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Gamers have been enjoying Castlevania's eerie storylines since 1987, and the latest version of Castlevania for Game Boy Advance is one of the very best in the series. Powered by Game Boy Advance's 32-bit color graphics, Circle of the Moon looks great and sounds even better. The haunting music tracks and awesome sound effects are some of the greatest audio treats we've ever heard on a portable system. Turn down the sound on this one and you'll be losing a great deal of the gloomy atmosphere which is crucial to the Castlevania experience. Circle of the Moon relies heavily on the platform-jumping skeleton-whipping formula which led to Castlevania's initial success, but Konami has created some new gameplay elements which add to its depth. Instead of simply working your way from point A to point B in Dracula's castle, you can choose your own route through branching passageways and corridors. The gameplay is mostly linear, but you'll definitely make a few wrong turns before figuring out where you're supposed to go next.
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Castlevania CircleMoon
4.5 Star Review  IGN.com - Jun 14, 2001

We are fortunate to have Konami on our side -- sure, the company's got a ton of games in its library we'd love to see on the handheld, but the company's arguably most known for one specific series: Castlevania. And with the launch of the Game Boy Advance, we're getting one of the deepest, most satisfying titles in the Castlevania series. Though Castlevania: Circle of the Moon isn't entirely overwhelming graphically, its deep gameplay and extremely long quest more than make up for the standard imagery and graphic techniques. This is one must-have game for the new handheld.

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Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
4.5 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 17, 2008

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS rating of 3.62 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #246 game of all time, #3 game of 2001 for the Game Boy Advance and #13 Game Boy Advance game of all time. The rating and ranking is based on an average of 59 critic scores, awards and other criteria. To see a breakdown of the game ranking, read individual critic reviews, or see how other games ranked, click on the link below.

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Castlevania Cotm
4 Star Review   By member Stopper33 - Oct 12, 2005   

Strengths: Graphics sound gameplay

Weakness: Dark visuals

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon was one of the very first gba releases, rounding out the opening day lineup with an action rpg reminiscent of the previous Castlevania games. Once again another young Vampire hunter must fight and destroy the minions of Dracula. Graphically COTM is still a very good looking game despite its age. It takes hand drawn 2d graphics and doesn't shy away form it, allowing some beautiful areas and images. It must be noted that this game is very dark and will only show its full beauty on newer gba systems. Audio is as good as the visuals. Great sound effects and creepy music befitting the Castlevania name. Gameplay in COTM is very similar to other Castlevania games, old school 2d action and platforming fight hordes of undead baddies. As with the rest of the series COTM has begun to add more and more RPG elements, allowing your character build skills and enhance his powers. There is a card system in this game that lets you take cards you earn from defeating monsters and use a power the card grants. These card powers can be combined to create new powers and effects. COTM follows the great tradition the Castlevania games have set down. Great graphics and sound only enhance the solid gameplay set down by the designers. The added depth of the rpg elements and card system take the game further than a simple action game allow players to customize to enhance their play style. A very solid game even years after its release.

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One of the best GBA games out there
5 Star Review   By member swordity - Oct 1, 2005   

Strengths: graphics, music, gameplay

No bones about it, this is the de jure best GBA launch title. Great music, great graphics, great everything, from the Metroid style exploration to the boss battles and the card system. The only potential problem is it's a little hard to play on the original GBA models. GBA SP, GB Player and the Nintendo DS all play it with ease, but on the original it's a bit dark and sometimes things are hard to see.

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Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
5 Star Review   By member dago2727 - Sep 14, 2005   

Strengths: Amazing Side-Scroller

Weakness: Very Dark for GBA Screen

Circle of the Moon is another great side-scroller for the GBA, and picks up almost where Symphony of the Night left off for the PS1. Retaining all the great qualities that made the Castlevania series a hit through all these years, and then adding some new elements. The game however is very dark and this causes a problem on the dimly lit GBA screen. Anyone with a Nintendo DS should definitely play this game on it vastly superior screen. If you love Castlevania, or just side-scrollers in general, this is definitely a game you will want to pick up.

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Good game.
5 Star Review   By member WolfPac_Ite - Aug 5, 2005   

Strengths: Gameplay, graphics, sound, value.

Weakness: None.

Good 2D adventure filled with goodies. nice action, good fun, nice music, good graphics, the works. Take a shot at this one. And don't forget to check out the other Castlevania games!

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Castlevania : CotM
5 Star Review   By member galvatron2k1 - Jul 30, 2005   

Strengths: Graphics, Sound, Gameplay, Controls, Storyline

Weakness: Make sure you play it on a GBA SP or with the Gameboy Advance adapter for gamecube, this game is dark and hard to see otherwise

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon is a classic side-scrolling adventure game but adds similar gameplay aspects (i.e., magic) from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. The graphics are tremendous and look excellent on the handheld system. However, they could have made the game a little brighter so it is easier to see when using the original GBA to play. Otherwise, it may be tough to see. The music and sound effects are also excellent and so is the storyline. The controls are also excellent mapped to the GBA and feel reminiscent of the classic NES Castlevania days. Overall, the game is entertaining and challenging. I would highly recommend it!

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Finally, an Excellent Handheld Castlevania!
4 Star Review   By member DarkPaladin - Jul 13, 2005   

Strengths: Similar gameplay to Symphony of the Night, expansive gameplay, interesting subweapon system, decent graphics.

Weakness: Only decent graphics, small sprites, tedious backtracking, lack of diversity and variety in gameplay like Symphony of the Night, forgettable music.

Simply put, if you loved Symphony of the Night then Circle of the Moon will be right up your alley! It has all of the SotN / Super Metroid-style gameplay that involves heavy searching and backtracking along with some fantastic gameplay. The story is solid enough for a Castlevania game (don't expect the Great American Novel here) and, while the gameplay does get a bit stale about several hours in, at least the game lasts well over ten hours. The bonus coliseum is also quite a treat, so long as you can live through its entirety. Unfortunately, there are just a few problems with the game overall. While SotN and Super Metroid have backtracking that doesn't necessarily get tedious, Circle of the Moon has many moments where the game could certainly stand to have more teleporters or more convenient ways to move throughout the map. When it takes a good ten minutes to backtrack to a particular area, it gets quite frustrating. In addition, the small sprites, especially on the original Game Boy Advance, are quite difficult to see and may result in many unfair moments when you're fighting enemies. Sadly, one of the things I missed the most in Circle of the Moon was the lack of variety in the overall gameplay. While SotN had numerous weapons, pieces of armor, items, and other goodies, Circle of the Moon has a much smaller array of items and none of them have any of the "special attacks" as hidden treats like SotN. Finally, the lack of good music, particularly after the stunning soundtrack from Symphony of the Night, is lamentable. This won't bother most people but, just in case, it's important enough to mention. Then again, to be fair, we do have to consider that Circle of the Moon was practically a GBA-launch title, so there was only so much Konami was able to do at first. But, considering all of the work that went into this title, I'm glad it came out the way it did. If you own a GBA and liked Symphony of the Night in any way, Circle of the Moon is at least worth your time, if not your purchasing power.

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3 Star Review   By member JDreborn - May 9, 2005   

Strengths: Its Castlevania on the go.

Weakness: Level grinding and too dark for original Gameboy Advance.

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon is a 2d side-scrolling action/adventure game for Gameboy Advance. In this Castlevania you follow the adventure of Nathan Grave as he tries to rescue his master and kill off Dracula. The game plays like Castlevania: Symphony of the Night with a card system. The card system gives the hero different powers when you mix the cards up. The only problem with this system is to get the cards requires lots of killing the same monster over and over again. Another problem is that you need to do a little leveling up to get past certain points because you are too low a level to get past them. Potential downfall for people who don't like level grinding. If you own the original Gameboy Advance avoid this game. It is near impossible to play this game with out side-lighting on the GBA SP, backlighting on the GBA player or Nintendo DS. Give the game 1 star if you only own the original GBA, give the game 3 stars if you own GBA SP, DS, or GBAP and like a good Castlevania game, or give the game 4 stars if you are a fan of Castlevania series.

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5 Star Review   By member mkelehan - Apr 29, 2005   

Strengths: Lots of fun and challenge.

Weakness: Hard to see on original GBA.

When Nintendo launched the GBA, they had F-Zero and Super Mario Advance, which were certainly fun... but the best launch game had to be Konami's Castlevania: Circle of the Moon. Of course, its dark colors made it impossible to play on the ol' GBA, and so it couldn't be fully enjoyed until now. The game, like most modern CVs, is a free-roaming exploration game taking place in Dracula's monstrous castle. There are items to get, spells to cast, and a whole load of enemies to kill. If you've played any other modern CV, you know what to expect here. Just don't expect it to be as easy as the others; this is probably the hardest modern CV available, even when you can see it. The music is among the best the system has to offer. If you have an old style GBA, don't bother with this. You'll have to spend all the time in your bathroom or with a floodlight pointed at the screen to enjoy it. If you have a DS, SP, or GBP, though, it comes highly recommended.

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5 Star Review   By member FOnewearl - Apr 22, 2005   

Strengths: Free form to the games means you can explore around the caslte as you like, good control, nice atmosphere (as always with Castlevania games), good control

Weakness: Dark Graphics means hard to see on GameBoy Advance (as apposed to GameBoy Advance SP), some of the harder bosses may be too much for casual gamers

The first Castlevania for the GameBoy Advance & it take after the the very successful Castlevania: Symphony of the Night on Playstation. One thing I really liked about this Castlevania was that after you beat the game you had incentive to play though the game again which adds alot of reply. Only thing I didn't like about the game personally is that it's very tough to clearly see what's happening around you on the old GBA systems with no light (unlike the GBA SP) with the dark backround color schemes all over the game.

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4 Star Review   By member vherub - Feb 26, 2005   

Strengths: Up there with any of the great 2d castlevanias.

Weakness: Dark, very difficult to see without backlight. Levels not as well laid out as later gba side scrollers.

The GBA has been fortunate to embody the spirit of the great snes side scrollers. Jump, slash, collect items, fight bosses- it is all here. Really the only difference in this case is the portability. Circle of the Moon has since been eclipsed by the later Castlevania games, but certainly holds its own. The music is solid, the gameplay is flawless and the world is large. The only main flaw is this was designed without attention to color palettes that are not always very visible onscreen. The darkness of the game prohibits almost any indoor play without backlighting. A minor quibble now that the sp version of the gba has become the de facto system, but this may be troubling if you have the original gba. A more minor flaw in the game structure itself is that the level layouts are not as well coordinated as other games have shown them (the Metroid games for example). This results in more backtracking than necessary and can be frustrating as enemies re-spawn every time you exit a room. Overall, if the last Castlevania game you enjoyed was on the Playstation, or before that the Snes, Circle of the Moon is the perfect continuation.

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Gamers have been enjoying Castlevania's eerie storylines since 1987, and the latest version of Castlevania for Game Boy Advance is one of the very best in the series. Powered by Game Boy Advance's 32-bit color graphics, Circle of the Moon looks great and sounds even better. The haunting music tracks and awesome sound effects are some of the greatest audio treats we've ever heard on a portable system. Turn down the sound on this one and you'll be losing a great deal of the gloomy atmosphere which is crucial to the Castlevania experience. Circle of the Moon relies heavily on the platform-jumping skeleton-whipping formula which led to Castlevania's initial success, but Konami has created some new gameplay elements which add to its depth. Instead of simply working your way from point A to point B in Dracula's castle, you can choose your own route through branching passageways and corridors. The gameplay is mostly linear, but you'll definitely make a few wrong turns before figuring out where you're supposed to go next.
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ESRB Rating T (Teen)
Game Genre Action/Adventure
Summary
Product Title Rare Display Box Only No Game F-zero Maximum Velocity Nintendo Gameboy Advance
Manufacturer Konami
Lowest Price $79.95 from Amazon.com Marketplace
Power Score 4.6 | 12 Reviews
General
Release Date: 2003-9-19
URL: Manufacturer Link
Network Compatible: No
Additional Specifications
Simultaneous Multiplayer Mode: No
Category: Playstation Action
Class: Game Boy Advance
Uses Memory Card?: Yes
Parent Retsku: B00005BJ9G
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Castlevania CircleMoon
4.5 Star Review  IGN.com - Jun 14, 2001

We are fortunate to have Konami on our side -- sure, the company's got a ton of games in its library we'd love to see on the handheld, but the company's arguably most known for one specific series: Castlevania. And with the launch of the Game Boy Advance, we're getting one of the deepest, most satisfying titles in the Castlevania series. Though Castlevania: Circle of the Moon isn't entirely overwhelming graphically, its deep gameplay and extremely long quest more than make up for the standard imagery and graphic techniques. This is one must-have game for the new handheld.

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Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
4.5 Star Review  TopTenREVIEWS.com - Mar 17, 2008

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon receives an overall TopTenREVIEWS rating of 3.62 out of 4.00. It is ranked the #246 game of all time, #3 game of 2001 for the Game Boy Advance and #13 Game Boy Advance game of all time. The rating and ranking is based on an average of 59 critic scores, awards and other criteria. To see a breakdown of the game ranking, read individual critic reviews, or see how other games ranked, click on the link below.

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User Reviews
Castlevania Cotm
4 Star Review   By member Stopper33 - Oct 12, 2005   

Strengths: Graphics sound gameplay

Weakness: Dark visuals

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon was one of the very first gba releases, rounding out the opening day lineup with an action rpg reminiscent of the previous Castlevania games. Once again another young Vampire hunter must fight and destroy the minions of Dracula. Graphically COTM is still a very good looking game despite its age. It takes hand drawn 2d graphics and doesn't shy away form it, allowing some beautiful areas and images. It must be noted that this game is very dark and will only show its full beauty on newer gba systems. Audio is as good as the visuals. Great sound effects and creepy music befitting the Castlevania name. Gameplay in COTM is very similar to other Castlevania games, old school 2d action and platforming fight hordes of undead baddies. As with the rest of the series COTM has begun to add more and more RPG elements, allowing your character build skills and enhance his powers. There is a card system in this game that lets you take cards you earn from defeating monsters and use a power the card grants. These card powers can be combined to create new powers and effects. COTM follows the great tradition the Castlevania games have set down. Great graphics and sound only enhance the solid gameplay set down by the designers. The added depth of the rpg elements and card system take the game further than a simple action game allow players to customize to enhance their play style. A very solid game even years after its release.

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One of the best GBA games out there
5 Star Review   By member swordity - Oct 1, 2005   

Strengths: graphics, music, gameplay

No bones about it, this is the de jure best GBA launch title. Great music, great graphics, great everything, from the Metroid style exploration to the boss battles and the card system. The only potential problem is it's a little hard to play on the original GBA models. GBA SP, GB Player and the Nintendo DS all play it with ease, but on the original it's a bit dark and sometimes things are hard to see.

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Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
5 Star Review   By member dago2727 - Sep 14, 2005   

Strengths: Amazing Side-Scroller

Weakness: Very Dark for GBA Screen

Circle of the Moon is another great side-scroller for the GBA, and picks up almost where Symphony of the Night left off for the PS1. Retaining all the great qualities that made the Castlevania series a hit through all these years, and then adding some new elements. The game however is very dark and this causes a problem on the dimly lit GBA screen. Anyone with a Nintendo DS should definitely play this game on it vastly superior screen. If you love Castlevania, or just side-scrollers in general, this is definitely a game you will want to pick up.

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Good game.
5 Star Review   By member WolfPac_Ite - Aug 5, 2005   

Strengths: Gameplay, graphics, sound, value.

Weakness: None.

Good 2D adventure filled with goodies. nice action, good fun, nice music, good graphics, the works. Take a shot at this one. And don't forget to check out the other Castlevania games!

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Castlevania : CotM
5 Star Review   By member galvatron2k1 - Jul 30, 2005   

Strengths: Graphics, Sound, Gameplay, Controls, Storyline

Weakness: Make sure you play it on a GBA SP or with the Gameboy Advance adapter for gamecube, this game is dark and hard to see otherwise

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon is a classic side-scrolling adventure game but adds similar gameplay aspects (i.e., magic) from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. The graphics are tremendous and look excellent on the handheld system. However, they could have made the game a little brighter so it is easier to see when using the original GBA to play. Otherwise, it may be tough to see. The music and sound effects are also excellent and so is the storyline. The controls are also excellent mapped to the GBA and feel reminiscent of the classic NES Castlevania days. Overall, the game is entertaining and challenging. I would highly recommend it!

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Finally, an Excellent Handheld Castlevania!
4 Star Review   By member DarkPaladin - Jul 13, 2005   

Strengths: Similar gameplay to Symphony of the Night, expansive gameplay, interesting subweapon system, decent graphics.

Weakness: Only decent graphics, small sprites, tedious backtracking, lack of diversity and variety in gameplay like Symphony of the Night, forgettable music.

Simply put, if you loved Symphony of the Night then Circle of the Moon will be right up your alley! It has all of the SotN / Super Metroid-style gameplay that involves heavy searching and backtracking along with some fantastic gameplay. The story is solid enough for a Castlevania game (don't expect the Great American Novel here) and, while the gameplay does get a bit stale about several hours in, at least the game lasts well over ten hours. The bonus coliseum is also quite a treat, so long as you can live through its entirety. Unfortunately, there are just a few problems with the game overall. While SotN and Super Metroid have backtracking that doesn't necessarily get tedious, Circle of the Moon has many moments where the game could certainly stand to have more teleporters or more convenient ways to move throughout the map. When it takes a good ten minutes to backtrack to a particular area, it gets quite frustrating. In addition, the small sprites, especially on the original Game Boy Advance, are quite difficult to see and may result in many unfair moments when you're fighting enemies. Sadly, one of the things I missed the most in Circle of the Moon was the lack of variety in the overall gameplay. While SotN had numerous weapons, pieces of armor, items, and other goodies, Circle of the Moon has a much smaller array of items and none of them have any of the "special attacks" as hidden treats like SotN. Finally, the lack of good music, particularly after the stunning soundtrack from Symphony of the Night, is lamentable. This won't bother most people but, just in case, it's important enough to mention. Then again, to be fair, we do have to consider that Circle of the Moon was practically a GBA-launch title, so there was only so much Konami was able to do at first. But, considering all of the work that went into this title, I'm glad it came out the way it did. If you own a GBA and liked Symphony of the Night in any way, Circle of the Moon is at least worth your time, if not your purchasing power.

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3 Star Review   By member JDreborn - May 9, 2005   

Strengths: Its Castlevania on the go.

Weakness: Level grinding and too dark for original Gameboy Advance.

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon is a 2d side-scrolling action/adventure game for Gameboy Advance. In this Castlevania you follow the adventure of Nathan Grave as he tries to rescue his master and kill off Dracula. The game plays like Castlevania: Symphony of the Night with a card system. The card system gives the hero different powers when you mix the cards up. The only problem with this system is to get the cards requires lots of killing the same monster over and over again. Another problem is that you need to do a little leveling up to get past certain points because you are too low a level to get past them. Potential downfall for people who don't like level grinding. If you own the original Gameboy Advance avoid this game. It is near impossible to play this game with out side-lighting on the GBA SP, backlighting on the GBA player or Nintendo DS. Give the game 1 star if you only own the original GBA, give the game 3 stars if you own GBA SP, DS, or GBAP and like a good Castlevania game, or give the game 4 stars if you are a fan of Castlevania series.

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5 Star Review   By member mkelehan - Apr 29, 2005   

Strengths: Lots of fun and challenge.

Weakness: Hard to see on original GBA.

When Nintendo launched the GBA, they had F-Zero and Super Mario Advance, which were certainly fun... but the best launch game had to be Konami's Castlevania: Circle of the Moon. Of course, its dark colors made it impossible to play on the ol' GBA, and so it couldn't be fully enjoyed until now. The game, like most modern CVs, is a free-roaming exploration game taking place in Dracula's monstrous castle. There are items to get, spells to cast, and a whole load of enemies to kill. If you've played any other modern CV, you know what to expect here. Just don't expect it to be as easy as the others; this is probably the hardest modern CV available, even when you can see it. The music is among the best the system has to offer. If you have an old style GBA, don't bother with this. You'll have to spend all the time in your bathroom or with a floodlight pointed at the screen to enjoy it. If you have a DS, SP, or GBP, though, it comes highly recommended.

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5 Star Review   By member FOnewearl - Apr 22, 2005   

Strengths: Free form to the games means you can explore around the caslte as you like, good control, nice atmosphere (as always with Castlevania games), good control

Weakness: Dark Graphics means hard to see on GameBoy Advance (as apposed to GameBoy Advance SP), some of the harder bosses may be too much for casual gamers

The first Castlevania for the GameBoy Advance & it take after the the very successful Castlevania: Symphony of the Night on Playstation. One thing I really liked about this Castlevania was that after you beat the game you had incentive to play though the game again which adds alot of reply. Only thing I didn't like about the game personally is that it's very tough to clearly see what's happening around you on the old GBA systems with no light (unlike the GBA SP) with the dark backround color schemes all over the game.

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4 Star Review   By member vherub - Feb 26, 2005   

Strengths: Up there with any of the great 2d castlevanias.

Weakness: Dark, very difficult to see without backlight. Levels not as well laid out as later gba side scrollers.

The GBA has been fortunate to embody the spirit of the great snes side scrollers. Jump, slash, collect items, fight bosses- it is all here. Really the only difference in this case is the portability. Circle of the Moon has since been eclipsed by the later Castlevania games, but certainly holds its own. The music is solid, the gameplay is flawless and the world is large. The only main flaw is this was designed without attention to color palettes that are not always very visible onscreen. The darkness of the game prohibits almost any indoor play without backlighting. A minor quibble now that the sp version of the gba has become the de facto system, but this may be troubling if you have the original gba. A more minor flaw in the game structure itself is that the level layouts are not as well coordinated as other games have shown them (the Metroid games for example). This results in more backtracking than necessary and can be frustrating as enemies re-spawn every time you exit a room. Overall, if the last Castlevania game you enjoyed was on the Playstation, or before that the Snes, Circle of the Moon is the perfect continuation.

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