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Old 2009-03-22, 04:09   Link #1
aesthetic
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Castlevania: Order of Ecclessia

well..currently playing the game and i find it so damn hard! XD
well compared to the previous Castlevania games..
this is like on freakin' hard mode from the very beginning..
well thumbs up for the glyph system though.. i love it.. :P
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Old 2009-03-22, 09:23   Link #2
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Its indeed a little difficult compared to recent Castlevania titles, but still not as hard as the earliest titles.

Have you fought the crab? Many people gave up the game because of it lol
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Old 2009-03-22, 10:30   Link #3
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I've completed the game on Hard Mode, 1000% explored, Dracula killed without damage, thus gettin' the Dracula Medal. Actually the game is not that hard, you just have to try, and try, and try....


And try, and try and try and try and try, bash head to the desk, and try and try...
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Old 2009-03-23, 17:04   Link #4
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Actually the game is not that hard, you just have to try, and try, and try....


And try, and try and try and try and try, bash head to the desk, and try and try...
So basically you just do what you did in the other two DS Castlevania games.

I'm currently playing OoE, and it's very disappointing compared to what the other two brought to the table. It's like someone came into the development meeting and said "You know, I'm not really sure if this whole 'fun' thing is catching on. Let's get rid of some of it and just make it more difficult. Fulfillment is for losers." I also hate the save point and warp point locations.
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Old 2009-03-24, 00:33   Link #5
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dawn of sorrow was easier.. well i think the crab wasn't that hard :P
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Old 2009-03-24, 09:19   Link #6
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I think OoE is on par with SotN and DoS. PoR wasn't that good, dunno why. Maybe the music. At least OoE have the kickass Entrance music, and the one when you fight with Albus. That is awesome.
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Old 2009-03-25, 14:42   Link #7
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I love the music in this one, too. I thought the difficulty was just right. I didn't find it too hard or easy.
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