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Castlevania: Lament of Innocence (2003) (VG) More at IMDbPro »Kyassuruvania (original title)

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Scant amounts if any. The Succubus boss makes romantic/sensual advances towards Leon when she first meets him. Said boss is also clad in a very revealing black leather outfit that barely covers her curves.


Plentiful amounts. Leon charges through the castle killing monsters left and right with quick and sharp strikes with the whip. Blood splatters with whip strikes against certain non-skeletal foes, with copious amounts for certain monster deaths (e.g. the Merman enemy explodes in a body-sized burst of blood), seemingly tame for an M-rated title until the player comes across the Forgotten One boss, a gigantic demon's upper torso with exposed organ that spill out gallons of dark blood upon being attacked.


Very mild; hell and damn are used the most.


None in particular.


The bulk of the game is dark, creepy, and with a good horror scheme in keeping with the franchise's inherent dark themes. Depictions of scary monsters such as the undead, ghosts, horrific demons and Death himself. The atmosphere is very dark and eerie all throughout.



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