish in like 3 hours. Still, that game looked so damn good. Still does
SOTN > CV4 > all other Castlevania games
and the music is excellent
i even have the soundtrack to it
that boy herb offered tony cookies